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You would need a lawyer to do the power of attorney. If your attorney says that the court in India will accept a US Power of Attorney form, you can do it yourself with a form from the US State you are living in at http://powerofattorney.com/general/ and then take it to a local notary to sign in front of the notary (most banks have a notary service for customers) and then send it back to your attorney.If an apostille is required, you need to use one of the services I mentioned above.