I would include Bangladesh people in the same group and you are previously (historically) same people, right?
Lodz,even the "Indians" historically are not the same peoples,the only historic link most of the subcontinent shares is a history of being "united" under various invaders from the Muhgals to the Portugese to the British Raj......its a fascinating part of the world though lodz so you will enjoy researching this stuff yourself :)
I have heard in West Europe, UK, they do not integrate as well.
Yes,and I have heard that the Moon is made from Chedder Cheese............
Indians dont integrate in the UK,lmao :) cant wait to tell that one in the office :)
Funny thing is though,I can tell you exactly how it will pan out in Poland,coz its happened here in the UK;
At first a few young get up and go types will arrive,mostly single men with good prospects. These will be seen less as some "threat" and more as a curiosity,some locals will find the "exotic" nature attractive and many will marry local girls. Same here in the late 19th early 20th century. Over time though Ranjit Singhski's second cousin from Mumbai will be offered a job in the family buisness,he will arrive in Torun say with his wife and kids,the kids will be engaged to their cousins back in india,when old enough those indian cousins will come to Poland to marry their Polish/Indian cousins..............etc etc
Now, Im neutral on that scenario,but,the bigots can make a case out of it undoubtedly.