The young entrepreneurs heading back to Indian homeland
bbc / Rajini Vaidyanathan

As India's economy grows, tens of thousands of young Indians who have studied overseas are heading back to their homeland, drawn by rising living standards. It's a phenomenon known as the reverse brain drain.

"There were many people who thought I was stupid for not settling there and having a house in the suburbs," says Janki Shah as she reflects on her decision to move back to India from the United States.

But for Janki the lure of picket fences and neatly manicured lawns wasn't enough to keep her in America.

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