Yes, the NHS recommends being up to date with all routine vaccines and getting India-specific travel vaccinations before leaving the UK.
Traveller’s Diarrhoea is very common among travellers. Causes can range from viral or bacterial infections to just a difference in cuisine. But, no matter how it happens, travellers’ diarrhoea can ruin your trip. To avoid this, avoid street food, only drink bottled water, and eat in clean and hygienic cafes.
Certain areas are considered high risk for malaria. Check with your travel clinic specialist to find out which places in India have regular outbreaks of malaria.
The yellow fever vaccine is not required for travellers visiting India unless you are coming from a country where yellow fever is prevalent.