You have asked a question in your previous post that whether the Indian court will accept this unattended divorce decree, which implies that this is an exparte divorce, hence before posting the information, you may recheck whether the information provided by you are facts or whether you have posted the proper information because you will be getting misguiding opinions and suggestions on the basis of the information provided by you in your query.
In India there is no enactment dealing directly with the recognition of foreign decrees of divorce and judicial Separation- except the provisions in section 13 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 and Section 41 of Indian Evidence Act, 1872, which are general in character and do not deal specifically with the problem of recognition of divorces.
The ground of divorce in the decision of the foreign court should be a ground available under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. For instance, if the ground of the foreign decree was cruelty on the applicant, this would be acceptable, as “cruelty” is a stated ground under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. But the same cannot be said for “irretrievable breakdown of marriage”, as this is not a ground under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.
Recognition of decrees and orders passed by foreign courts remains an eternal dilemma inasmuch as whenever called upon to do so, courts in this country are bound to determine the validity of such decrees and orders keeping in view the provisions of Section 13 CPC
Therefore you may ascertain the facts and the validity of the divorce decree passed in Gulf country in India before withdrawing the current divorce case in India.