PM Mr. Manmohan Singh meeting the PM of T&T Ms. Kamla Persad-Bissessar
High Commissioner H.E. Gauri Shankar Gupta with President of T&T H.E. Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmonas
High Commissioner H.E. Mr. Gauri Shankar Gupta being received by Hon'ble Mr. Winston Dookeran, Foreign Minister of Trinidad & Tobago
High Commissioner H.E. Mr. Gauri Shankar Gupta signing Visitors' Book in MFA, T&T.
High Commissioner H.E. Mr. Gauri Shankar Gupta meeting Officials of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, T&T.
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Welcome to the High Commission of India, Trinidad and Tobago
Concurrently accredited to Grenada, Montserrat and Commonwealth of Dominica
The relationship between India and Trinidad & Tobago started on 30 May 1845, when the first ship 'Fatel Razack' carrying 225 indentured workers from India reached the shores of Trinidad, then a British colony. Their numbers increased with subsequent arrival of more ships from India. The descendents of those workers, now in their fifth generation, form nearly 42% of the population and are part and parcel of the economic, political and social fabric of the country. They have maintained their traditional Indian cultural and religious customs. The presence of a substantial population of Indian origin (the largest ethnic group) has contributed greatly to bilateral relations between the two countries.