In November 2016, India's government shocked the country when it announced that a massive 85% of banknotes were no longer legal tender. The move, championed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, aimed to stamp out corruption and the black market. More recently, Modi addressed the nation once again, exposing his vision of a "digital India" and prompting people to download a virtual wallet for cashless transactions. But is this revolution too much too soon for the average Indian?
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Elom Marcel Toble.
Economist and India specialist