Panchsheel Policy (English)
Contributed by: Tapan K Sarma(তপন কুমাৰ শৰ্মা) on 2016-07-02
1. Political Science(Abstract Noun) The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, known in Nepal and India as the (from Sanskrit, panch: five, sheel: virtues), are a series of principles which formed the bedrock of the relationship between India and the People`s Republic of China. Their first formal codification in treaty form was in an agreement between China and India in 1954. They were enunciated in the preamble to the "Agreement (with exchange of notes) on trade and intercourse between Tibet Region of China and India", which was signed in Peking on 29 April 1954. This agreement stated the five principles as: Mutual respect for each other`s territorial integrity and sovereignty. Mutual non-aggression. Mutual non-interference in each other`s internal affairs. Equality and cooperation for mutual benefit. Peaceful co-existence. ভাৰত আৰু চীনৰ মাজত স্বাক্ষৰিত হোৱা পাঁচ দফীয়া বৈদেশিক নীতি৷