The Aadhaar card acts as both a proof of residence and an identification card. After completing the enrolling procedure, users may download and print their E-Aadhaar card from UIDAI’s official website. Your e-Aadhaar is a password-protected electronic copy of your Aadhaar that has been digitally signed by a UIDAI official.

Aadhar Card Download Using the Aadhaar Number

If you already have an Aadhaar Card and your Aadhaar number, you may download your e-Aadhaar by following the procedures below:

  • Visit for further information. Under ‘My Aadhaar,’ select ‘Download Aadhaar.’
  • Fill in your 12-digit UID (1234/1234/1234).
  • If you want a disguised Aadhaar*, click the box. If not, leave the item unchecked.
  • Enter the captcha that has been supplied.
  • After that, choose either ‘Send OTP’** or ‘Enter a TOTP’***.
  • Enter your OTP or TOTP information and then proceed to get your e-Aadhaar.

How to Download Aadhar Card Using Enrolment ID

You may also use your enrollment ID to get an electronic copy of your Aadhaar Card. The actions to take are as follows:

  • Enter your 14-digit ENO number.
  • A calendar is located just next to the ENO option. Enter the 14-digit date-time stamp from your enrollment slip into this calendar.
  • If you want to download a masked Aadhaar, tick the box next to it. Otherwise, do not check the box.
  • Enter the captcha information supplied.
  • Choose ‘Send OTP’ or ‘Enter a TOTP’.
  • Submit the OTP or TOTP information.
  • Get your e-Aadhaar card.

E-Aadhar Download Using Virtual ID

The following procedures must be taken in order to download your e-Aadhaar using your VID:

  • Fill in your 16-digit VID number.
  • If you want a disguised Aadhaar, tick the box.
  • Enter the captcha that has been supplied.
  • Choose ‘Send OTP’ or ‘Enter a TOTP’.
  • Submit the OTP or TOTP information.
  • Get your e-Aadhaar card.

Download Aadhaar Using Name and Date of Birth

If you do not have your Enrolment ID (EID) or appear to have misplaced it, you can obtain it by providing your name, date of birth, and phone number/email address.

After you have obtained the number, you may download your e-Aadhaar. Here are the actions to take:

  • Visit the “” link on the UIDAI website to retrieve a lost or forgotten EID/UID.
  • Choose the ‘Enrolment ID (EID)’ button.
  • Enter your complete name as it appeared on your Aadhaar card application.
  • Enter your mobile phone number (ensure that this number is the one you provided at the time of enrolment).
  • You may also enter your registered email address.
  • Enter the captcha that has been supplied.
  • Choose ‘Send OTP’ or ‘Send TOTP’.
  • Enter either the OTP or the TOTP.
  • After that, you will be given your EID.
  • Take note of this number and proceed to the download Aadhaar homepage at

Download e-Aadhar through UMANG

UMANG is a government initiative developed by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and the National e-Governance Division to make e-governance mobile-first.

This app gives you access to e-Government services from national, state, and municipal government entities and organizations across India. The app is linked to digital India services like Aadhaar and DigiLocker.

Here’s how to get your Aadhaar card from UMANG:

  • Create an account and log in.
  • Navigate to ‘All Services’ and then choose ‘Aadhaar Card.’
  • Choose ‘View Aadhaar Card from DigiLocker.’
  • You’ll be sent to the DigiLocker main page. Sign up for DigiLocker or sign in.

– If you want to use DigiLocker, make sure your cell phone number is already registered with Aadhaar.

  • Then, using DigiLocker, you may view your Aadhaar Card on the app.

Download Aadhaar Card through mAadhaar App

mAadhaar is the official Aadhaar mobile application. You may use the mAadhaar app to get your e-Aadhaar and access your Aadhaar whenever you want.

Here’s how to get and download your mAadhaar on the app:

  • Sign in to the app.
  • You can download your Aadhaar card if you previously connected your cell phone number to your Aadhaar at the time of enrollment.
  • On your registered cellphone number, you will get an SMS containing an OTP. The app will read this OPT automatically. As a result, you cannot input the OTP manually.
  • You can save up to three profiles (such as those of family members) on a single device, as long as all profiles use the same mobile number as their registered mobile number (I.e., on their Aadhaar).

Aadhaar Card Print

To print your e-Aadhaar after you have downloaded it, follow these steps:

  • Your e-Aadhaar is in the form of a ‘pdf’ file. As a result, you’ll need to open it with a PDF viewer (such as Adobe Acrobat or Microsoft Edge).
  • Enter your password here. Your Aadhar password will be the first four letters of your name (in uppercase), followed by your birth year in the format YYYY.
  • Once the file has been opened, pick the ‘Print’ option, enter the number of copies you want to print, and press the ‘Print’ button.

Aadhar Card Download – FAQs

Q1. Can I get Aadhaar even if my cellphone number is not registered with UIDAI?

No, you cannot download your Aadhaar if your cell phone number is not registered with UIDAI.

Q2. Can I get my e-Aadhaar by utilizing my Enrolment ID and Virtual ID?

If you have misplaced your Aadhaar number, you can obtain your e-Aadhaar by using your Enrolment ID and Virtual ID.

Q3. What is the UIDAI’s official website for downloading an Aadhaar card?

For Aadhaar pdf download, refer to UIDAI’s official website,

Q4. Is the Umang App for getting Aadhaar Cards compatible with both iOS and Android devices?

Yes, the Umang APP for downloading Aadhaar Cards is compatible with both iOS and Android smartphones.

Q5. What is the validity of the Aadhaar Card that I downloaded?

Once the UID (Aadhaar Card) is downloaded, it is valid for life.