List Of Indian Ambassadors To Foreign Countries For General Awareness

This article will give the list of Indian Ambassadors To Foreign Countries. The names of people representing Indian Embassy overseas is important for General Awareness of various competitive and Government exams.

Who are the Ambassadors?

Indian Ambassadors are the Chief diplomatic representative of India housed in the Embassy of India in foreign countries. 

Who is the newly appointed Indian ambassador to the United States? Taranjit Singh Sandhu, an IFS officer representing the Indian Embassy in the United States, took the office on 6th February 2020. 

Candidates can know more on IFS officers from the links given below:

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Indian Ambassadors To Foreign Countries

The table below gives the list of people representing Indian embassies in different countries. Candidates can download the list of Indian Ambassadors to foreign countries PDF for future reference and assistance.

List of Indian Ambassadors to Foreign Countries
S.No. Foreign Countries Indian Ambassadors
1 Afghanistan Vinay Kumar
2 Algeria Satbir Singh
3 Angola Srikumar Menon
4 Argentina (along with Paraguay & Uruguay) Dinesh Bhatia
5 Armenia Kishan Dan Dewal
6 Australia Anumula Gitesh Sarma
7 Austria Renu Pall
8 Azerbaijan B Vanlalvawna
9 Bahrain Alok Kumar Sinha
10 Bangladesh Riva Ganguly Das
11 Belarus Sangeeta Bahadur
12 Belgium Gaitri Issar Kumar
18 Belize Manpreet Vohra
13 Bhutan Ruchira Kamboj
14 Botswana Rajesh Ranjan
15 Brazil Ashok Das
16 Brunei Darussalam Ajaneesh Kumar
17 Bulgaria Pooja Kapoor
19 Cambodia Manika Jain
20 Canada Vikas Swarup
21 Chile Anita Nayar
22 China Vikram Misri
23 Colombia Sanjiv Ranjan
24 Congo & Gabon Nina Tshering La
25 Croatia Arindam Bagchi
26 Cuba Tsewang Namgyal
27 Cyprus Madhumita Hazarika Bhagat
28 Czech Republic Narinder Chauhan
29 Denmark Ajit Gupte
30 Egypt Rahul Kulshreshth
31 Eritrea Subhash Chand
32 Fiji Ms. Padmaja
33 Finland Ashok Kumar Sharma
34 France Dr. Mohan Kumar
35 Germany Mukta Tomar
36 Ghana Birender Singh Yadav
37 Greece Shamma Jain
38 Guatemala Sajeev Babu Kurup
39 Guyana K J Srinivasa
41 Hungary Rahul Chhabra
42 Iceland T. Armstrong Changsan
43 Indonesia Nengcha Lhouvum
44 Iran Shri. Saurabh Kumar
45 Iraq George Raju
46 Ireland Sandeep Kumar
47 Israel Pavan Kapoor
48 Italy Reenat Sandhu
49 Ivory Coast (along with Liberia & Guinea) R. Ravindra
50 Jamaica Sevala Naik Mude
51 Japan Sanjay Kumar Verma
52 Jordan Anil Trigunayat
53 Kazakhstan Harsh K Jain
54 Kenya Suchitra Durai
55 Korea Atul M. Gotsurve
56 Kuwait Sunil Jain
57 Kyrgyzstan L. Savithri
58 Lebanon Suhel Ajaz Khan
59 Lesotho Jaideep Sarkar
60 Libya Azar A. H. Khan
61 Madagascar Abhay Kumar
62 Malawi Vanlalhuma
63 Malaysia Shri Mridul Kumar
64 Maldives Rajeev Shahare
65 Mali Ajay Kumar Sharma
66 Malta Rajesh Vaishnaw
67 Mauritius Abhay Thakur
68 Mexico Muktesh Kumar Pardeshi
69 Mongolia Dr. T. Suresh Babu
70 Morocco Dr. Shambu Singh Kumaran
71 Mozambique VACANT
72 Myanmar Vikram Misri
73 Namibia Prashant Aggarwal
74 Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri
75 Netherlands Venu Rajamony
76 New Zealand Muktesh kumar pardesi
77 Nicaragua Upendra singh rawat
78 Niger Rajesh Agrawal
79 Nigeria & Chad Abhay Thakur
80 Norway B. Bala Bhaskar
81 Oman I.M. Pandey
82 Pakistan Ajay Bisaria
83 Papua New Guinea Dr. A.M. Gondane
84 Peru Krishna R Urs
85 Philippines Jaideep Mazumdar
86 Poland Tswang Namgymal
87 Portugal K. Nandini Singla
88 Qatar Sanjiv Arora
89 Romania ThangLura Darlong
90 Russia Pankaj Saran
91 Saudi Arabia Ausaf Sayeed
92 Senegal Partha Satpathy
93 Serbia Subrata bhattacharji
94 Seychelles Dalbir Suhag Singh
95 Singapore Jawed Ashraf
96 Slovak Republic Param Jit Mann
98 Slovenia Sarvajit Chakravarti
97 South Africa Jaideep Sarkar
99 Sri Lanka Taranjit Singh Sandhu
100 Sudan Ravindra Jaiswal
101 Sudan Amrit Lugun
102 Suriname Satendar Kumar
103 Sweden & Latvia Monika Kapil Mohta
104 Switzerland Sibi George
105 Tajikistan Somnath Ghosh
106 Tanzania Sanjiv Kohli
107 Thailand Bhagwant Singh Bishnoi
108 Trinidad and Tobago Arun Kumar Sahu
109 Tunisia Prashant Pise
110 Turkey Sanjay Bhattacharyya
111 Turkmenistan Dr. T.V. Nagendra Prasad
112 Ukraine Manoj Kumar Bharti
113 United Arab Emirates Pavan Kapoor
114 United Kingdom Ruchi Ghanashyam
115 United States Taranjit Singh Sandhu
116 Uzbekistan Santosh Jha
117 Venezuela Rahul Shrivastava
118 Vietnam Pranay Kumar Verma
119 Yemen Amrit Lugun
120 Zambia Gaddam Dharmendra
121 Zimbabwe R. Masakui

Updated Till May 2020 – Reference – Wikipedia [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Ambassadors_and_High_Commissioners_of_India]

Aspirants of upcoming government or competitive exams must go through the list of Indian Ambassadors to different countries as general awareness is an important part of the syllabus of all these exams.

Aspirants of UPSC exams might also encounter questions on Indian Ambassadors in the preliminary examination. 

Aspirants preparing for various government exams can check important topics for the General Awareness section given below:

Candidates can check the SSC General Awareness page for more relevant topics on GK for Government exams.

General Awareness Sample Questions on Indian Ambassadors 

Given below are the sample questions on the Indian Ambassador to foreign Countries for candidates reference to understand the prominence of the topic for the general awareness section of various exams.

Q.1 Taranjit Singh Sandhu succeeds _____ as Indian Ambassador to the United States.

  1. Pavan Kapoor
  2. Santosh Jha
  3. Bhagwant Singh Bishnoi
  4. Harsh Vardhan Shringla

Answer (4)

Q.2. Who is the youngest Indian Ambassador appointed till now, appointed in 2018 he was 38 years of age.

  1. Abhay Kumar
  2. Dinesh Bhatia
  3. Rajesh Agrawal
  4. Partha Sehpathy

Answer (1)

Q.3. ____ represents the Indian embassy in China.

  1. Arindam Bagchi
  2. Agit Gupte
  3. Vikram Misri
  4. Gautam Bambawale

Answer (3)

Q.4. Appointed in 2019, Pavan Kapoor is representing Indian embassy in which country?

  1. Afghanistan
  2. UAE
  3. Serbia
  4. Saudi Arabia

Answer (2)

Q.5. ____ was the first Indian ambassador to the United States of Independent India.

  1. Binay Rajan Sen
  2. Braj Kumar Nehru
  3. Asif Ali
  4. Benegal Rama Rau

Answer (3)

List of Indian Ambassadors to Foreign Countries PDF:-Download PDF Here

Aspirants must have a clear idea of the entire syllabus for the various government exams and only then can they start their preparation systematically. So given below are a set of links they can refer to:

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