I am going to answer his question here. The simple answer is, it doesn’t matter.
The Austrian theory of capital is the best one you can find if you really want to grasp how the economy actually works—beyond sterile mathematics and static timeless analysis.
Private investment puts the accumulated wealth of society at the service of the consumer, that is to say, you and I.
Hinduism is antithetical to authority and centralization. It acknowledges the fact that each individual soul is a repository of knowledge and power.
Unlike the socialist BJP manifesto, no Indian scripture or tradition ever called for the confiscation of private property.
Capitalism might have a bad rap, but the data simply doesn’t support the anti-capitalists.