India and United States are at the crossroads of international partnerships. In this regard, India and the United States could not be more alike. Although in economic terms India is only now experiencing faster economic growth, many of us are optimistic that this path will lead to the kind of vibrant and responsive economic structures that now support American markets.
Alongside this economic parallel is the natural bond that flows from being the planet’s largest democracies. India, like the United States has a conglomeration of several races and communities with different religions and creeds. But just as the United States has been welding this large concourse into a national entity, through the cultural unity of ages,
the framework of a national Constitution, and the elements of an industrial structure, India is also a united nation today.