Is there any organization of KDE developers in India? If its not I would like you to take such a initiative, India surely promises to be a great hub of developers, but just that they need the motivation and getting started...
well, i have never even been to India (something i'd like to rectify someday), let alone live there or speak the language or have the perspective available to me to deeply understand what the KDE related needs in India are. but there are people in India who do KDE software development and i'm sure that there are a huge number of users there as well. any sort of KDE India initiative really ought to be undertaken both those who are there and interested in KDE as they will be able to do the best possible job. if you happen to be an Indian KDE user or developer and are interested in getting this ball rolling, feel free to contact me by email and i'd be more than happy to point you in the right directions to get you started.
we have a number of such regional KDE groups around the world and they provide a truly valuable set of services. by offering support and education in the local language(s) they open up the world of KDE to those who may not speak English, speak it fluently or who just plain prefer things in their mother tongue. these groups also ensure that KDE is well represented at local technology conferences and build relationships with the wider local community. some of them even host KDE developer conferences, as KDE Netherlands has done with the KDE PIM project. and of course, it's also great to be able to get together in person with others interested in KDE. all of these things are often done most effectively at the regional level.
as KDE continues to grow, these regional groups are going to become ever more important as the the primary means of interface between the software that is KDE and various regional groups of people.
if there isn't one in your country or region, think about starting one. you won't have to invent the wheel on your own, as we have some great examples of regional groups that you can model your own organization and activities after.