The India Central Territory comprises three regions – North Tamil Nadu (Madras-Chennai), Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Salvation Army work commenced at Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh in 1895 by Staff Captain Abdul Aziz, a person of Muslim background, with his friend Mahanada. Captain Abdul attended a revival meeting led by Captain Henry Bullard in 1884 at Bangalore and subsequently dedicated himself to be a Salvation Army officer. The territory was named the India Central Territory in 1992, with its headquarters at Madras (Chennai).

Territorial Headquarters: 15/31 Ritherdon Road, Vepery, Chennai 600 007, India

Postal address:
    PO Box 453
    Chennai 600 007

Tel address: Salvation Chennai 600 007
tel: [91] (0044) 2532 3148
fax: [91] (0044) 2532 5987
email: ICT_mail@ICT.salvationarmy.org

States included in the territory: Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu

Languages in which the gospel is preached: English, Tamil, Telugu

Periodicals: Home League Magazine, Udyogasthudu, Yovana Veerudu, Yudha Dwani