Indian Paradise-Flycatcher (Terpsiphone paradisi), like Indian Golden Oriole, has a widespread breeding range across the Indian Subcontinent and Central Asia. During winter, all populations migrate down to the peninsula.
But the species has a complex story. Breeding populations in the north consist largely of white long-tailed males which are largely absent in the restricted breeding populations in South India and Sri Lanka. Populations in South India and Sri Lanka are supplemented by migratory populations from the north during winter that include the spectacular white-tailed males.