Co-Production

Do you have an idea that you want to bring to the tribe? Whether it’s for an event, discussion, video production, or a film. As long as it fits our guidelines we would be happy to talk. We do not promote war, discrimination of any kind, we steer away from picking political sides, and importantly our content looks to serve our community by creating deeper engagement and stronger awareness. We look for original ideas and to create deeper discussions that make a real impact.

Content

Our storytelling capabilities are enhanced by on the ground conversations that delve into the real issues being faced by the community. Whether you are a seasoned journalist, new media storyteller, or simply a person with passion for the truth. If you believe in the vision and feel you could meaningfully contribute, whether for local support or a story you feel must be told. We would love to hear from you.

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Our Audience

We have the worlds greatest audience that spans entire generations and we celebrate the diversity of our community. From multigenerational joint families, through to the icons of industry and culture. Due to the highly sentimental aspect of the work we do – we are able to cut through where others fail.

Partnerships

We are exclusive international partners for a range of print, tv and digital media globally. We speak the language of our audiences and importantly produce content that is delivered in a meaningful way.  We have been to over 58 countries, 232 cities, over 3000 interviews to date, 6000+ cups of chai. To say we travel is an understatement!

Endorsements

Over 5 heads of state, 30+ global political figures, 50+ leading business personalities, key cultural and religious influencers worldwide, renowned film and stage actors, regional activists, recording artists through to inspirational speakers have joined in public support of our work.

Global Voice

We create content that inspires purpose, passion and community. We are one of the only mediums in the world that connect an international audience over a common cause. The Global Indian is a movement that delivers into the hearts and minds and importantly makes a real difference.

Become our champion

We have more ways to distribute than any other publisher and our network of partnerships span the globe. We work with brands, individuals and nations who believe in the power of good and understand the sentimental journey we are on. They realise that the journey is far more important than the destination and that relationships make the world work. We only work with governments, brands, service offerings or products that could be of benefit to our audience and equally, would uplift and empower our global community.

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Believe in the Power of Community

The Global Indian Series is a living encyclopedia of the human experience of being a person of Indian origin. It takes a closer look at the countries we call home and the deeper conversations we need to have. Our audience and partners have common values and a shared commitment. Together we have created a model that sustains our community’s global development, while importantly placing loyalty above transactional relationships. The companies and governments that we partner with, have a deep and transparent desire to make positive progress in relationship building and understand the value of this highly sentimental journey. To the right is a small selection of the positive words people have shared with us.

  • Ravi – USA

    This episode brought a tear to my eyes, Rahul and the family truly show how strong people can be, even down to their youngest. I appreciate Rahul discussing openly, and bringing awareness to our community. Absolutely amazing podcast.

  • Ranjeet – Norway

    A really graphic and real delivery of his journey, he showed a lot of courage and probably said things that he didn’t plan to share, but this doesn’t just happen, it’s down to the skill of the interviewer in creating the right environment for the conversation to grow and open up.

  • Mitesh – Ireland

    The sheer brutality and honesty in the podcast is refreshing. Reminds us all that we need to have these open conversations in order for things to positively change. This one gave me shivers!

  • Meena – Italy

    Just finished listening to part 2 of this week’s podcast and makes me wonder why life is tough for girls/women specially in India and Pakistan and i am sure there are many other countries but makes me feel happy that the younger generation are trying to make a difference. Thanks Rajan for doing such interviews.

  • Toddy – UK

    It is fascinating to get a historical perspective – Indians were considered black when they joined the anti apartheid fight but were seen as Indians again once the main fight was over…. reflecting the difficulty of being a minority, albeit a large one in South Africa

  • Usha – South Africa

    Awesome… I salute you Rajesh Gopi, well done. Let’s celebrate our Indian heritage-looking forward to more podcasts!!!

  • Ila Arun – India

    Thank you to Rajan Nazran and Rajesh Gopi. Love to all our listeners.

  • Mina – Portugal

    wow listening to Ameesha gave me Goosebumps and its amazing how she went back to what she was good at, what she left for society for parents.

  • @Mina – Portugal

    Wow very impressive! I have heard Chitra’s name so much and now heard this podcast!

  • @Doctorcricket – UK

    A very honest account and reflects upon the numerous prejudices which exists in our community. This is an excellent platform!

  • Hon. Raphael G.C. Trotman, Minister of Natural Resources

    We would like to offer this initiative the full support of the Ministry of Natural Resources and by extension the Government of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana.

  • Joseph Cox Assistant Secretary General – CARICOM

    The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) supports this project and will be looking to utilise this platform for our member countries
    Joseph Cox

  • Sam King – Leading West African Entrepreneur – Sierra Leone

    Often, the potential pitfall is the tragic mistake of taking the eyes off the ball when the euphoria and photo opportunities are dead and buried, so this follow up is vital

  • H.E Donald Ramotar – Former President Guyana

    “(This) will promote economic growth and deeper people to people contacts”

  • VP London Chamber of commerce, active board member of a range of UK and African companies.

    “My personal journey of Indian origin, born in Uganda and then being forced to leave during the expulsion of the Asian community and subsequently rebuilding is one example of the interconnectivity we have as global citizens and the dynamic culture we represent. Many Indians, as you have rightly shown, have found themselves successfully integrated across the globe and have been trendsetters in their own ways, but the human impact of their stories may have often not been fully recorded.
    A few displaced Indian community have now found their success as chief custodians in investments, commerce, politics and holding seats of power in a range of areas, making valuable contributions to their adopted societies. This is particularly so with the Indian diaspora which perhaps has the highest global spread. A validated recognition of such contributions should make good reading, but also serve as an inspiration to others who may be in a similar predicament.
    I have no doubt the impact this will have on Governments looking to attract meaningful attention. “
    Subhash Thakrar

  • Krishan Kumar Agarwal CMD – CJ DARCL Logistics

    “It is the first series of its kind and is becoming widely recognised across India as well as internationally. Importantly is bridges informed perspectives from a seasoned voice that is trusted”

  • Lord Dolar Popat Prime Minister’s trade envoy and trusted member in the House of Lords UK.

    This is a vital platform that can and will impact an important discussion and tap into a very unique sentiment that has shaped the global Indian mindset.

  • Indian Ambassador to Portugal – H.E Nandini Singla

    The series follows Rajan Nazran as he travels the world, to discover leading destinations that offer friendship and opportunities with Global India. This is a pioneering platform that connects India and the Global Indian community to the world.

  • Indian Ambassador to Italy – H.E Reenat Sandhu

    This series connects India and the Global Indian community to the world, and cater to a national and international audience, including the large Indian diaspora.

  • Atef El Kadi, is the Managing Director Global Information Consulting Group

    The series is highly sentimental for the HNWI in India and the Global Indian diaspora and importantly is a vital outreach in connecting our message to them

  • Joseph Gauci is the Managing Partner KSi Malta

    “The Global Indian Series (NazranRoth) has provided us with practical means to reach a vast and important audience for our business and proposition Malta. The strong coverage has successfully led to face to face meetings with UHNWI of the Global Indian community and we look forward to having a long-term relationship with the team. We are very pleased with our involvement in the platform.”

  • Stuart MacFeeters is the Managing Partner of Henley & Partners in Malta

    The Global Indian series in my mind is both highly unique and provides pivotal cut-through for both countries and companies. The team exceeded my expectations and I would highly recommend working with them. They brought all the key players together and produced a feature that we are proud to be part of.

  • Bank of Baroda – MD

    When you want to develop the country, you need to express your open interest to valued markets – this is a great way to do it!

  • Arina Bhopal

    I had no idea how large our community was until this series. The conversations have given me a deeper insight into the countries that value us.

  • Nick Brisbane

    “ 3am Sitting on the beach, tears streaming down my eyes and my stomach aching with laughter, is a memory I’m always going to cherish when I think of your time with us in St Kitts and Nevis.”

  • Rajan Sharma

    “watching you getting your tooth taken out anaesthetic free, watching a play in a Montenegrin and then  drinks with local actors… yes an average evening in Podgorica- Montenegro with you”

  • Denver St Lucia

    “Eating fried conch, karaoke singing and devouring the chilliest of chillies, was not my idea of a Friday night in St Lucia yet stumbling through Castries with you was fantastic.”

  • Divya Bhardwaj

    “I remember climbing Mount Mulanji with you in Malawi, thinking this was probably one of the last places you’d find yourself in!”

  • Stanley Ming

    lndia serves as the ancestral home to a large portion of our population and we should all be mindful of
    the positive exposure and effects this project can generate if it garners the necessary broad-based
    support.

  • Sam King

    Often, the potential pitfall is the tragic mistake of taking the eyes off the ball when the euphoria and photo opportunities are dead and buried, so this follow up is vital

  • EBRD – European Bank of Reconstruction and Development

    We are familiar with their work and have worked with them as we deliver our strategic messaging in India.

  • Subhash Thakrar

    “My personal journey of Indian origin, born in Uganda and then being forced to leave during the expulsion of the Asian community and subsequently rebuilding is one example of the interconnectivity we have as global citizens and the dynamic culture we represent. Many Indians, as you have rightly shown, have found themselves successfully integrated across the globe and have been trendsetters in their own ways, but the human impact of their stories may have often not been fully recorded.
    A few displaced Indian community have now found their success as chief custodians in investments, commerce, politics and holding seats of power in a range of areas, making valuable contributions to their adopted societies. This is particularly so with the Indian diaspora which perhaps has the highest global spread. A validated recognition of such contributions should make good reading, but also serve as an inspiration to others who may be in a similar predicament.
    I have no doubt the impact this will have on Governments looking to attract meaningful attention. “

  • Krishan Kumar Agarwal

    “It is the first series of its kind and is becoming widely recognised across India as well as internationally. Importantly is bridges informed perspectives from a seasoned voice that is trusted”

  • Lord Dolar Popat

    This is a vital platform that can and will impact an important discussion and tap into a very unique sentiment that has shaped the global Indian mindset.

  • Emmanuel Fernandes is Chief International Manager of Indian Express Group

    Series is a tremendous success and it is a first-in-Indian-history. We have witnessed extraordinary levels of audience interaction with national conversations taking place over the content. The fact that leading voices of the Global Indian community have come together in such a resounding fashion, clearly demonstrates the power of this medium and the impact it has.

  • Baldev Singh

    “ It gives me a sense of renewed pride and confidence to say I am a global Indian”

  • Jaggi Vasudev

    “There has been a certain sense of awareness and wisdom to this mass of people that we are right now”

  • Dr Shashi Tharoor

    “The Global Indian community represents a strong sense of Indianness, a sense that reflects the very ethos of our heritage”

  • Ketan Patel

    I had no idea how large our community was until this series. The conversations have given me a deeper insight into the countries that value us.

  • Priya Patel

    “It is eye opening to see what we are still overcoming as a community and the countries that offer real friendship”

  • Dr Pravin Sher

    “The Global Indian Series is a movement that I am proud to be part of. It is the first time that I feel our community is being recognised collectively in a meaningful way.

  • Kifley

    “…witnessing a dance from the time of Moses, voyaging through a eucalyptus forest to get there, whilst having an Indian picnic…let’s do it again!

  • Mohamed Khan

    “If only I could be a fly on the wall on your journeys… I would be laughing and crying at the same time”

  • Ravi Patel – USA

    “I remember climbing Mount Mulanji with you in Malawi, thinking this was probably one of the last places you’d find yourself in!”
    ­­­­­­“Eating fried conch, karaoke singing and devouring the chilliest of chillies, was not my idea of a Friday night in St Lucia yet stumbling through Castries with you was fantastic.”

  • Kiran Sharma

    “Eating Pot Chicken in the busy streets of KL, monsoon pouring down, tongue burning from chili whilst sharing travel stories…including you being taken hostage. Just a typical Tuesday when you are around!

  • Deepak Bhardwaj

    “ …this validates my voice and impacts my decisions towards a country”

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EP 36 RETURNING FROM THE EDGE – MY BATTLE WITH ALCOHOLISM

In this episode, Rajan travels to South Africa to have an open conversation with Santosh Harilal. A recovering Alcoholic whose life started to spiral out of control from the tender age of 13. The pair have an open and frank conversation about the horrifi…

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