This chapter will examine the growing approval for cash income grants in India and how these proposals tie in with another important policy development—individual land rights for women. In brief, the argument is that the thrust of both policies is essential to transform all forms of collective wealth into individual property, to render all forms of wealth alienable, to convert wealth into monetary form, and ensure that all this alienated, monetised wealth is fully visible to, and available to the state for taxation and to be mobilised for capitalist investment. In other words, what appear to be progressive, rights-based measures are part of the drive towards ‘inclusion’ into the capitalist framework.