What would India look like, if its land were to be divided in the same manner as its wealth? The second info graphic in the series on India's wealth inequalities illustrates this on a map of India. After we divide India's land between its population in proportion to their wealth, nearly half the country's land will belong to the richest 1%. A quarter of the land will belong to the next 9%. In effect, close to three fourth, i.e., 74% of India's land will be owned by the richest 10% of the population. The remaining one fourth of the land will be left to be shared by the bottom 90% of the population. Those who are the worst are the bottom 50% of the population, who will own just 4.5 % of India’s land.