Hey Rineet and welcome! I'll be headed to India in March of 2017 and I can't wait!
Regarding your question, I think most businesses are still hiring traditionally, but there is a large amount (and growing) of businesses hiring "remote workers". Their not really hiring "digital nomads" specifically, but yah, "remote workers". The thing about remote workers is that they have the opportunity to become digital nomads.
To avoid any confusion and to clarify, a remote worker is someone who can work anywhere with a computer and internet. Where as a digital nomad works anywhere with a computer and internet, but also does not have fixed location home and typically travels as they work.
Check out these two topics as well:viewtopic.php?f=17&t=104viewtopic.php?f=17&t=35
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