Indianisation also known as Indianization, may refer to the spread of Indian languages, culture, diaspora, cuisines, economic reach and impact.
Historical spread of Indian culture beyond India proper:
- Indomania or Indophilia refers to the special interest that Indian culture has generated in the world, more specifically the western world.
- Greater India
- Indianisation of Southeast Asia
Indian economic impact on the world
Impact of Economy of India on world economy as well as globalisation:
- Production in India, one of the top producer and consumer country
Global Indian diaspora is world's largest diaspora, which includes NRIs, OCI, PIO, and mixed races:
- British colonial era diaspora
- Coolies and Girmityas, such as Indian South Africans, Malaysian Indians, Indo-Caribbeans, Indo-Fijians, Mauritians of Indian origin, Indian diaspora in Southeast Africa, Indian Singaporeans
- Anglo-Indians, such as Eurasians in Singapore, Irish Indians, Luso-Indian, Macanese people, Scottish-Indian
- Foreign-origin religions diaspora of overseas Indians
- Global influence of Indian diaspora organisations and lobby groups