In India specially Uttar Pradesh, area disparities in the level of poverty, unemployment, income infrastructure, agriculture industry and above all the level of living of the people exist substantially across the regions. Regional disparity is a ubiquitous phenomenon in both developed and developing economies. But in the latter it is more acute and glaring. National economies are often composed of sets of smaller and localized economies. If the national economy is to prosper then ts constituent regional economies at gross root level must be brought into some sort of harmony. Regional and sustainable development in Uttar Pradesh can be achieved by minimizing the socio-economic disparities among rural masses.