Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Thoughts on Atmanirbhar Bharat in Special Reference Indo-China Dispute

Sunil S. Warbhuvan


The present issue of Indo-China dispute is focusing different aspects like trade, military stand-offs global ambition, international policy, etc. so where do the faultslie in this relation between the two Asian giants, struggling on either side of Himalaya. India and China both are high populated and world’s ancient civilization neighboring countries connected by Buddhism. Presently huge gathering of military forces deployment is being seen at the borders of Leh on the part of China. India become cautious for protecting its sovereignty. Both started rounds of diplomatic dialogue to turn the situation in to peace by discussion. In this research paper it is studied that how Indo-China dispute can be sorted out by adopting middle path solution for welfare of both countries for peace instead of war. On this platform prime minister Narendra Modi started campaign ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ his objective of starting Atmanirbhar Bharat campaign aimed to be that our Nation should be self-reliant with strong socio-economy to make more competent for war. Now here objective and aim are clear but remedy he has not clearly announced. So to achieve objective of making India strong nation through socio-economic development is the basic problem in this study India should think permanent solution. Buddha said ‘Atta Dip Bhava’ which means be a light means self-reliant likewise. In this study Dr. B.R. Ambedkar who was chairman of drafting committee of Indian constitution, his thoughts for permanent solution are directive, beneficial and agreeable in Indian context.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijssr.v9i2.18827


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