Now we have reached Gonda and looking for a tire repair shop,luckily got one and showed him the tire he said,side wall has huge cut and tire can't be fixed with puncture but tube will make it normal again.Bought new 15 inch tube got that fixed and swapped the Stepney back to the place.Shop from where i had bought tube asked him about the route to reach "Badhni border".Then we started ahead and passed by another road which had less of potholes but hell lot of undulations.Drove and drove and eagerly awaiting for the "Badhni" mile stone to come and here it was,Badhni 21 kms and we were like finally we made it till here. At 4'o clock we were at Badhni border,Big gate written INDO-NEPAL welcomed us and we were stopped there.This time we have to get questioned by Indian police and the custom officials.Car was checked in and out just casualy,i was called inside the office which was on my left hand side and questioning started,How many days,how many of you,Where have we come from,Purpose of visit.You have to make an entry here on the register along with car name,make and engine & chassis no. all had to be write and then sign on that and you are free to enter the gate.Don't pay anything here. Now starts the Real formalities for getting in to Nepal--- We were greeted by the nepal police fellows very gently and asked me for checking my car and they did it,opened our bags too. Once you cross the border gate and barricade yo will see Nepal police fellows in blue cameoflague. You will be asked to stop your car there and get the formalities and the pass made,walk for 10 steps and on the very left hand side you will see a office where in you will investigated again with the same set of questions as asked by Indian Police fellows. To drive in to nepal you get two types of passes/permits. 1.Suvidha. 2.Bhansaar. Suvidha is very limited pass,this allows you to drive in to radius of 8-10 kms with limit of coming back in the evening before border closed i think its 6am till 10pm. Suvidha is generally used by local fellows to buy some small stuff across the borders Bhansaar,is the one you need if you are driving down with your own car.This permit is made on the basis of number of days you wish to stay.Advice would be make this pass for one day extra,it will not cost you bomb.If one is caught driving with over dated bhansaar then penalty is hefty.Cost for getting bhansaar is INR 281.25 per day.In total i paid INR 1406.35 for 5 days.Just opposite to the Nepali police inquiry office you will see this Bhansaar and custom declaration office.In our case we had one laptop and one camera,both of them were used and was not required to be declared as said by one of the officials here. If you are not able to locate these offices, don't hesitate to ask any of the police fellow,they will help you happily. Plz bring along good amount of cash, though you have umpteen ATM there but you never know if you have to struggle for a working ATM machine. Dont bring 500 & 1000 INR denomination notes with you to Nepal.They are kind of illegal in Nepal,Indian currency notes 10,20,50,100 can be used anywhere in Nepal without any hesitations.Everybody will accept it happily.If by any chance you have 500 & 1000 rupee notes with you plz get them converted at Bhansaar office they will do it for you for free.I got mine converted here in Nepali currency. After you are done with this Bhansaar formality walk little further some 30 steps you will see a small blue color beat box on your right hand side,here you have to get yourself a local number plate which will cost you INR 31.25.Green color small no. plate will be issued to you and have to be kept in front of your car all the time till you exit Nepal border.I kept it on the dashboard from where it was clearly see through. Do keep 2-3 xerox copies of your DL/ID and RC book.There are xerox machines at border office but you can save on to your time. That was it and you are free to zoom on Nepal roads.After you have entered Nepal you are not free to drive anywhere freely without paying road tax for the places you want to visit.85 kms from "Badhni" we had to get this RTO slip for visiting places in Nepal.This office is situated in a city by name ""Butwal"",which is 85 kms from Badhni and 25kms from Sanauli border.Once you reach Butwal you have to ask for this RTO office for the route permit to be made.This office is located on main road itself but not easily traceable.Please ask somebody for ""YATAYAT OFFICE"".We were asking for RTO office and no body knew it,then a gentleman said plz ask for YATAYAT OFFICE and we got plenty of helping hands to reach out.This office opens at 9 in the morning and closes by 6 in the evening not sure here for the timings.Take your car documents and get this permit made for anywhere in Nepal (if you are not sure of places you want to visit).This place would be flocked by truck drivers so please go ahead and ask permit for Indian vehicle and you will be entertained on priority.Fees paid for driving down anywhere in Nepal was is INR 190/-.Now you are a free bird to fly and roam anywhere in Nepal. Big relief after seeing this milestone.. Faced lot of Trucks loaded with Sugarcane.