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I will be taking two iPads (one iPad Air and one iPad Mini) to India from the USA. One of them I bought in India (I have the receipt) and one I bought while in the US. I am not carrying a laptop with me.

I am also carrying two Apple TV with me, inside my checked in luggage and maybe couple wristwatches as well.

Will there be any problem with customs in India?

marked as duplicate by jpatokal, Dirty-flow, Mark Mayo, Andrew Ferrier, Vince Nov 20 '14 at 20:49

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    So you're trying to avoid paying taxes on something bought overseas? – Mark Mayo Nov 20 '14 at 3:15
  • No, he's asking how much duty, if any, is payable. – jpatokal Nov 20 '14 at 7:19
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    @jpatokal not from his question - he's asking if there's any problems... – Mark Mayo Nov 20 '14 at 9:26
  • I have a similar question. I read the document at cbec.gov.in/trvler-guide_ason11June2014.pdf . But I'm still confused. I'll carry two used laptops (more than 6 months old) with me. Would they be included in the 75,000 limit (for professionals) or not ? – UnadulteratedImagination Nov 21 '14 at 7:50
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As long as you declare everything you bought overseas and/or cannot produce evidence they were purchased in India, you won't have a problem. Note, however, you will probably owe import duty & taxes for those items you take home that didn't originate there.

For an example of what you may expect to pay, you could try this calculation page.

Also note that putting some of the items in your checked in luggage does not obviate you of the requirement to declare.

EDIT: Per jpatokal's comment, the calculator I've linked here is for commercial entities and he found a more useful one for individual travelers.

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