The Open Society Foundations have been active in India since the 1990s, and have provided funding and support to various NGOs, civil society groups, and human rights activists working on issues such as access to justice, freedom of expression, and the empowerment of marginalized communities.
Soros has also been involved in various political and economic issues related to India. For example, he has been critical of the Indian government's economic policies, particularly with regard to the management of the country's currency and the regulation of foreign investment. In the past, he has also expressed concern about the impact of climate change on India and the need for urgent action to address the issue.
Soros has also faced criticism from some quarters in India. In particular, he has been accused by some conservative groups of using his philanthropic activities to promote a Western liberal agenda and of interfering in India's domestic politics.
These criticisms have been amplified by the broader global debate around the role of foreign funding in civil society and the rise of nationalist and populist politics in India and other countries.