Inclusive growth of Indian society was always the main vision behind the foundation of aspirational democracy. The Preamble in the form of social, economic and political justice; equality of status and opportunity ensures to “We The People of India” to have inclusive growth, that embraces diversity among the people but at the same time, on the other hand, is empowering and promoting the social, economic, and political inclusion of all, irrespective of age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion, economic, or other status. The recent recognition of the rights of the LGBTQ in India is one of the steps towards building an inclusive society by eliminating gender inequality but, still India is far away to the ‘nation of its aspiration’. There are several provisions in the Constitution of India assuring equality for everyone but the reality is pretty offending because we still lack to reduce these inequalities even after having such great laws, the reason for this is the unrecognized rights of the people and the ground level functioning for the elimination of these issues. The disabilities of the persons are now making them unequal leading to an increase in inequalities, example, inability of the peoples of remote areas to use technology making them dependent for getting their work done by others, lack of quality education is making people lack skills leading to income inequality, the misbalanced development of urban and rural area created a break in the nexus of their level of development making the left out people being unequal, etc. Association for PARIVARTAN of Nation is volunteering to reduce inequalities in the form of social, economic, political, educational and other exclusion and also had started campaigning on promoting e-participation for reducing digital exclusion in the lights of Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations and making an aspirational India of Inclusive growth.