Seven years up to now, solely 19% of India’s 1.three billion people had entry to the net. That decide now stands at practically 60%.
It’s all part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s formidable plan to make India a trillion-dollar digital monetary system.
The BBC’s Shruti Menon travelled all through the nation to judge the success of the programme and to see the way in which it has reworked people’s lives.
She moreover explored the challenges the federal authorities is coping with as a result of it continues to connect hundreds and hundreds.
Produced by Aakriti Thapar; Filmed and edited by Saraskanth TK