Global Parli's

Model for "Rural Economic Revolution"

Flourishing the economy

Multiplying farmer income by 20 times

Helping the environment become greener


Nation Building through Rural Transformation

Global Parli is spearheading a crusade of nation building through rural revival and empowerment of villages of India. We at Global Parli, endeavour to address key challenges facing socio-economic development of rural India encompassing water scarcity, agriculture, education, sanitation, leadership and community capacity building. In other words it is a holistic 3600 development and is replicable.

Mayank Gandhi's 4 Step Process

for Rural Economic Revolution

Two Biggest Challenges Facing India


One thousand years ago, India controlled 33% of the global economy and almost 30% of the global trade. Due to various reasons, including multiple invasions and looting of our resources, we now control just 2.7% of the global economy and 0.8% of the global trade.

Within the economy, rural India, with approximately 67% of the population, has an income that is just 41% of the urban income.

Thus, there is tremendous rural distress, high farmer suicides, poverty, crippling droughts, and socio-political unrest.

Unless India’s rural economy is revitalized, our dream of mitigating the miseries of the people and becoming a 5 trillion $ economy future will be stillborn.


The Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports that the global temperatures will increase by 2 degrees Celsius by 2030, leading to disastrous consequences for all life on earth.

At least 60% of the earth’s species have gone extinct in the past five decades alone. Increasing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere pose a serious threat for all species, including humans, on the planet.

In India, NITI Aayog has reported that by 2021 at least 21 Indian cities will run out of ground water, thus leading to a serious water crisis that will affect millions of people. Those impacted the most will be the poor and the underprivileged.

World over, there is growing concern among citizens and climate scientists alike that we are reaching a point of no return before global warming and erratic weather patterns start impacting all aspects of life on earth