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The Embassy in Muscat




The newly Constructed Chancery-cum-Residence
Complex of Embassy of India


Route Map to the Embassy ( Click to Enlarge )

The Consulate of India was opened in Muscat in February 1955. In April 1960 it was upgraded to a Consulate General and became a full fledged Embassy in 1971. The first Ambassador of India arrived in Muscat in 1973.The Embassy has been shifted in January 2008 to the Diplomatic area in Al Khuwair in its owned premises. The complex is spread over an area of 12000 Sq m comprising of the Chancery building and the Embassy Residence.
Contact Details
Tel Nos.
24684500
Fax Nos.
+968 - 2469 8291 (General)
+968 - 2469 2791 (Consular)
+968 - 2468 4546 (Community Welfare)
24 Hr Emergency
Helpline  +968 - 2469 5981
(only for labour/welfare issues)
International Dialing code for Muscat 00968
Location
Jami'at Al - Dowal Al - Arabiya Street,
Diplomatic Area, Al Khuwair,
P.O. Box 1727,PC 112.
Working hours
8:30 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
Fridays and Saturdays are closed
holidays

Events

Inauguration of Indian Calligraphy Exhibition by His Excellency Mr. Abdul Aziz bin Mohammed Al Rowas, Advisor to His Majesty Sultan for Cultural Affairs on 20th March 2017. The exhibition will remain on display till 25th March 2017 at Omani Society for Fine Arts during visiting hours from 9 am to 1.30 pm and 4.30 pm to 8 pm. All are requested to visit.

 

FESTIVAL OF INDIA IN OMAN CONCLUDES WITH INDIAN FOOD FESTIVAL AT GRAND HYATT (15-19 MARCH 2017): The much-awaited Indian Food Festival in Oman was inaugurated on 15th March 2017 evening at Grand Hyatt in a ceremony full of Indian instrumental music, classical and folk dance, ghazals and Bollywood songs. His Excellency Salim bin Mohammed bin Said Al Mahrooqi, Under Secretary for Heritage, Ministry of Heritage and Culture of Oman, was the Chief Guest. The Opening ceremony was also attended by HE Nasser Mohammed Khaleefa Al Busaidi, Chief of Protocol, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, HE Sheikh Hilal Marhoon Salem Al Ma’amari, Chief of West Asia Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and HE Saif Mohammed Al Ruzaiqi, Adviser Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Over 300 prominent Omanis, including businesspersons and officials, Ambassadors, members of diplomatic corps, expatriates and members of Indian community were present at the opening ceremony. The Indian Food Festival at Grand Hyatt will conclude on 19th March, 2017.