<b>Strategies of Modi’s Government on Agriculture and Rural Development Programs for Viksit Bharat 2047 Policy Framework and Execution</b> Development concept should help attain broad based economic growth to ensure balanced development across all regions and states and across sectors. This implies acceptance new technologies promotion innovation and up skilling. The strategy when implemented, will bridge the gap between public and private sector performance. The Prime Minister has determined on putting in place a ‘development state’ in place of the ‘soft state’ that this government had inherited. In this context, the government has focused on the efficient delivery of public services, rooting out corruption and black economy, formalizing the economy and expanding the tax base, improving the ease of doing business, nurture the stressed commercial banking sector back to a healthy state, and stopping leakages through direct benefit transfers and widespread use of the JAM trinity. The government of India’s determined vision to transform the nation into an urbanized entity by the centenary of its independence in 2047 encompassing diverse facets of development such as economic prosperity, social advancement, environmental sustainability, and effective governance. This vision underscores the critical juncture at which India currently stands. Realizing this vision demands staunch dedication, a firm belief in India’s destiny and a profound recognition of the vast potential talent and capabilities of its people, particularly the youth. With the largest demographic share, the youth are positioned as the vanguard in leading India two words recessive Bharat by 2047. In this context this paper would enlighten about the practical suggestions for bringing in changes in India pertaining to various sectors i.e. economical, agricultural, urban housing development. It would lead to holistic well being of citizens in India and positively would help our Government of India to achieve the vision of “Viksit Bharat 2047. Agriculture, Economy, Environment, Governance, and Urban House 1-7 Issue-3 Volume-8 Jayaprada Sahoo | Dr. Suresh Vadranam