Today, beauty is a major industry with the promise of millions of new jobs and billions of dollars.
It is a huge opportunity.
But in India, where the birth rate is lower than the global average, and the population is ageing and growing, it is a problem for the economy, according to a study by the India Policy Research Institute.
India’s beauty industries have not created enough jobs for the new workforce.
They are, in fact, slowing down.
India’s beauty industry, with its unique blend of beauty products, has a long history and rich cultural roots.
Its origin is in the ancient Indian civilisation known as the Aryans, which thrived for about 2,000 years.
The Aryans were the first people to use the word beauty to describe their appearance, a concept that has become synonymous with the concept of beauty.
The term came into general use in the 15th century, according the Institute’s 2016 report, Beauty and the World.
In the 19th century it became synonymous with beauty.
Today, the term beauty is part of the world’s lexicon.
It refers to a variety of visual and verbal messages that aim to convey to an audience a certain sense of what a person looks like, how they feel and feel about themselves, the Institute said.
The beauty industry in India is an important part of our economy.
The Indian government has invested heavily in beautification initiatives, and has implemented a number of policies to support this sector.
In 2014, the country’s prime minister launched a major campaign aimed at attracting more foreign tourists to India, according a government website.
In the past decade, India has seen a boom in the beauty industry with many companies looking to expand their presence in the country.
India is one of the top three markets for foreign beauty products in the world.
In 2014, India exported more than $3 billion worth of beauty goods to China and the United States, the biggest foreign purchases of Indian products in 2017.
The beauty industry is also the largest in the United Arab Emirates.
The Institute’s report said India’s economic growth has slowed significantly, with growth stagnating at 7.9% in 2016 and falling to 7.4% in 2017, the first time the economy’s gross domestic product growth has declined since 2013.
Growth in manufacturing and services, the two sectors that account for much of the growth, has also slowed.
In contrast, the beauty and lifestyle sectors have seen growth in the past few years.
According to the Institute, India is the second-most-beautiful country in the Asia Pacific region, after Singapore.
In 2017, India had the fifth-highest number of beauty tourists in the region.
But the country is not as successful as other Asia Pacific nations.
According to the institute, India’s gross merchandise exports to China were $17.3 billion in 2016, the fourth-largest amount.
India exported $10.4 billion in goods to the United Kingdom, which is the third-largest exporter of cosmetics in the continent.