Mango is considered as national fruit of India and it is termed as the “King of Fruits”. Major varieties of mangoes exported include Alphonso, Dashehri, Kesar,Banganapalli, Langra, Chausa, Mallika and Swarnarekha. The major markets for Indian mangoes comprise U.A.E. Bangladesh, U.K, Saudi Arabia and Nepal. India accounts for around 60 per cent of the world’s total mango production. The book was conceptualized to study the financial status, determinants and their inter-relationship of mango growers. Also it examined the income and consumption disparities of the mango growers. An equitable distribution of credit across the regions will ensure equivalence in agricultural development which is indispensable to achieve the long term food security in the country. The Book provides some suggestions to overcome the economic disparities among mango growers and helps to strengthen their financial status.