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India is widely believed to have arrived on the international stage. The nation is celebrated for its fastest-growing economies, educated professional class, its own urban-based prosperity, and its Bollywood-fueled cultural influence abroad. But while portions of the country bask in the glow of newfound affluence, others are still toil in the gloom of abject poverty. This other side of India is driven by violence and unrest, which targets the government. Although there was some disagreement over whether it was possible to categorize security threats into internal versus external, it is indisputable that the nation's security challenges are numerous. Thus, this essay will attempt to analyze various safety challenges of India and argue that India's security challenges are more internal. The first portion of the paper deals with defining 'internal' and 'external' security challenges. The second part presents the national and foreign security challenges of India. Then, the third part of the paper asserts about the internal challenges overriding external challenges. Etymologically, security implies the absence of real or perceived dangers whether originating from inner chaos, external resources, or incumbent financial disparities and inequalities. Within the course of the previous two decades, the definition and understanding of security threats have undergone a two-fold transformation. First, the evolution of the global security environment has resulted in a diversification and decentralization of security threats, transcending state boundaries and celebrities, and dispersing across political, economical, social and ecological dimensions. Second--and thus--a major reprioritization of security threats followed, making non-tr...