While the modern capitalist economy is based upon the exploitation of weaker nations, India, since times immemorial, preached and practised the philosophy of welfare of all. Based upon the ancient Indian wisdom contained in the Vedic aphorisms like ‘Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah’ (Let all be blessed), ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ (World is one family), ‘Ahimsa Paramodharmah’ (Non-violence is the supreme dharma), ‘Mitrasya Chakshusha Samikshamahe’ (Look at the world with friendly eyes), ‘Ano Bhadrah Kratavo Yantu Vishwatah’ (Let noble thoughts come from all sides), the book, ‘India’s Vision for Global Prosperity’ is the compilation of views expressed by Mumbai-based veteran freedom fighter, nationalist thinker and writer Shri Anand Shankar Pandya on diverse issues. What makes the book tremendously relevant today is the fact that some of the views and ideas expressed by Shri Pandya during the 1970s are reflected in the policies of the present Union Government headed by Shri Narendra Modi. These views were published in leading newspapers like The Indian Express, The Sunday Mail, The Observer, The Times of India, Organiser, DNA, Free Press Journal, ABP, NBT, etc. in the form of articles, interviews, speeches and even advertisements.