It is likely that when you try to apply for a license in Indiana their Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) will check with the National Driver Register (NDR) and find that your license has been revoked in Tennessee.
The NDR is a central database of information on problems drivers, meaning motorists, whose license is revoked, suspended, canceled or denied or has been convicted of a serious traffic related offense. All 51 US jurisdictions provide information to the NDR and can search the database for information on drivers applying for a driver's license.
Indiana might allow you to obtain a restricted license or provisional permit while you work on getting your Tennessee revocation issues cleared up. You will need to discuss your situation with the IN BMV to find out for certain what your options are.