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Any Indians/Pakistanis living in Rzeszow ?


Majha    
5 Sep 2015  #1
Hi I am new in Poland and living in Rzeszow, I am from Punjab India. I wanted to know if there are any Indians or Pakistanis living in Rzeszow, I'm having a hard time finding some friends as I don't know Polish and English is really not a common language here.
InPolska 11 | 1,823    
5 Sep 2015  #2
Maybe move westwards to Germany, Merkel has invited everybody!
Atch 16 | 2,587    
5 Sep 2015  #3
InPolska that's unkind and unfair too.

@Majha are you on your own or do you have wife and kids with you? Sometimes it's easier to make friends through your children if they're attending school or whatever. You meet other parents. Sorry I can't really offer advice but maybe google Indian Expats in Poland and see what you come up. Good luck. And don't worry if you persevere I'm sure you'll make some friends.
InPolska 11 | 1,823    
5 Sep 2015  #4
@Atch: are you naive? Most probably it's a troll.
Atch 16 | 2,587    
5 Sep 2015  #5
Why should it be a troll?? There are plenty of Indians in Poland especially working in IT and lots of them in Ireland too. I've taught their kids.
jon357 65 | 13,567    
5 Sep 2015  #6
Maybe there's a few Indian people at the university. Is there an Indian restaurant there? That might be a good place to ask,
InPolska 11 | 1,823    
5 Sep 2015  #7
@Atch: most of if not all such posts come from trolls in order to fuel racism (and it works in PF).

If the OP were as you say, he would hang around his countrymen at work.

You are very nice but don't be naive!
Rai 1 | 19    
5 Sep 2015  #8
I understand how you feel. What about making an effort to learn the language and also look for people who can speak your English since you seem to already know.Also just go around and explore the new place.. Living a insular life way is not good in my humble opinion.
Wulkan - | 3,280    
6 Sep 2015  #9
Why should it be a troll??

Because I'm yet to meet an Indian (if he is from Punjab then he must be sikh) who is looking for Pakistanis to be friend with.
Rai 1 | 19    
6 Sep 2015  #10
This is ridiculous...he should go back to his country if he feels so lonely. Why the hell did he have to go to Poland ? I myself uprooted and went to England.
jon357 65 | 13,567    
6 Sep 2015  #11
Work, Rai, work. Don't be so bitter. People often feel lonely in strange places - it just takes time, a little effort and some luck for people to find their feet.
Atch 16 | 2,587    
6 Sep 2015  #12
most of if not all such posts come from trolls in order to fuel racism

But if you think it's a troll trying to start something then why do you comply?? Because that's when you're doing when you make mildly racist comment in response to his query.

You are very nice but don't be naive!

And I also think that you appear to be quite a nice person, though I know many forum members dislike you and think you're a trifle 'uppity' as they might say in the Southern States! Basically InPolska, I'm not naive but I take people as I find them until they give me reason to think otherwise. However I am sensible enough to temper that with a measure of caution and when I meet people in person I have a gut feeling about them, as most of us do I think. There are loads of obvious trolls on this forum, like the guy who was supposedly being sexually harrassed by his Polish maid and the Bible belt Christian with a Polish fiancee (the fiancee/wife is always a great excuse for being here) who wanted to bring the light of Christ to Poland, 'because she tells me they're all Catholics and Aetheists'. What a yawn.

Because I'm yet to meet an Indian (if he is from Punjab then he must be sikh) who is looking for Pakistanis to be friend with.

Fair enough but Punjab is not exclusively Sikh and in Ireland anyway, Indians of both the Hindu and Muslim faiths mix and socialize together. I think when people are away from their own countries what they have in common is more important to them than their differences.
4gtpsword    
15 Sep 2015  #14
There was a couple that were running the Bengol Restaurant (which now looks like a failed Indian Restaurant as they're offering Polish food on the board outside) part of Hotel Polonia near the train station, not sure of their country of origin. Apart from that I have seen few Indian or Pakistani looking people around Rzeszow over the 5 years I've been here, a handful of students & the odd what sounds like a visitor on a work trip. I guess it depends on if you are looking for someone to just talk to or looking for someone to talk in a language you understand better.
Raman vashistha - | 2    
8 Aug 2016  #15
Hi i m from India. please email me on my personal Id ramanubt@gmail
sha666 - | 5    
11 Jul 2018  #16
hi friend i need some advice about moving to Poland from Pakistan. my WhatsApp is 00923006027308


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