European Roller (Coracias garrulus) has a very similar breeding range to European Bee-Eater.
It breeds in all but the most northern parts of a region stretching from Western Europe to Central Asia including Kashmir. But unlike European Bee-Eater, the entire global population of European Roller winters in Africa and is a true passage migrant through the Indian Subcontinent.
European Roller may not winter in India but is one of India’s most charismatic passage migrants. Just like Amur Falcon and Common Cuckoo, European Roller also makes the remarkable journey from Central Asia through India and across the Arabian Sea to spend the winter in Africa!
During autumn passage, large numbers of European Rollers pass through northwestern and western India (and smaller numbers through the south) from August to November. During spring passage, the species largely migrates back to its breeding grounds through the Arabian peninsula.