Capital flows are most helpful when the magnitude of those flows is steady and stable. The international capital flow such as direct and portfolio flows has huge contribution to influence the economic behavior of the countries positively. Countries with well developed financial markets gain significantly from Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). The huge volume of capital flows and their influence on the domestic financial markets, understanding the behavior of the flows becomes very important especially at time liberalizing the capital account. The study attempts to examine the impact of international capital flows on economic growth. The study also examines trends and composition of capital inflows, changing pattern capital flows in view of economic reform, ascertain the impact of domestic financial policy variables on international capital flows and suggest policy implication thereof. By using monthly time series data, we found that Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is positively affecting the economic growth direct contribution, while Foreign Institutional Investment (FII) is negatively affecting the growth alb its, in a small way and make a preliminary attempt.