The Indian passport, according to Shenaz, is the 83rd-most potent passport in the world.
Travelers would probably agree that the paperwork involved with obtaining a visa can be a downer when considering an international trip.
It goes without saying that applying for a visa is a time-consuming procedure that requires a lot of running back and forth to gather the necessary paperwork, as well as some interviews, depending on the nation to which you are travelling and the type of visa you are seeking for.
Many travellers may become discouraged by this approach. But that doesn’t mean that one can never travel to a foreign country, claims actor and travel writer Shenaz Treasury. In truth, Indians are also permitted to travel to a large number of nations without a visa.
The Indian passport is the 83rd most potent passport in the world, according to Shenaz, who enumerated some of them in a recent Instagram post.
The annual Henley Passport Index, which ranks all passports according to the number of destinations its holders can enter without a previous visa, is published by Henley & Partners every year and includes 199 countries. Earlier this year, indianexpress.com has referenced this index.
According to information from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), passport holders from Japan and Singapore can visit 192 countries without a visa. Indian passport holders can now enter 60 countries without a previous visa thanks to India’s rise from 90th place last year to 83rd place this year.