India's Demographic conditions during the British rule depict our economy as stagnant and Downloaded from backward. Both the birth rate and death rate were as high as 48 and 40 per thousand. Due to high birth rate and high death rate the population growth was stagnant. The Infant Mortality Rate was also very high of about 218 per thousand. The Life Expectancy Rate was as low as 32 years while presently it is 63.5 years. The literacy rate was less than 16 percent that denotes social backwardness and gender bias in the economy. We can infer from the above figures that India was featured with massive poverty, low standard and quality of living and low survival rate in the country. The lack of health care facilities and lack of health awareness were the main causes behind such demographic conditions of India. The Indian’s standard of living was so low that people were not getting basic amenities like food, clothes and shelter. Moreover, some parts of India came under severe famine conditions. The famines were so severe that millions died.