It is audacious to assume that India will continue to remain rural and it will be almost blasphemous from an economist’s lens, to predict that India is likely to become more rural in the next few decades.
Rurbanisation (reverse-urbanisation) in India is driven by tech-enabled business models and could very well be one of the most important growth drivers for the Indian economy in times to come. The belief and confidence towards India’s rurbanisation arise from the spiked emergence of new age technology-led models in rural India in the last decade.

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