List of High Commissioners of the United Kingdom to India

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Countries belonging to the Commonwealth of Nations exchange High Commissioners rather than Ambassadors. Though there are a few technical differences (for instance, whereas Ambassadors present their diplomatic credentials to the host country's head of state, High Commissioners are accredited to the head of government), they are in practice the same office. The following persons have served as British High Commissioner to India.

High Commissioner to British India (1946-1947)[edit]

High Commissioner to the Dominion of India (1947-1950)[edit]

High Commissioner to the Republic of India (1950 - present)[edit]

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References[edit]

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  19. ^ Sir James David Bevan KCMG, www.gov.uk

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