Instead of looking at the dominant interpretation of Marx which locates him as a class reductionist, it is necessary to see Marx – in fact the original Marx – who exists at the “margins”. This chapter elaborates on what this “Marx at the Margins” means where it is necessary not just to look at capital and class but to look beyond them in order to understand what Marx implied for Asia and for the whole world. This chapter outlines Marx’s view on India, where he stated that “India is now out best ally”. It is with the consequent exiting of Eurocentrism that we are able to both understand the original humanist and internationalist Marx, as well as usher in global revolutions.