Send a parcel to India

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Send parcels to India

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Shipping to India from the UK

India has strong commercial links to the UK and a fast-growing economy, so it's no wonder that so many parcels are sent from the UK to India each day. While India is a sprawling, bustling country, you can rest assured shipping to India is super easy and convenient with Evri.

Send parcels to India in 13-14 days with full tracking and cover up to £20 included in your postage fee.

If you’re an Amazon, eBay or Etsy seller, you may need an IOSS number to send parcels to India. This should be provided in your marketplace invoice. There will also be some customs forms you need to provide, and your recipient is likely to have to pay duty (or import tax) before they receive their items.

How much is a courier to India from the UK?

When you send packages to India, you can be sure you’re getting a great service at a low price with Evri. You can send parcels internationally up to 15kg. Parcels are priced per 250g so you can save by providing the exact weight of your parcel. Sending a parcel to India from the UK with Evri takes about 13-14 days on average.

Parcel size Prices from
Parcel size 250g Prices from £10.96
Parcel size 500g Prices from £12.52
Parcel size 1kg Prices from £15.62
Parcel size 2kg Prices from £21.86
Parcel size 5kg+ Prices from £40.54

How to send parcels to India

With Evri, you can pick from three methods of sending items to India from the UK.

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Book your delivery online or instore and simply hand your parcel over to the cashier at your local ParcelShop. No printer? No problem. You can print your postage label in store with our Print in ParcelShop device.

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Book online, scan your barcode and drop it off at a local Locker ready to be collected by our couriers.

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Go online and book a courier collection from your home or office at a convenient time for a door-to-door service.

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Sending multiple parcels to India

If you're sending multiple international parcels at the same time, our Bulk Integrations tool can make it quicker and easier.

1. Link your Evri account with your marketplace seller’s account or upload your parcels using a CSV file

2. Book your parcels in one go

3. Package up your items and print off your postage label at home

4. Send your parcels using any of our 8,500+ ParcelShops and Lockers or book a Courier Collection

What you can and can’t send to India

When you use Evri to send parcels to India, you can send lots of different things, but there are a few limitations. You’ll find a full breakdown in our prohibited items list.

Be sure to check the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations and UK Civil Aviation Authority guides to keep up to date with the latest restrictions for sending parcels via airlines.


When you send a parcel internationally with us, we do all the hard work for you. There's no need to worry about filling in a custom's form, all you need to do is fill in the contents information online, and we will take care of the rest. 

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Address format for shipping to India from the UK

When sending parcels to India, you’ll have to tweak the way you write the address depending on whether you’re sending to a rural or urban area.

When sending parcels to an urban area you’ll need to use the following structure:

  • Name of addressee.
  • Profession, if any.
  • Number and/or name of the House and name of the street or Road.
  • Post Box No, if any.
  • Name of the locality or Mohall.
  • Name of the Post Town and Pin-Code.
  • Name of the District and State Pin-Code
  • Country.

If you’re sending items to a more rural area, you’ll need to include:

  • Name of addressee.
  • Profession, if any.
  • No. of house, if any along with the name of street if any.
  • Name of the village and Thana Firka, Hobli, etc.
  • Name of the Post Office of delivery and the PIN-Code.
  • Name of the Taluk or Tahsil. This is not necessary if correct PIN is written.
  • Name of the District and State. This is not necessary if correct PIN is written.
  • Country.

You should also make sure to write the postal town in block capitals and underline it. If the name of the district you’re sending to is the same as that of the postal town, the name of the state should be noted clearly.

Don’t worry, as long as you have the address information above, our automated address tool will do all the work for you and produce a label for your parcel in the right format.

FAQs about sending parcels to India from the UK

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