Indian Freemasonry

The North Indian freemasonry meets in conference this early 2011. Freemasonry was introduced in India by the British that let, for a long time, the natives out of the Lodges turning them in meeting points of the colonial bureaucracy and the military expats. Following the fall of the British Empire and the self-independence of India, Indian freemasonry took a longtime to request its recognition. The Grand Lodge of India is recognized by some larger Obediences and not by others. Here some pictures of the gathering.