We Investigate the Job of Exports In India's Monetary Growth and Analyze Whether the Exported Growth Speculation (Elgh) Applies to India. Our Causality Investigation Offers Help For the Legitimacy of the Elgh For India For the Post-Exchange Progression Period (However Not For the Preliberalisation Time Frame). Blunder Fluctuation Decay and Different Investigations Are Likewise Embraced These Substantiate the Consequences of the Causality Examination and Propose That the Fast Growth of Exports Plays Had a Significant Influence In Expanding the Growth Rate In India Following Exchange Advancement 1991. the Connection Between Exports, Imports and Financial Growth In India Has Been Examined By an Enormous Number of Experimental Investigations In the New Past. Notwithstanding, This Paper Analyzes the Connection Between Exports, Imports and Financial Growth In a Neglected Way. the Investigation Utilizes Month to Month Dataset Interestingly. Johansen's Co-Combination and Granger Causality Tests Were Utilized In the Experimental Examination, Utilizing Augmented Dickey Fuller (Adf) and Dickey Fuller (Df) Tests. the Current Investigation Covers Information of 12 Years' Time Span from April 2005 to March 2017.