List of Indian Christians
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- Kali Charan Banerjee (1847–1902)
- Krishna Mohan Banerjee
- Madhusudan Das
- Amrit Kaur
- Harendra Coomar Mookerjee
- Pandita Ramabai
- S. K. Rudra
- Brahmabandhav Upadhyay
- Joachim Alva
- Accamma Cherian
- A. J. John, founder leader of Travancore State Congress.
- Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy (1949–2009), former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh
- Sangliana, police officer of Karnataka, originally from Mizoram, who also served as a Member of the Parliament of India.
- Lal Thanhawla, Chief Minister of Mizoram.
- Ajit Jogi, first chief minister of the state of Chhattisgarh
- Raja Abel, Telugu cinema actor
- Parveen Babi
- Vijay Benedict, gospel singer.
- Dino Morea, Hindi cinema actor
- Tiger Prabhakar, Kannada cinema actor
- Prabhu Solomon, Tamil cinema Writer, Director and Producer
- Mahesh Bhupathi, professional tennis player also widely regarded as among the best doubles players in the world with 11 Grand Slam titles to his credit.
- Mary Kom, Olympic bronze medallist in 2012 Summer Olympics, London.
- A. G. Kripal Singh, cricketer
- Vinod Kambli, cricketer
- Andrews Thazhath - the third and the present Metropolitan Archbishop of Syro-Malabar Catholic Archdiocese of Thrissur
- Jacob Thoomkuzhy - Catholic Arch Bishop Emeritus and the second Metropolitan Archbishop of the Syro-Malabar Catholic Archdiocese of Thrissur
- Joseph Mar Thoma - Metropolitan of the Mar Thoma Syrian Church, 21st Mar Thoma Metropolitan.
- Jolly Abraham - Leading evangelist worship leader in South India. Founder of Musi-Care Cultural and Charitable Trust.
- Puroshottam Choudhary - preacher, evangelist, writer of Christian literature
- Aurobindo Nath Mukherjee - first Indian Bishop of Calcutta and Metropolitan of India
- Lal Behari Dey - Indian journalist, writer, and Christian missionary
- Ravi Zacharias - Christian apologist, Founder and Chairman of the Board of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries.
- D. G. S. Dhinakaran - Christian evangelist.
- Valerian Gracias - First cardinal from India.
- Duraisamy Simon Lourdusamy - First Indian to head a Sacred Congregation of the Catholic Church.
- Acharya K. K. Chandy - President Emeritus- Fellowship of Reconciliation India; 1 of the 3 Founding Fathers - Christavashram, Kottayam; Founder Father- Gurukul Ecumenical Centre for Peace.
- Philipose Mar Chrysostom - Metropolitan Emeritus of the Mar Thoma Syrian Church, longest serving bishop in the world.
- Varghese Payyappilly Palakkappilly - Founder of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Destitute.
- George Alencherry - Catholic Cardinal and the Major Archbishop of the Syro-Malabar Church.
- Varkey Vithayathil - Catholic Cardinal and former Major Archbishop of the Syro-Malabar Church.
- Antony Padiyara - Catholic Cardinal and the First Major Archbishop of the Syro-Malabar Catholic Church.
- Joseph Parecattil - First from the Syro-Malabar church to be made a cardinal.
- Augustine Kandathil - First head of the Syro-Malabar Church and first Indian to assume powers and rule as an archbishop of the Catholic Church.
- Kuriakose Elias Chavara - First Indian to be beatified Syro-Malabar Catholic Church.
- Saint Alphonsa - First Indian to be raised to sainthood Syro-Malabar Catholic Church.
- Mother Teresa of Kolkata - Founder of Missionaries of Charity and the most well-known Christian social worker of India (although Albanian and born in Skopje in Macedonia, she became an Indian).
- V. C. Samuel - World-renowned Theologian, Historian, Ecumenical Leader, Professor/Dean in India and abroad, Priest, Indian Orthodox Church.
- Cyril Baselios - Former head of the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church.
- Mariam Thresia - Syro-Malabar Church.
- St. Euphrasia - Syro-Malabar Church.
- St. Joseph Vaz - Goan Oratorian priest and missionary to Sri Lanka
- Rani Maria Vattalil - Catholic religious and missionary social worker in the Franciscan Clarist Congregation
- Nidhiry Mani Kathanar - Priest of the Syro-Malabar Church who led a relentless campaign for indigenous bishops. Founder of Nazrani Deepika Malayalam newspaper.
- Baselios Paulose l - First Catholicos of the East of Malankara Orthodox Church.
- Baselios Geverghese ll - Fourth Catholicos of the East and Ninth Malankara Metropolitan.
- Neiliezhü Üsou (1941–2009), an influential Baptist preacher, theologian, Church musician, music teacher and composer from the North-Eastern state of India, Nagaland.
- Baselios Yeldo - was the Maphrian of the East of the Syriac Orthodox Church. He was the Catholicos of Jerusalem and Mosul. He is the Saint of Malankara Orthodox, Syriac Orthodox and Jacobite Orthodox Churches.
- Baselios Mar Thoma Mathews I - First Catholicos who used Mar Thoma in his title. He was awarded The Order of St. Valdimer by the Patriarch of Russia.
- Antonio Francisco Xavier Alvares - First Head of Goan Orthodox who was a Catholic Priest who joined Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church in search for real believes and worship.
- J. W. Gladstone - Moderator of the Church of South India.
- K. C. John - India Pentecostal Church of God General President.
- Telesphore Toppo - First Indian Cardinal from the Scheduled Tribal communities.
- Devasahayam Pillai (1712–1752), beatified convert, layman and martyr of the Latin rite of the Roman Catholic Church.
- Geevarghese Mar Gregorios - (1848-1902) First Saint of Malankara Church and the youngest one in Malankara to became a Bishop.
- Geevarghese Mar Dionysius of Vattasseril (Dionysius VI) (1858-1934) Malankara Metropolitan and Saint of Malankara Orthodox Church.
- Baselios Mar Thoma Paulose II - Catholicos of the East & Malankara Metropolitan (2010–Present).
Others in religious life
- Maria Theresa Chiramel - Catholic nun.
- Ken Gnanakan - Evangelist, singer, environmentalist and Founder Director of Acts Ministries.
- P. C. John - Kerala Brethren person.
- Nirmala Joshi - Former Superior General of the Missionaries of Charity.
- Bakht Singh - Evangelist, Apostle and Pioneer in local Church planting Ministries in India.
- Sadhu Sundar Singh - Missionary, Christian universalist.
- Sadhu Kochoonju Upadesi - Malayali preacher and poet / composer.
- Michael Madhusudan Dutt - famous Bengali poet and dramatist
- Sebastian Kunjukunju Bhagavathar -Malayalam theatre actor, singer, and author.
- Keshub Chandra Sen - Brahmo Samaj philosopher, social-reformer, and Christian theologian
- Henry Louis Vivian Derozio - Portuguese-Indian poet and educator, Assistant Headmaster of Hindu College (Presidency University)
- Toru Dutt - Bengali poet and writer in English and French
- Protap Chunder Mozoomdar - writer, leader of the Brahmo Samaj
- George Menachery - Historian,author, encyclopaedist, archaeologist,anthropologist,writer of Church History
- Puroshottam Choudhary - preacher, evangelist, writer of Christian literature
- Fr. Paul Poovathingal, Carnatic music singer.
- Christianity in West Bengal
- Christianity in India
- Christianity in Andhra Pradesh
- Christianity in Tamil Nadu
- Goan Catholics
- List of Anglo-Indians
- List of Saint Thomas Christians
- List of Syro-Malabar Catholics
- Mangalorean Catholics
- Marathi Christians
- Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church
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- "Interview: Vijay Benedict's life from Bollywood to Gospel". In.christiantoday.com. Retrieved 2013-09-27.
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