How to withdraw money from Khalti?

Khalti provides mobile payment solutions for mobile recharge, making utility bills payments like of electricity, water, internet bills, and numerous other services. Khalti is one of the popular digital payment service providers, mobile wallets, and payment gateway of Nepal. Khaltiwas established in 2017 which provides easy and secure digital/mobile payment services since then. You can enjoy services provided by Khalti by registering an account with your mobile number.

You can transfer funds from your Khalti to bank account and withdraw money from Khalti in these few simple steps: –

Steps to withdraw money from Khalti

Step 1: First, open Khalti app and get login to your Khalti account using either mobile app or web dashboard ‘’.

Step 2: Tap on ‘Bank Transfer’ option from the screen which is located at the top-right side of the screen.

how to withdraw money from Khalti

Step 3: Tap on ‘Bank Transfer’ option.

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Step 4:  Choose your bank, enter account holder name, account number, the amount to transfer into bank account, purpose of transfer, remarks and tap on ‘Validate and Submit’ button.

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The money from your Khalti account will be transferred to the bank account immediately. Now,  you can withdraw money from your bank account easily.

Can you withdraw money from my wallet to my bank account?

Yes, you can withdraw money from your wallet to your bank account. Just follow the above-mentioned steps.

Does it take any service charges to send money to a bank?

Yes, it takes some service charges while sending money to bank.

Rs.100 – 1000Rs.10
Rs.1,001- 10,000Rs.20

Is there any transaction limit for sending money to a bank?

Yes, there is a transaction limit while sending money to a bank. You can have a look on the table below:

Maximum Amount Per TransactionsRs.50,000
Maximum Transaction Amount Per DayRs.1,00,000
Maximum Transaction Amount Per MonthRs.5,00,000

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