The validity of a foreign divorce decree in India depends on various conditions as per the Indian law. According to the Indian Civil Procedure Code, the foreign divorce decree is valid in India only if the decree has been granted by a court of competent jurisdiction. The decree must be given on a reasonable ground recognized under Indian divorce laws. Even if these two conditions are met, the validity of the decree can still be challenged on the grounds of principles of natural justice. For instance, if the divorce decree was obtained fraudulently without giving a fair chance to both parties, it can be contested in an Indian court. It is also necessary that the divorce granted should not go against any existing Indian laws such as the Hindu Marriage Act or the Special Marriage Act. Therefore, the validity of a foreign divorce decree in India relies heavily on these factors, and each case is treated separately based on its unique circumstances.