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  • India at 2047 could be in the range of $40-$50 trillion developed economy. For reference, US today is a $25 trillion economy and China is a $17 trillion.
  • The per capita income would be around $25,000-$35,000. For comparison, Greece, Hungary & Poland have a per capita of around $20,000 today, Spain, Taiwan & South Korea have a per capital of around $30,000-$36,000, and China has a per capita of $12,000 and Chile $16,000.
  • Amrit Kaal vision provides for 4 growth engines:
  • E1 - PM GatiShakti: Infrastructure development
  • E2 - Inclusive Development: Increasing buying power of the citizens
  • E3 - Productivity Enhancement: Digital ecosystem & reforms
  • E4 - Financing of Investments: Capital availability
  • The 4 engines firing in sync could accelerate Bharat into the top 3 economies of the World as early as 2027-30 and could even become #1 or #2 by 2047.



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Live Performance vs 

Equity Large Cap

Current value of ₹ 100 invested once
at launch

Aug 15, 2022

would be
Omni Bharat Amrit Kaal
₹ 241.98
Equity Large Cap
₹ 124.52

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