India finds itself in an increasingly changing and ever evolving world system, one having trouble with converging on different platforms, having economic woes and a world which is fragmented in terms of policies and approaches to common problems. The aim is to move ahead with partner nations in different projects, which focus the aspirations of the nations involved and lead to a global scale development. India as a country, throughout history, has performed greatly when well connected globally. Since the ancient times, the nation has acted as an important trading, economic and knowledge hub for others and in fact, it has been in India’s culture to seek a global family throughout its existence. This has been expounded through a much discussed and appraised concept of Vasudhaiva Kuṭumbakam, which means ‘The world is a family’.