What you didn’t know about the Making of India

There are several books published by Indian as well as foreign writers that briefly summarize the socio-economic conditions of the country. Of the renowned writers who have contributed to the growth of the Indian economy, very few have been able to capture the perfect scenario. One such writer who has managed to pull off this great feat is Akhilesh Tilotia, and the book we are talking about is ‘The Making of India.’

The Making of India seems to archive the journey of India’s demographic dividend across the different phases of transitions that have occurred in the economy. He has spoken about the forces that have shaped India’s job market, its residential establishments, industries, and agriculture. Moreover, it includes in its equation the impact that rest of the world has on the economy, thereby forecasting the unexplored opportunities and challenges for both citizens and government.

India is known to suffer from a significant public failure cost caused by national debt which was borrowed to construct roads, water, education, health and security. The economy has largely suffered because Indians the prices have been kept low for managing the needs of the poor class. As a result, we could find the distortions in the pricing of goods and services throughout the history since the day India got independence.

Currently, India has moved from the shackles of rural establishments to the setups of cities. There are several reforms in the economy that have caused the growth of numerous industries, thus giving rise to a number of jobs. The book also takes an in-depth look into the social, political and economic transformation that has occurred in the country over a period of time. This is the only economic book that has been responsible for spreading awareness about the country’s economic health. With writers like Akhilesh coming into the picture, the day is not far when every citizen is aware of how the country’s economy functions.

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