Hi Kaytee. Unfortunately you can't assume that paying tax in India on your Indian earnings means they aren't in scope of UK tax, and likewise you cannot assume that paying tax in the UK on your UK earnings means those earnings are not within scope of Indian tax. Each country has its own tax rules and if you are tax resident in a particular country, your starting point should be that you are liable to tax in that country on your worldwide income. You'll therefore need to understand what your residence position is under (a) UK law, (b) Indian law and potentially (c) the terms of the double tax agreement between UK and India (if you are resident in both). Once you understand this you'll then be able frame whether the question is whether your Indian earnings are taxable in the UK, or whether your UK earnings are taxable in India.
This is just a UK forum so we cannot advise on the position under Indian domestic law. If you are resident in the UK, then the Indian earnings may not necessarily be taxable in the UK (for example, if you are not UK domiciled and the earnings are not taxable in the UK under the remittance basis). Alternatively, it may be the case that the Indian earnings are actually exempt from Indian tax under the terms of the double tax agreement. In either case you would not have a double tax situation. If you do have a situation where you end up paying double tax, relief would generally be available.
This can be complex so you should seek professional advice in both countries to ensure you are compliant.