Professor B R Deepak

Professor B. R. Deepak was trained in Chinese history and India-China relations at the Peking University and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and University of Edinburgh, UK. He has been the Nehru and Asia Fellow at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing. Dr. Deepak’s publications include China’s Global Rebalancing and the New Silk Road (2018), My Tryst With China (2017), India and China: Foreign Policy Approaches and Responses(2016), India and China 1904-2004: A Century of Peace and Conflict (2005); India-China Relations in first half of the Twentieth Century (2001); India-China Relations: Future Perspectives (co ed. 2012); India-China Relations: Civilizational Perspective (co ed. 2012) China: Agriculture, Countryside and Peasants (2010). Some of his translations from Chinese to Hindi and English include: Ji Xianlin: A critical Biography (2019) The Core Values of Chinese Civilization (2018), Four Books(2018) The Analects of Confucius(2016) Mencius (2017) ; Chinese Poetry: 1100 BC to 1400 AD (2011), a translation of 88 selected classical poems for which he was awarded the 2011“Special Book Prize of China”; My Life with Kotnis (2006). The author has been a visiting professor at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Tianjin Foreign Studies University, China, Beijing Language and Culture University, China, Doon University, Dehradun India, and Teaching Fellow at the Scottish Centre of Chinese Studies in the University of Edinburgh, UK.