How well do you know India?

Despite the sub-continent’s relentless growth in the areas of business and commerce, there is still much ignorance around its huge market potential. In a bid to throw light on this rising economy, we at Tat Capital, are looking to share some interesting facts in the form of a quiz. Are you ready for a 5-round rendezvous with India?

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According to the World Economic League (WEL) report, India’s economy is expected to be the third largest in 2032.

Only 4 states had startup policies before the STARTUP INDIA initiative in 2016. Now, a  total of 21 states and Union Territories have startup policies in place. India was home to 3,100 start-ups in 2014 and is projected to climb to more than 11,500 by 2020.

800 leading companies from around the world have set up research and development centres in India.

India moved to 54th rank in Global Innovation Index

The story behind Ola: The cab company was initially called Olatrip.com and was meant to give tour/travel packages for visitors at the Commonwealth Games, 2010 in Delhi. Since public transport in the form of cabs was literally non-existent at the time, founder Bhavish Agarwal decided to cash in on the opportunity. This is how Ola Cabs was founded and through the years, the name changed to Ola.

The Kumbh Mela is the largest gathering of people  visible from space, with more than 75 million pilgrims.

With over 483 million internet users, India is the second largest online market, after China. By 2021, there will be about 635.8 million internet users in India

At an altitude of 2,444 meters, the Chail Cricket Ground in Chail, Himachal Pradesh, is the highest in the world, built in 1893.

Only for India, KFC had to introduce a “vegetarian” menu.

90 countries from all over the world buy software from India.

India’s road network is long enough to loop around Earth over 117 times

Indian Railways has the world’s 4th largest rail network and it employs 1.6 million people. The number of people travelling in Indian Railways is roughly 25 million per day which is like shifting the entire population of Australia