Everywhere I looked I only could find e-Visas that are 1 month long...

I managed to find this website which shows that visa is 35£ (+ their fee) so there should be a way to apply for it...

Where can one apply for 6 month Indian tourist (or some other) visa? (if he is Lithuanian who is in Thailand)

  • From what I've found, so far, non-Thai nationals and foreigners who are not Thai permanent residents can only get the 3-month, single entry tourist visas. You can do it in Cambodia or Indonesia. The Indian Consulate in Vilnius [email protected] might be able to provide additional info.
    – Giorgio
    Commented Feb 23, 2017 at 15:36
  • tweet to @MEAIndia (Ministry of External Affairs). They would love to help you. blog.twitter.com/2016/…
    – anshabhi
    Commented Mar 28, 2017 at 16:12

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Since 2016, the Embassy of India in Bangkok and the Chaing Mai Consulate no longer accept applications from non-Thai nationals or permanent residents. Foreigners who are in Thailand on tourist visas can only apply online for a visa, which is limited to a 30-day visit.

As India does not give in-country extensions of tourist visas, alternatives would be making application from other countries, such as Cambodia, Myanmar, Viet Nam, or Indonesia.

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