Country's tea export to Pakistan jumped 47.50 per cent to Rs 184.56 crore in 2015-16.
The overall shipments of tea rose 10 per cent to Rs 4,200.46 crore in the same fiscal.
India is the world's second biggest tea producer and also one of the largest consumers.
The country exports CTC (crush- tear-curl) grade tea to countries like Egypt, the UK, and other traditional varieties to Iraq, Iran and Russia.
The export price to Pakistan increased to Rs 97.44 per kg in the period under review compared with Rs 82.32 a year ago.
Tea production has been low this fiscal mainly due to unfavourable weather conditions. Besides, wage-related issues also hit tea producers.
The sector is also facing other issues including migration of labourers to other industries. Tea plucking in India mainly starts between July and October.