Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, has once again set the world stage ablaze with his confidence and stamina – he is at ease with several cultural worlds, international diplomacy, and of course business and investment proposals, managing all with a punishing schedule of meetings and speeches. He met with 47 CEOs in New York and the best of technology entrepreneurs in California. His visit reinforced the economic relationship of the two largest democracies of the world, unlocked new avenues of partnerships and sent strong signals to the world community about India being the next world engine of growth. The technology entrepreneurs of Silicon Valley shared their promise of assisting India transform into a smart and digital country. With the investment support Modi has garnered in the US, if India pushes through the much-needed economic reforms, within ten years it should emerge as the third-largest economy after the US and China.