The Relationship Between Nepal and India Has Several Facets, Including Historical, Social,
Political, and Cultural. Open Borders and People-To-People Familial and Cultural Exchanges Are Hallmarks
Of the Friendship and Cooperation Between the Two Countries. As a Starting Point, We Examine The
Problems In the Historical Narratives That Portray Nepal-India Ties As Founded on Mutual Respect For Each
Other's Sovereignty, Which Not Only Risks Establishing Stereotypes But Also Leaves It Incomplete And
Misleading. Though some Parts of Nepal-India Ties Extend Back to Before the Contemporary Nation-State,
Any History of These Connections Which Fails to Acknowledge India As a Hegemon That Interferes In
Nepal's Internal Affairs and Blocks Nepal's Social, Economic, and Political Development Is Incomplete.
From a Neocolonial Perspective, We Show How India Has Infringed on Nepal's Sovereignty And
Independence In Many Ways and Circumstances. Nepal and India Have Also Exchanged High-Level Visits.
In 2015, Nepal Enacted a New Constitution and Put It into Effect. However, India Placed a Unilateral
Boycott Because It Was Unhappy With some of the Content. It Was Later Normalised Between Nepal And
India and the Limpiyadhura-Lipulekh Boundary Dispute Resurfaced. the Most Important Question Is What
Has Happened to the Historical Ties That Were Based Upon? This Study Examines the Historical
Relationship Between India and Nepal, As Well As the Current State of Affairs.