0871 976 8268

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Contact – Office of the High Commissioner for India – Embassy of India in UK

ADDRESS:

Office of the High Commissioner for India
India House,
London
WC2B 4NA

OFFICIAL WEBSITE:

http://www.hcilondon.in/

official Youtube Channel:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHezrCkoHy9MqUwQcXexfkw

HISTORY OF THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR INDIA:

The High Commission of India in London is the diplomatic mission of India in the United Kingdom. It is located in India House on Aldwych, between Bush House, what was Marconi House (now Citibank) and the Australia House. It faces both the London School of Economics and King’s College London. Proposed in 1925 by the Indian High Commissioner Sir Atul Chatterjee, the building was designed by Sir Herbert Baker and completed in 1930. It was formally inaugurated on 8 July 1930 by the King-Emperor George V. There are twelve decorations on the outside of the building representing the various states of India (under the British Raj), described as follows:

Emblem / State
Tiger Bengal
Ship Bombay
Fort St George Madras
Fishes and bow and arrow Central Provinces
Sun and five rivers Punjab
Bo-tree and swastikas Bihar and Orissa
Snakes United Provinces
Elephant Delhi
Rhinoceros Assam
Peacock Burma
Camels Baluchistan
Moon and gateway North West Frontier

more info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/India_House,_London

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