@abc: it is best if you walk into an advocate's office with all your papers and discuss with him/her. The issue here is that you have consented your daughter to your husband's custody during the divorce proceedings. Your husband has legally taken the child with him to pursue his career. Your daughter did not seem to have made any witness/affidavit in the court saying that she wants to be with you or she wants to visit you. Those statements seem to have been made only to you, and based on those statements you moved the court for the interim custody. There does not seem to be any contempt of court here, as he has not been served those orders.
You will only get correct answer, only after carefully reading various court orders with exact dates of the events.
You can file Habeas Corpus if there is an element of removal of the child illegally. Please note that the "Ordinary residence" of the child is US now with her father.
Someone reading all the court orders, will be able to determine if Habeas Corpus is appropriate or if you need to move the family/session's court for modification of the original custody orders.
Since you also mentioned that you did not want the custody of the child in view of the welfare of the child. It looks like you only want some visitation rights or keep some telephonic contact with her. Is this something you can negotiate with your ex-husband via mediation ? You can save all the advocates money and with that money you can travel to US to visit you daughter instead. As a reciprocal agreement, he might bring her here once in a while, if you are not too offensive to him.
You should have added sufficient clauses in the divorce settlement that he would inform you when he changes his place or moves the child out of the currently known location. Please read the Supreme court judgement regarding a similar case :
Absence of terms and conditions in the divorce decree does not disentitle you to file a petition under section 26 to modify your existing custody orders.
The above thread https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/SC-judgement-on-Visitation-rights-24654.asp should educate you sufficiently as to what could still be done.