The UK is fabulously well endowed with Indian and India inspired art . I reviewed many exhibitions including Dancing with the Gods at the RA

http://www.oxfordtimes.co.uk/news/1146405.Dancing_with_gods/

and  Visions of Mughal India at the Ashmolean.

https://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/9535251.passage-india/

The latter was the collection of Indian miniatures of  the artist Howard Hodgkin whose own work was inspired by India. Of the later paintings, I enjoyed Brahma, Creator of the Universe (1720). I love Howard Hodgkin description of drawing as  ‘the most naked of visual arts.’

The V&A and the Ashmolean both have fine collections. https://www.vam.ac.uk/collections/south-asia

In the V&A my favourite is this C12th Shiva from Tamil Nadu

Travelling around the UK you will stumble across many Sezincote http://www.sezincote.co.uk/  is a bit of India planted in Gloucestershire. Brighton Pavilion  is a delightful mixture  of India and China . In Bristol you  bump into the statue of Raj Mohan Roy where the father of modern India died . In the little village of Stoke Row in Oxfordshire you can visit the Maharaja’s Well.  I rarely meet Indian tourists interested in these things. Why is that?