Aadhaar Card Download by OTP: Message on Twitter says you can now do this by using DigiLoker account; here is how

ZeeBiz WebTeam | Jan 08, 2021, 05:21 PM IST

Aadhaar Card Download by OTP On DigiLocker Account: Aadhaar number is a unique 12-digit number which can be downloaded online in five various ways by using OTP (One Time Password). In this way, the Aadhaar cardholder receives the OTP on registered mobile number submitted during the Aadhaar card download process. 

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Aadhaar Card Download On DigiLocker Account

Aadhaar Card Download On DigiLocker Account

DigiLocker is one of those five ways in which a cardholder can do the Aadhaar Card download in four simple steps. Photo: Reuters

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Aadhaar card download by OTP

Aadhaar card download by OTP

Aadhaar card download by OTP became possible because DigiLocker has joined hands with the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) to make it possible for the cardholders to link their DigiLocker account with Aadhaar. Photo: PTI

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What is DigiLocker account?

What is DigiLocker account?

It is a cloud-based platform for the issuance, storage, sharing and verification of documents and certificates in a digital form, which enables the registered organization to provide electronic copies into digital lockers allotted to the citizens of India. Photo: PTI

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Step by step guide

Step by step guide

Aadhaar card download by OTP from DigiLocker Account:
1] Log in at the official website of DigiLocker — digilocker.gov.in/ and click on ‘Sign In‘ button;

2] Enter your Aadhaar number and login to your DigiLocker account then click on ‘Verify’ button to get an OTP in your registered mobile number;

3] Enter the OTP received on your registered mobile number and click at 'Verify OTP' button; and

4] ‘Issued Document’ page appears and now you can download your e-Aadhaar using the ‘Save’ icon. Photo: UIDAI Twitter

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Easy Method

Easy Method

So, by following the above mentioned four simple steps, one can do the Aadhaar Card download by OTP using DigiLocker account. Photo: UIDAI Twitter