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Hindi Chini bhai bhai, through the ages

From The Indian Express archives, moments in history where the two giants of Asia, India and China, have come close and broken the cold Himalayan wall that separates them.

From The Indian Express archives, moments in history where the two giants of Asia, India and China, have come close and broken the cold Himalayan wall that separates them.

First Indian Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru conversation with two students from China. (Source: Express archive photo)

Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao had a meeting with the Chairman National people's congress Diao Shi at the Fujian hall of the Great hall of people in Beijing on 07.09.1993. Agency photo

Former prime minsiter PV Narasimha Rao meeting with Prime Minister of Peoples Rupublic China Li Peng at Beijing on 06.09.1993. (Source: Express archive photo)

Former prime minister PV Narasimha Rao along with the Prime Minister of the peoples Rupublic of China Li Peng inspecting the guard of Honour at Beijing (China). Radio photo on 07.09.1993

‌India's then prime minister PV Narasimha Rao had a meeting with the Prime Minister of the peoples Republic of Chine Li Peng at the state guest house in Beijing on 06.09.1993. (Source: Radio photo)

India's then external affairs Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee being received by Chinese foreign Minister Hvany Huo on arrival at Peking. Express archive photo

Ceremonial/reception was accorded to the Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao at the Eastern Plaza of the Great hall of people Narasimha Rao is being received by the Prime Minister of the people's Republic of China LI Peng on 06.09.1993. (Source: Radio photo)

India's then Prime Minsiter Indira Gandhi signing the condolence book at the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi on 11.09.1976. Express archive photo

Wei Yung Ching cousul in charge for China in Bombay, Padmaja Devi who gave a recital of classical dances at the function, veteran actor Prithviraj Kapoor and Dr Mrs Wal at foder college in Bombay. (Source: Expess archive photo on 05.10.1956)

Marshal Yen Chien Ying vice chairman of the National Defence council of the people's Republic China and others members of the Chinese armed forces delegation now in India visited RK studio at Chembur in Bombay on the occasson actor Raj Kapoor presented Marshal Yen with an address encased in a gold and silver casket a replica of the Ashoka pillar yen presented Raj Kapoor with a portrait of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru woven on silk, Vijaylakshmi, Mala Sinha and Nirupa Roy is also seen in the picture. (Source: Express archive photo on 21.02.1968)