Basel Mission opened its stations in Western Russia Gold Coast in West Africa followed by China, Latin America and Borneo etc. As India was governed by the British Government and as the main aim of the British Government was trade, it did not encourage any social work, evangelistic work or any agency other than trade. However, the revision of the Chapter 1833 the British Government’s East India Company’s Act was emended which removed this obstacle and opened the doors to non-British Missions to start its stations in India. Taking full advantage of this clearance, Basel Mission sent its first three Missionaries to India.