What is the "Indian style" of mathematics?
Are Indian mathematicians better at Analysis, Algebra, Topology, Number Theory?

I guess you have never heard of ISI and CMI. It's obvious you don't have a solid background in mathematics, otherwise you wouldn't make such a laughable statement. Every single top mathematics and statistics department in usa has people who did their undergrad in India.
Can't recall a single good Indian mathematician in recent times who did their BS in India. Honestly, if you're good at math in India, you do engineering. Not math.

I guess you have never heard of ISI and CMI. It's obvious you don't have a solid background in mathematics, otherwise you wouldn't make such a laughable statement. Every single top mathematics and statistics department in usa has people who did their undergrad in India.
Can't recall a single good Indian mathematician in recent times who did their BS in India. Honestly, if you're good at math in India, you do engineering. Not math.
Who are Indian BS math degree holder faculty at MIT,Princeton or Harvard ?

^ You are correct. Possibly these schools don't have Indian BS holders. India only produces like 50 students every year who have the opportunity to go to top PhD programs. There are ample in top schools. I was responding to c3d9 who possibly has never heard of CR Rao, SRS Vardhan, or Sourav Chatterjee.