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Global Organization of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO) was founded in New York in 1989.

GOPIO (GLOBAL ORGANISATION OF PEOPLE OF INDIAN ORIGIN) as non partisan and apolitical entities brings together the Indian DIASPORA spread around the world for the betterment of the community to remind that the world is a big family as we say “VASUDEVA KUTUMBAKAM”.

The initial thrust of GOPIO was fighting human rights violation of people of Indian origin. Although this has been improved in the last one decade, human rights violations continue to be a major issue for PIOs living outside India. GOPIO has now set its priorities in pooling our resources, both financial and professional, for the benefit of PIOs, the countries they come from and India.


GOPIO, aims to bring people of Indian Origin in the World together to promote their professional, cultural and social interests with a view to realizing their maximum potential in the service of Global peace, prosperity, happiness and compassion.


  1. GOPIO provides a platform for people of India origins to network together for mutual development and advancement.
  2. To promote the common cultural heritage and legacy of Indians.
  3. To energize professional and intellectual resources of Indians in the world in order to realize their maximum potentialities.
  4. To contribute to global peace, prosperity, happiness and compassion.


  1. To promote the interests and aspirations of the Indian communities around the world and of specific groups residing in various countries of their adoption.
  2. To promote the common cultural heritage and thereby create a binding relationship.
    To mobilize financial, intellectual and professional resources of Indians abroad for their mutual development and advancement.
  3. To encourage interaction between communities of Indians abroad on a global level to deliberate and decide on common issues and problem facing them including education and technology.
  4. To further the interaction between PIOs and other communities at global level in promoting world peace, progress and ecological harmony.