The visitor can take back all articles brought in by him.
In addition, he can take out the following purchased in
India: (a) Souvenirs (including Indian silk, wool, handicrafts,
etc.) without any limit; (b) gold jewellery and silverware
up to Rs.100,000 in value. Export of most wildlife products
is prohibited or strictly regulated. Therefore avoid buying
anything made of ivory, reptile skin, tortoise shells
and any part of wild animals.
The visitor is free to take all the articles, which he/she
brought at the time of his arrival. The visitor can take
several other things that he/she purchased from India.
There are certain limits against some of these things.
Any quantity of Souvenirs including Indian silk, wool,
handicrafts, etc. can be exported. Jewellery including
gold, silver, etc.can be exported up to the net worth
of Rs. 1,00,000.
However one cannot export most of the wildlife products
as these are strictly prohibited in all parts of India
including Delhi. There fore, its better to avoid purchasing
products made from any part of wild animals to prevent
yourself from any hassle at the airport.
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