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05: The seekers and the consumers…

Deprived/Destitute: They earn less than 90,000 Indian rupees a year ($1,969 per household, or about a dollar per person per day) estimated to be 210 million (23.3%)
Aspirers: households earning between 90,000 and 200,000 rupees ($1,969-$4,376) per year. 275 million people (30.5 %)
Seekers: earning between 200,000 and 500,000 rupees ($4,376- $10,941) 275 million people (30.5 %)
Strivers: with incomes of between 500,000 and 1 million rupees ($10,941-$21,882) 150 million people (16.66%,)
(below the poverty line in the United States, but at ppp the income of the seekers and strivers is $23,000 to $118,000)
Global Indians, earning more than 1 million rupees ($21,882, or $118,000, taking into account the cost of living) about 6 million (0.066 %).

SourceThe Indian National Council of Applied Economic Research