The BCCI has invited Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Zaka Ashraf to watch the IPL final to be played in Chennai on May 27.
Ashraf confirmed that he received the invitation from the Indian board a few days ago.
Recently, the BCCI had announced that it had no objection to the participation of Pakistan T20 title-holders Sialkot Stallions in this year's Champions League Twenty20 tournament, a move welcomed by the PCB.
The PCB had been pushing for the inclusion of a side from Pakistan, the only major Test-playing nation to not have had teams in the CLT20 since its inception.
Sialkot were invited to the inaugural edition of the tournament towards the end of 2008, but it was put off after the terror attacks in Mumbai in November that year.
Those attacks strained political relations between India and Pakistan and, subsequently, bilateral cricketing ties between the two countries were severed.
Pakistan players - with the exception of Azhar Mahmood who also has a British passport have not been a part of the IPL since.