Bhansar Permit to India from Nepal
Bhansar Permit to India from Nepal: Today I have brought information for you on “How to make Bhansar Permit to visit Nepal”.
Friends, you all must know that Nepal is a neighboring country of India, where Indian people do not need a visa and passport to go, but Indian people, who are going to visit Nepal with their bike or car to cross the Nepal border, a permit has to be made, which is known as Bhansar permit.
In today’s post, I am only going to tell about the Bhansar permit, and how you can get this permit made and cross the Nepal border.
If you are an Indian and you are planning to go on a Nepal trip, then you will have to make a permit to cross the Nepal border, which is known as the Bhansar permit, but you will have to make this permit only when you Going to Nepal by vehicle.
If this permit is not with you, then you cannot cross the Nepal border.
What is Bhansar Permit?
When a person from India enters his vehicle into the border of Nepal country, then for that person a permit has to be made, which is known as a Bhansar permit.
Why does Bhansar permit have to be made?
Friends, there is such a rule in the country of Nepal that whenever an Indian vehicle (I do not know about other countries) will cross the border of Nepal and enter the country of Nepal, then the driver of that vehicle has to take his vehicle to Nepal.
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For this, it is necessary to get a Bhansar permit, only then the Indian vehicle will be able to go to different areas of Nepal while entering the border of Nepal country.
Do Indian tourists without a vehicle have to get a Bhansar permit to cross the Nepal border?
No, if you go to Nepal by bus, train, flight or taxi, etc., and from there go to Nepal via Nepali bus or taxi, then you will not have to get a Bhansar permit for that. Bhansar’s permit has to be made only for visiting Nepal by Indian vehicles.
Where is Bhansar’s permit made?
This permit is made between India and Nepal border. When two neighboring countries are connected by road, some space is left between the borders of the two countries and neither of the two countries has the right to that place. Bhansar’s permit is made in this empty space only.
Note:- The empty space between the two gates of the India and Nepal border is called Dus Gaja.
What are the documents required to get a Bhansar permit?
If you are going on a Nepal trip with your bike, then you should have Driving License (DL), Vehicle Registration Certificate (RC), insurance (insurance), and some 8-10 passport-size photos, because these documents are required.
After getting the Bhansar permit, you can easily cross the Nepal border and complete the Nepal trip. To get a Bhansar permit, along with all these documents, you should also keep your Aadhaar card, etc. with you.
How does the Bhansar Permit Work?
Indian tourists who get a Bhansar permits first have to decide how many days they want to visit Nepal because a Bhansar permit is made according to your Nepal trip plan.
Suppose you are planning to visit Nepal for 6 days, then to get a Bhansar permit you have to tell authorities that, you have to visit Nepal for 6 days and after that, you will return to India.
As soon as you talk about roaming in Nepal for 6 days, that means your Bhansar permit will be made for 6 days. For the Bhansar permit which is required to travel in Nepal by bike, car, or any other vehicle, while making that permit, you have to pay on daily basis, only then your Bhansar permit will be made.
There is a different charge for all vehicles for getting a Bhansar permit, which is explained in detail in the table below.
How much money does it cost for Indian vehicles to get a Bhansar permit?
The price of a bike, car, taxi, jeep, bus, and truck as well as other vehicles for getting a Bhansar permit varies, which you can see in the table below.
|for one day (in Nepali ₹)
|for one day (in INR)
|Bike & Scooty
|Car, Jeep, Bhayan, Bus, Mini Bus, and Ambulance
|Tempo (3 Wheeler)
|Tractor With Trolley
|Trucks, Pickups, and Mini Trucks
Table of charges for one day for getting Bhansar permit of Indian vehicles.
Suppose you are planning to go on a trip to Nepal with your bike and you want to return to India after visiting some places in Nepal only for a day, then to get a one-day Bhansar permit for your bike, you will need Rs. 150 (Nepali ₹) will have to be paid.
On the other hand, if you get a Bhansar permit for your bike for 7 days, then you will have to pay ₹ 1000 (Nepali ₹) to get a Bhansar permit for 7 days.
If you want to go on a Nepal trip by car or any other vehicle other than your bike, you will have to pay according to the list mentioned above to get a Bhansar permit.
1. If you get your Bhansar permit done through an agent, then you will have to pay ₹ 200 separately to that agent. If you have any problem getting a Bhansar permit by yourself, then you can get your Bhansar permit done through an agent.
In ₹ 100 only, the agent will get your Indian Rupee changed into Nepali Rupee as well as get Nepali SIM done.
2. Let me tell you again that if you reach Nepal border by taxi, bus, or other means and go to visit Nepal by Nepali bus or taxi, etc., not by your own car, then For that you will not need to make Bhansar permit, because Bhansar permit is made only and only for your vehicle, by which you go to visit Nepal.
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