List of India-related topics in the Philippines

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India–Philippines relations
Map indicating locations of  India  and  Philippines

India

Philippines
Diplomatic Mission
Embassy of India[1]
2190 Paraiso,
Makati,
Metro Manila,
Philippines
Phone:+63 922 340 4676
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Embassy Of Philippines[2]
50-N Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri,
New Delhi 110021,
India
Phone: +91 11 2611 0152
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Envoy
Ambassador Mr. Lalduhthlana Ralte Ambassador Ms. Teresita C. Daza

India and Philippines have historic ties going back over 3000 years and there are over 150,000 people of Indian origin in Philippines.[3]

Iron Age finds in the Philippines also point to the existence of trade between Tamil Nadu in South India and the Philippines Islands during the ninth and tenth centuries B.C.[4] The influence of Culture of India on Culture of the Philippines intensified from the 2nd through the late 14th centuries CE.[5]

The Indian-Filipinos are Philippine citizens of Indian descent. The NRI are Indian citizens living in Philippines.

This is an alphabetical list:

The influence of Hinduism in the regions of the Philippines.

History

Language

Sports

Filipino sports influenced by the Indian martial arts

Music

Epics and poems

Inspired by the Indian Hindu religious epics Ramayana and Mahabharta.

Religion

People

Business

Politics and travel

Gallery

See also

References

  1. ^ Embassy of India
  2. ^ Embassy of Philippines
  3. ^ Indians in Philippines
  4. ^ Tamil language, www.tamilculturewaterloo.org Archived 13 April 2015 at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ The cultural influence of India, www.philippinealmanac.com Archived 1 July 2012 at the Wayback Machine.
  6. ^ Palawan Tabon garuda
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