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The rationale behind the request is: "Being an Indian, I think I can comfortably read the texts".
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World Economic History : GDP India and World
According to economic historianAngus Maddison in his book The World Economy: A Millennial Perspective, India was the richest country in the world and had the world's largest economy during 0 BCE and 1000 BCE. Also for most of the period when China was the dominant economy in the world, India held the second position of the largest economy.
(Economic facts and statistics are missing in economic section and Wikipedia article. Include the above reality into India main wikipedia article.)
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