I know there is one Hindi translation by William Carey but that is such an old translation that the Hindi used in that is no longer spoken in India.
Is there any institution that has translated or is translating the Bible to Indian languages from Textus Receptus?
The Trinitarian Bible Society use Textus Receptus for all their translations. They issued a new Nepali translation in 2011, but I don't know if any other Indian languages, apart from Nepali have one..tbsbibles.org/uk/news/translation– davidlolAug 24, 2017 at 19:48
A link to a pdf file of the gospel of John from that Nepali translation is here: tbsbibles.site-ym.com/news/333203/TBS-Nepali-Scriptures.htm– Bit ChaserDec 24, 2017 at 2:22
There is a relatively recent Nepali translation by the Trinitarian Bible society, as described in this news item. The gospel of John can be downloaded from here (pdf). Thanks to davidlol for the link.
In Hindi, I could only find this old 1851 Bible described on Reddit, translated the Bible from the Textus Receptus in 1851 by William Carey and others.
The Presbyterian Mission Press published a complete Hindi translation in 1851 that used the received text for the NT. William Carey played a key role in its early development. You can download electronic versions from archive.org.
And indeed,this page on Archive.org has a Hindi Bible you can read or download.