"All wars are based on deception" "The enemy must not know what hit him" These are the two major phrases used in planning a doctrine. The enemy must be killed before he even gets the slightest clue of which direction the attack came from. This can be achieved by using two basic keywords which most of us armchair generals aren't Unfamiliar with. Surprise and Deception. These words and the execution of these two in the battle field and on paper by the military thinkers is what decides how the course of war will be. There are many examples in the modern warfare where both have been equally successful and is hard to separate both surprise and deception. But when planning only one of these can be employed. Deceiving the enemy and overwhelming him is what the military commanders always want to do. But sometimes it backfires. We are here to discuss about how our cold start doctrine works according to these 2 basic words namely "deceit" and "surprise" Deception: This is done mainly by feeding the enemy with false information and making him feel that he is always better placed and over confident. He is made to think that the enemy is no match for him and can be routed out, while he actually dosent see your plan until it is too late either to relocate his troops or establish a proper supply chain to endure the attack. Surprise: This is to keep your enemy guessing till the last moment of your attack and overwhelm him. This is also called as Pre- emptive strike so as to neutralize your enemy's forward defensive posts when he least expects it. We are here to discuss on which part must our doctrine lay more emphasis on and how can we possible do it. Any valid inputs will be valuable.