Your Gateway to Financial Identity with Trisuka

Welcome to Trisuka, your trusted partner for Permanent Account Number (PAN) services. Our team of experts is here to guide you through the process of obtaining a PAN, ensuring your financial identity is established and recognized. Let’s explore the world of Permanent Account Number and understand its significance.


Permanent Account Number (PAN)

Permanent Account Number (PAN) is a unique alphanumeric identification number issued by the Income Tax Department of India to individuals, companies, and other entities. PAN serves as a universal identification key for various financial transactions and tax-related purposes.

  • Identity proof: Aadhaar card, passport, voter ID, driving license, or any other government-issued photo ID
  • Address proof: Aadhaar card, passport, voter ID, driving license, utility bill, or bank statement
  • Date of birth proof: Birth certificate, matriculation certificate, or any other document indicating the date of birth
  • Passport-sized photograph

Any other documents as per the specific requirements of the Income Tax Department

  • PAN Application Form: Fill out the PAN application form, which can be done online or offline, providing accurate details and attaching the required documents.
  • Payment of Fee: Pay the prescribed fee for PAN application through online or offline modes.
  • Submission of Application: Submit the PAN application form and supporting documents to the nearest PAN center or online through the official website of the Income Tax Department.
  • Acknowledgment: Receive an acknowledgment after submitting the PAN application, containing a unique acknowledgment number for future reference.
  • Verification and Processing: The Income Tax Department verifies the application and processes it to issue the PAN card.
  • PAN Card Delivery: Upon approval, the PAN card is dispatched to the applicant’s address as mentioned in the application form.

All individuals, including citizens, non-residents, and foreign nationals, as well as companies and entities engaged in financial transactions or liable for taxes in India, are eligible to apply for a Permanent Account Number (PAN).

  • Financial Identity: PAN establishes your financial identity and serves as a universal identification key for various financial and tax-related transactions.
  • Tax Compliance: PAN is essential for filing income tax returns, making tax payments, and conducting financial transactions subject to tax regulations.
  • Banking and Investment: PAN is required for opening bank accounts, making high-value transactions, and investing in securities such as mutual funds and stocks.
  • Government Subsidies and Benefits: PAN is necessary to avail government subsidies, benefits, and welfare schemes.
  • Simplified Financial Processes: PAN simplifies financial processes by eliminating the need for multiple identification documents, streamlining transactions, and facilitating e-filing of tax returns.


  1. Who needs to obtain a Permanent Account Number (PAN)?
    Individuals, companies, and entities engaged in financial transactions or liable for taxes in India need to obtain a Permanent Account Number (PAN).

  2. Is it mandatory to link Aadhaar with PAN?
    Yes, it is mandatory to link Aadhaar with PAN as per the income tax regulations in India.

  3. Can I have multiple PANs?
    No, it is illegal for an individual or entity to hold multiple PANs. Each person should have only one PAN throughout their lifetime.

  4. Can a PAN be used as a proof of citizenship or nationality?
    No, PAN is an identification number used for financial and tax-related purposes and does not serve as proof of citizenship or nationality.

  5. What if my PAN card is lost or damaged? Can I apply for a new one?
    Yes, if your PAN card is lost, damaged, or requires corrections, you can apply for a new PAN card or make necessary changes through the official channels provided by the Income Tax Department.

**Please note that while these answers provide a general understanding, it is always advisable to consult with professionals or legal experts for specific guidance to your unique circumstances.