India is one of the fastest growing countries in the world and the day is not far away, when India will stand in the elite league of Developed Countries. India has 29 states and each of them contributes in India’s GDP. Now the question arises, what is GDP? GDP stands for Gross Domestic Product, which is the total value of all products and services produced in a region, state or country in a particular period of time.

For states, the term used is GSDP, which stands for Gross State Domestic Product, which is same as GDP and the only difference is GDP is used for a country whereas GSDP is used for state.

Well, all the states of the country are progressing day by day but there are few states whose GDSP has been exceptionally well as compared to most of the states.