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This article examines a credit channel of the monetary policy transmission mechanism in India. One hundred thirty-two commercial banks in India were studied for ten years, from 2009 to 2018, using STATA for data analysis. The question of this study is: do bank features and macroeconomic variables combine to influence credit supply in India? According to the data, the bank's features have a large and negative liquidity ratio compared to the loan amount. Furthermore, there is a significant but negative relationship between the interaction of inflation and interest rates with the liquidity ratio and loan amount in India.