Sri Lanka is a small coastal country and it’s economy is mostly dependant on 2 things: 1) Tourism2) Agriculture 1) Tourism: Tourism contribute around 15% GDP to Sri Lanka economy and it was completely ruined by Covid-19 from 2020 to December 2021.Because of border closed, no tourists were coming to Sri Lanka.This completely hampered the economy as all hotels were closed and millions of people lost their jobs which were dependant upon hotel or restaurant industry.Since no tourists were coming to Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka lost all the Forex income which were coming through those international tourists. 2) Agriculture: Agriculture contribute around 10% GDP to Sri Lanka economy and it was completely ruined by government in 2021 when Sri Lanka government banned import of all fertilizers and asked it’s citizen to completely go for organic forming. Organic forming is very expensive and it reduces the production by 30%.Because of this less production hampered the economy and it forced Sri Lanka government to spend a lot of money on importing agricultural products from other nations. Lessons to learn from Sri Lanka: 1) Do not depend too much on those things which are related to other nations. For example: Sri Lanka was too much dependant upon foreign tourism which is very volatile as it can be easily stopped in some situations like Covid and other reasons. 2) Do not take any decision which impact your production for anythings without proper data analysis.For example: Sri Lanka was too much dependant upon foreign tourism which is very volatile as it can be easily stopped in some situations like Covid and other reasons. Now let’s see about India. India is very big country and Indian economy is mostly dependant on 3 things: 1) IT Software2) Agriculture3) Business Exports 1) IT Software: India has one of the largest talent IT Software resources. Thousands of MNC companies have opened their offices in Indian cities like Bengaluru, Chennai, Mumbai etc. Day by day it’s growing very fast and it is providing jobs to millions of Indians every year in India as well as abroad. This is one the great source of income for Indian Economy.Since whole world growing towards digitization, this field is going to grow day by day.Even in Covid period couldn’t impact this field as this field is not impacted by borders.Now India is one of the second highest Unicorn startup and it created 30 Unicorn companies which got more than 30$ Billion investment from international investors. 2) Agriculture: India has around 30-40% of land which is used for farming and because of high technology, the production is increasing day by day.Since India is a very big country, it is exporting a variety of food products to across a lot of country which is a very big source of income from other countries.Even in Covid period India didn’t face any issue for food production. 3) Business Exports: India has a lot of big businesses which are doing huge exports to other nations and earning a lot of Forex reserves. Conclusion: India have one the highest Forex reserves as of 2022 in the world which 600$ Billion.Having this huge Forex have kept India a very stable economic nation.India is now 6th largest economy in the world.India is now slowly slowly moving towards producing and manufacturing everything in India instead of importing from China.Last 10 years, India have created so many manufacturing units like Xiomi in India itself and one the biggest Samsung manufacturing unit in Noida. This have given a lot of jobs to Indian people as well as it have made us self sufficient.Now India is one of the second highest Unicorn startup and it created 30 Unicorn companies which got more than 30$ Billion investment from international investors.Why INDIA can be the next semiconductor hub for the future?