H.E. Bishwadip Dey, High Commissioner of India and the Minister of Public Administration and Communications of T&T the HON. Maxie Cuffie
H.E. Bishwadip Dey, High Commissioner of India, and the Honourable Paula Gopee-Scoon , Minister of Trade and Industry of Trinidad and Tobago
H.E. Bishwadip Dey, High Commissioner of India and The Hon. Minister of Health of Trinidad and Tobago, Mr. Terrence Deyalsingh.
The Honourable Dennis Moses, Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs welcomes H.E. Bishwadip Dey, High Commissioner of India, to Trinidad and Tobago
High Commissioner of India,H.E. Bishwadip Dey addressing the audience at the Hindi Day Celebration
H.E. Bishwadip Dey, High Commissioner of India with Mr.Rajiv Pratap Rudy, Min. of State Skill Development & Entrepreneurship Govt. of India at Piarco International Airport in Trinidad and Tobago
High Commissioner of India,H.E. Bishwadip Dey met Mayor of Chaguanas His Worship Gopaul Boodhan
High Commissioner of India, Bishwadip Dey and His Worship Mayor of Port of Spain Keron Valentine
Presentation of Credentials by H.E. Bishwadip Dey to H.E. Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmona, President of T&T
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.