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Registration of Death

In case of death of an Indian national in the Sultanate of Oman, a No Objection Certificate from the Embassy is required for the airlifting or local burial / cremation of the mortal remains. The sponsor of the deceased Indian national should contact the Embassy in this regard along with the following documents:-

  1. Sponsor's letter to the Embassy informing about the death of an Indian national under his sponsorship.
  2. Copy of the deceased's Labour Card.
  3. Original Death Certificate and its photocopy
  4. Original passport and two photocopies.
  5. A letter from the next of kin of the deceased intimating their wishes regarding the mortal remains i.e. airlifting to India or burial / cremation in Oman.


Mrs Sushma Pandey, wife of Ambassador of India to the Sultanate of Oman, organized a mesmerizing and memorable evening of ‘Indian Ethnic Saree and Bridal Wear Show’ at the premises of Indian Embassy in Muscat on 25 April, 2017, showcasing the rich heritage of Indian Sarees as well as Bridal wear. It was attended by over 120 women, including spouses of diplomats, Omani women and women from within Indian community.


Yoga events held at the Embassy Auditorium as curtain-raiser to the 3rd International Day of Yoga on 21st June, 2017. The sessions were organized by Muscat Energy Healing Centre and Bliss Foundation in Oman in association with Embassy of India, Muscat on 15th April, 2017.