R.Balaji and Dr.J.Vijayadurai
Inclusive financial growth is the growth of economy and benefit of the every section of society. It connects with the macro and micro economic growth. Macro economy relates to the gross domestic product and gross national product whereas; micro economy includes change form of framework of the society. Sometimes it is difficult to manage the inclusive growth due to the uncertain negative changes in economy. And for example of this the main problem to obstruct in the economic growth of India is corruption. At the same, it effects the social livelihood; e.g. production, market, consumption, employment help to create good opportunity for the poor people to live with a high standard. It also emphasizes that we can find out the best solution only when we the inequality between rich and poor household people in the society.