National Institute of Rock Mechanics, Bangalore, India is actively involved in conducting in-situ stress measurements for numerous projects both in India and its neighboring countries for the last 30 years. The stress measurements were conducted at various hydroelectric project sites of Himalayan areas at a depth of 350 m from the surface and recently in-situ stress measurements were carried out at a depth of 600 m from the surface at one of the proposed mining blocks of Singareni Collieries Company Limited which is first time in India. With the available data on in-situ stress measurements, the Stress Map of India has been prepared. This is a significant contribution towards design and development of World Stress Map. These stress orientation directions are advantageously useful not only for academic study and research but also for gathering the enormous information on a global perspective to comprehend the geodynamics and plate movement.