List of ATM locations in India

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#31 Jan 31st, 2008, 07:27
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Originally Posted by mindahb View Post Does anyone know if there are ATMs available at Bodhgaya or near there?
I went to one bank with an ATM near the Mahabodhi Temple, but my card didn't work there (and it did other places).
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atm at Delhi airport?

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Originally Posted by Jlingoa View Post Are there any ATM's at the international arrivals area of the New Delhi Airport?
I've gotten rupees there, but can't remember if it was a money changer, or ATM. I think there are ATMs.
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Have just returned from DEL and am able to answer my own question. There is an ATM located on the right just as one exits, India Immigration and Customs. It is inside a brown cabin with a guard standing outside the entrance.
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Debit Card Exchange Rate

My friend and I were in India 16 Feb to 14 Mar of this year. We traveled extensively in Gujarat and some in Rajasthan. I was always able to find an ATM...

One item of note... I carried a debit card and used it instead of cashing travelers cheques even though I had plenty. I originally planned to use the cheques or US currency to convert to Rupees. The best exchange rate we could find was Rs 38.5 to 1 $US. My debit card gave just over 40 and there were no service charges. I was surprised.

Next time I'll travel with two debit cards and no travelers cheques or currency beyond that necessary to get me out of the airport. The reason for two is so that if one goes missing, I can cancel that and still have a backup.

YMMV
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Hi,

Is there by any chance a more up to date version of all ATM's in India with addresses.. ?? im really looking for it and require it badly for an upcoming project.

ANy help would be appreciated..

Thanks,
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Can I withdraw money from ATM's if my U.S. debit card is in the Plus,Interlink and Moneypass networks? Thanks in advance.
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Withdrawing money from ATMs in India...

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My card has symbols for Interlink, Plus and Star networks. I have no idea which worked, but it worked great. As I previously mentioned, my card refunds foreign (that is from other banks, not just out of the country) ATM charges, which can make it worthwhile to get one with that feature.

Mine comes through Fidelity Investments and is a Visa Debit card. Other banks that I am aware of which refund charges are TDNorth and INGDirect, but you should not assume that they either give good exchange rates or do not have extra charges. You should always ask.

I suspect that most Internet-based banks have a similar offer.

I looked into wiring money to India and picking up it up there. Ungodly expensive.

Good luck and good travels.

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Is this ATM still in the same location?
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Am referring to the ATM at the international terminal of Delhi Airport.
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ATM locations/other questions

As we shall be travelling mostly outside major towns (eg Sanchi, Orchha, Maheshwar, Mandu and Omkareshwar in first two weeks), I was wondering if there is updated info anywhere about locations of ATMs?

Did they ever put them in the 100s of train stations mentioned in another thread?

And the max withdrawal per day is Rs 15,000 - is that correct?
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You shouldn't have any problem finding ATMs. I haven't seen any in train stations yet but steven_ber(the train expert) can probably comment better on this. If you are just looking for any ATM there are plenty. Here is one of the larger banks. You can check their list and see if it would work for you.
http://www.sbi.co.in/atmlocator.jsp?lang=0&id=0#
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Thanks! Any idea about max amount to withdraw?
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I had no idea as to the limit but this page does say it is usually 15,000.
http://corpocrat.com/2008/05/14/usin...-india-travel/

You can actually bring quite a lot of money with you and change it at customs. That would save on the transaction fees. Do you honestly think you will use that much cash per day? By Indian standards its a lot of money.

It seems to be a per bank daily limit so you could simply find another bank and pull out another 15,000 if you think you need more.
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No, but we are likely to be sometimes 1 week (at least) without going near an ATM. That's why I'd be hoping to get more than 15,000 in one day. The idea of another bank is of course a good one! My bank doesn't charge transaction fees.

Don't really want to change at customs, as ATMs are so much more convenient!
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ATM's are starting to come in some train stations - I have seen one at New Delhi station, and there's one in Jaisalmer too! Also one adjacent to Jodhpur station. I daresay, quite a lot scattered around the country now.
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