The India-US Forum is a platform for both American and Indian leaders from across the spectrum to shape the future of India-US strategic partnership through consultation and collaboration. It is convened by the Ananta Centre and Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India. The discussions are held under Chatham House Rule and participation, by invitation only, is limited to select eminent personalities from each side.


  • Forward looking discussions with specific action points.
  • New ideas for bilateral and multilateral cooperation 
  • New ideas on how to expand relations for the long-term 
  • Identify new areas of collaboration and ways to move beyond the potential roadblocks.

The India US Forum 2020





Launched in 2017 as a partnership between Ananta Centre and the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, The India-US Forum is a unique, one of its kind, closed door gathering with limited participation by invitation only. Eminent, handpicked representatives of both governments, parliament, industry, think tanks and academia gather at the Forum to exchange ideas, build mutual trust and develop a joint agenda for future cooperation. The discussions are held under the Chatham House rule. 




Convened by

All International

  • The Growth Net Summit
    This forum aims at intensifying engagement between India and countries of the new constellation of growth.
  • India–US Forum
    This dialogue platform aims to promote greater cooperation between the two countries.
  • Strategic Dialogues
    These Track 2 Dialogues with international partners aim to strengthen India’s bilateral and multilateral relations.
  • Ambassador Series
    This moderated conversations with Ambassadors help participants understand the different facets of India's ties with other countries.
  • Foreign Policy Lectures
    The series is an opportunity for students and researchers to interact with thought leaders and understand India’s prime foreign policy challenges and opportunities.