When I came to England a little over two years ago, I thought it would be a new beginning. New people, new life, new challenges and victories. Everything worked out as plan, except of course the people aspect. You know there are too many people from your home country when you bump into them on the streets. With that of course comes the usual string of quintessential Indian problems. Let’s not get started with those in this blog.
There are over 30 million NRIs and PIOs. This of course does not include all the students going out of India for studies every year. Neither does this include the vast number of people of Indian origin outside India who do not have PIOs, etc. but simply have the foreign country’s passport. They are however more connected to India than the average Delhite or Mumbaikar! Continue reading