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Embassy of the Republic of India in Beijing

Ambassador:  H.E. Mr. Subramanyam Jaishankar
Address: No. 1, Ri Tan Dong Road, Chaoyang District
Postal Code: 100600
Tel: (+86)10 6532 1908 (24-hour manned service for English/Hindi speakers)
      (+86)10 6532 1856 (during office hours only for English/Chinese speakers)
Fax: (+86)10 6532 4684
Office Hours: 08:30-17:30, Monday-Friday (except public holidays)
Email: webmaster@indianembassy.org.cn (for Comments & Feedback)
Website: http://www.indianembassy.org.cn/

Consular Office
Tel: (+86)10 6532 1908 ext. 25
Email: visa@indianembassy.org.cn
Office Hours:
09:00-11:30 during working days, for Passport/Visa Application & Documents for Certification.
09:00-10:00 during working days, for collecting Passport/Visa.
15:00-16:00 during working days, for delivery Passport, Visa or certificated documents.

Commercial Office
(For commercial matters related to economy, trade and investment information)
Tel: (+86)10 6532 0482
E-mail: sscom@indianembassy.org.cn

Press Office
For Information and Culture
Tel: (+86)10 6532 4574
E-mail: fsic.beijing@gmail.com

For General Information
Tel: (+86)10 6532 1908 ext. 37
E-mail: info@indianembassy.org.cn

If your passports are lost, stolen or damaged, what can they do?
1. Immediately report this matter to a police station or public security close to you to obtain an official report of passport loss.
2. Apply for a Duplicate Passport as soon as possible from Indian embassy in Beijing or consulate in Hong Kong and Shanghai.
3. Provide the following papers: 1) the official police report about loss of passport. 2) Photocopy of the lost passport if you have one. If not, particular details about it should be offered. 3) A written application describing the occasion on which the passport is lost. 4) Four recently taken colored photos in passport standard. 5) A properly filled-in Application Form No. EAP-I.

Note: The Duplicate Passport is only issued when embassy receives the Confirmation Receipt from the concerned Regional Passport Office in India.

Passport Fees (w.e.f. April 1, 2002)

Types of Passport Fees
Duplicate Passport for Lost/Stolen/Damaged Passports RMB 1035 (Passport with 36 pages)
RMB 1160(Passport with 60 pages)
New Passport RMB 335 (Passport with 36 pages)
RMB 415 (Passport with 60 pages)
RMB 210 (New Passport with 36 pages for applicants of 18 ages with a maximum validity of five years)
Additional Booklets RMB 170 (Passport with 36 pages)
RMB 210 (Passport with 60 pages)
Other Services RMB 85 (Additional Endorsement & Other Miscellaneous services)
RMB 45 (Emergency Certificate)
RMB 210 (Duplicate Emergency Certificate)

Public Holidays in 2016:
Date Day Holiday
January 1 Friday New Year's Day
January 15 Friday Pongal
January 26 Tuesday Republic Day
February 8 Monday Chinese New Year
March 24 Thursday Holi
March 25 Friday Good Friday
April 4 Monday Tomb Sweeping Day
May 21 Saturday Budh Purnima
July 6 Wednesday Idu'l Fitr *
August 15 Monday Indian Independence Day
September 12 Monday Eid-ul-Zuha (Bakrid) *
September 15 Thursday Mid-Autumn Festival
October 2 Sunday Mahatma Gandhi's Birthday
October 11 Tuesday Dussehra
October 30 Sunday Diwali
November 14 Monday Guru Nanak's Birthday
December 25 Sunday Christmas Day
Note: * Subject to change due to sighting of moon.

 Consulate General of the Republic of India in Shanghai

Address: Room 1008, Shanghai International Trade Center, No.2201 Yan'an West Road, Shanghai
Tel: (+86)21 6275 8885
Fax: (+86)21 6275 8881
E-mail: cgisha@public.sta.net.cn
Website: http://www.indianconsulate.org.cn
Consular Districts: Shanghai, Zhejiang Province, Jiangsu Province

 Consulate General of the Republic of India in Guangzhou

Address: 1-4 Units, 14th Floor, Skyframe Tower,  8 Lin He Zhong Road, Guangzhou
Tel: (+86)20 8550 1501, 8550 1502, 8550 1503,8550 1504, 8550 1505
Fax: (+86)20 8550 1510
Consular Districts: Guangdong, Fujian, Hunan, Hainan, Yunnan, Sichuan, Guangxi

 Please contact China Embassy in India if Indians will go to China.