Aadhaar card issued by the Government of India is the most important document for the citizens of the country. Hardly anyone needs to tell about its importance and need. Many people keep the Aadhaar card together and many people keep it at home. Sometimes the aadhaar card is lost, because we get into trouble, because without it many things stop. When the Aadhaar card is lost, a registered mobile number is required. If your Aadhaar is lost and you don’t even have a registered mobile number, how will the new Aadhaar card emerge? Let us tell you.
The first task is to go to the unique Identification Authority of India (Uidai) website https:\\uidai.gov.in through your phone or laptop browser. You will then open the Aadhaar website in Hindi. If you want to visit the English website, go to https:\\uidai.gov.in.
You will then get the option of Order Aadhaar Reprint in the section on the left side of Get Aadhaar. Click on it and enter your Aadhaar number, security code and click on the box on Request OTP.
If you do not have a register mobile number, enter the existing mobile number after ticking the Do Not Have Registered Mobile Number and click on the send OTP. Then insert the OTP on the mobile in the OTP box visible on the right side of the screen.
The preview of Aadhaar Card will show after registering OTP. The preview will show information such as name, date of birth and address etc. Then you have to pay Rs. 50 online. You can make payments with the help of credit card, debit card, internet banking or UPI payment. Just then the Aadhaar card will be accessed through post on the address given in your Aadhaar card.