This research discusses the Indian perspective on China-Pakistan economic corridor, emphasizing what is the Indian perspective on CPEC and why India is opposed to the gigantic project. Secondly, it explores what Pakistan and China can do and secure this project. And finally, it also explores the benefits of CPEC for India if it decides to join it. The study maintains that India, from its beginnings, has cast a negative eye on the CPEC project, that it actively supports the separatist groups in Pakistan to carry out terrorist attacks against the Chinese and CPEC workers to frustrate Pakistan and China and make it unsuccessful, but China and Pakistan must be extremely vigilant to thwart Indian attempts. Secondly, it is also hypothesized that India will benefit if it agrees to join it. The United States has openly criticised the project, ultimately supporting the Indian position that Pakistan and China. The article operationalizes the descriptive and analytical investigation while using both primary and secondary data for empirical analysis. Primary data is obtained from the websites of CPEC, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan and China. While secondary literature is attained from China, Pakistan, India and western sources obtainable acquiescently in the form of commentaries, articles, books, discussion papers, reports and reviews.