As of late, China’s proposition for a Maritime Silk Route (MSR) has been a subject of theory and verbal confrontation. Beijing’s arrangement for a sea foundation passageway in the more extensive Indo-Pacific area, initially proposed by President Xi Jinping’s amid his outing to Southeast Asia in October 2013, has pulled in consideration due to its capability to set up a Chinese a dependable balance in the Indian Ocean. Obviously, China’s effort to India - welcoming it to join the task - has created much logical interest. In the 21st century, a new era marked by the theme of peace, development, cooperation and mutual benefit, it is all the more important for us to carry on the Silk Road Spirit in face of the weak recovery of the global economy, and complex international and regional situations. Aim of this book is to compile material on this fascinating route. The road was built in ancient ages for import of the Chinese silk westwards. The study will provide unique mixture of long forgotten cultures and exotic geography.