The Forum of Free Enterprise is a non-political organization founded in 1956 by A.D Shroff and was established to educate public opinion in India on free enterprise and a democratic way of life. The Forum publishes booklets to further its objects. The following booklet titled, “The Bombay Plan and other Essays ” was published in 1968 and was authored by A.D Shroff, H. V. R. Iengar, V. B. Karnik, Dr. B. C. Ishwardas, Sudhanshu Kumar Basu, M. V. Arunachalam, and A. K. Chanda. The booklet was part of the Second A. D. Shroff Memorial Lectures that were held on October 27, 1967, and covered various aspects of the Indian scenario back then. The article titled, “A look at the Bombay plan in the light of today,” focused on the growing intolerance of the Congress regime as an organ of state wielding power in the Centre and the states. The article later focused on the acceptance by the Bombay plan for the need for state ownership and criticized this aspect. The article titled, “Gheraos,” highlighted the rise of problems of law and order through employer-employee relations and its rise from Bengal. It, therefore, illustrated the potential danger of Gherao to labor management and democratic social order of a nation. The article titled, “Benevolence in business,” highlighted the failure of communism. It went on to focus on the Indian scene of distress that was prevalent in the late 1960s and lastly emphasized the free enterprise system as a viable juncture for democratic success. The article titled, “The center-state financial relations in India,” provided the scenario of an ideal system of federal finance as the cordial balance between center and states. The article, therefore, accounted for the perusal of the issues before political pressure compels it. The article, “A new concept of capitalism,” accentuated the significant feature of the realization of materials needs through economic development and the need for better management, industrial relations, and more productions. The concluding article titled, “The public sector: Is it a mirage,” demonstrated the collateral growth between economy and regulations due to the participation of the state in endeavors of economic importance.