Indians travel abroad for vacations, celebrations, education, escapism, business and of course to boost social media presence. As per Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), 40% of all outbound trips are for business purposes, while visiting friends and relatives (VFR) comes second with 31%, and travel for leisure, third, with 29%. 
The country was within the grip of high inflation; low growth and therefore the foreign reserves weren’t even worth to satisfy three weeks of imports. Under this situation, the currency was devalued to 17.90 against a US dollar. Indian Rupee has depreciated by a little more than 74 times against the greenback in the past 73 years.