Many people credit India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi with igniting fire in the belly of the country's citizens.
He has made bold promise to transform and revolutionize India into a business-friendly, tech-savvy, industrial nation -- he's India's version of the staunchly pro-business, former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, if you will.
But if you follow Modi's moves closely, you'll find that it's his right hand man, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who is the driving force behind the Prime Minister. Jaitley is not only managing the books, he's also figuring out which pro-growth projects to invest in to ensure India will achieve economic success.
Investors are impressed -- India's leadership team has invigorated the financial community. Prior to being elected in 2014, markets moved higher on the mere whisper that Modi was leading the polls.
Even after he came to power, investors continued to pour money into Indian stocks and ETFs. Over the past 12 months, the Bombay Sensex has gained roughly 30 percent, making it one of the year's best performing emerging markets.