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There are over 28 million people of Indian origin (PIO) living outside India. Having a collective revenue share of more than 2 Trillion Dollars, Highly successful in business and recognized masters in their respective fields. When their professional expertise and financial resources are to be pooled together, it will benefit not only people of Indian origin but also their country of residence and their country of origin which is INDIA.

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”.

Following the same philosophy, we the members of GOPIO FRANCE METROPOLE wish to remind that we are non partisan, secular global organization engaged in promoting the well being of People of Indian Origin (PIO), enhancing the cooperation, cultural and business interactions between Indians living in France and in other countries.

We owe our affiliation to GOPIO INTERNATIONAL based in Mauritius with the Prime minister of Mauritius as its Patron
GOPIO FRANCE METROPOLE work in coordination with GOPIO INTERNATIONAL and its sister organizations present in five continents


  • To promote the interests and aspirations of the Indian community
  • To promote the cultural heritage and create a binding relationship
  • To mobilize financial, intellectual and professional resources of Indians for mutual development and advancement
  • To encourage interaction between communities to deliberate and decide on common issues and problems
  • To further interaction between PIOs and other communities in promoting peace, progress and harmony
  • To help in implementing as a Diaspora, the PIOs shall synergize with the huge economic growth of India.
  • GOPIO FRANCE METROPOLE is focused on facilitating Indian Diaspora living in France and with India for socio and economic benefits.
Ravivage de la flamme de la Nation sous l'Arc de Triomphe en l'honneur des soldats indiens morts pendant la guerre 1914-18 - 16/12/15