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This paper mainly examines the influence and contribution of China in South Asia. After the declaration of the ‘Belt Road Initiative’ (BRI), China has driven the strong advancement of infrastructure programmes in the countries of South Asia. Despite China have made a successful condition all through the Indian Ocean Region, pragmatist researchers contend that Beijing's goals are to use this infrastructure to make abroad bases; compromise the influence of India, and expand Chinese influence by challenging the order of the region. At the point when seen in a moderate way, the activity makes open doors for infrastructure advancements, supports multilateral development, and address the disappointment that current worldwide and local organizations might not be able to survive. By choosing perspective to see China's aims, the influences in South Asia can evaluate how to tackle these projects and either support or challenge China.