The Embassy of India in Washington, D.C. is the diplomatic mission of the Republic of India to the United States. It is headed by the Indian Ambassador to the United States. The current Ambassador is Taranjit Singh Sandhu. India also has consulates-general in Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, New York City and San Francisco which are all associated with the Indian Embassy. The chancery is hosted in two interconnected structures. The older one was built in 1885, and had four floors added to it in 1907. Physician T. Morris Murray had the other one finished in 1901, using granite and limestone in a French style. It was owned by numerous elites over the years, with the building becoming known as Depew House after one of its last former owners, May Palmer Depew, the widow of Chauncey Depew. After she died in 1940, it was leased out to other tenants until the Indian government bought it in 1946 and connected the two buildings. More information...

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