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Polish people in New Delhi


anakanka 2 | 37    
5 Jan 2010  #1
Hello everyone,

My name is Anna and currently I am staying in Poland but very soon I am moving to New Delhi to settle down over there... If there are any polish people in teh capital pls let me kow ... it would be nice to stay in touch!!!

regards

Ania
SeanBM 35 | 5,817    
6 Jan 2010  #2
Hello Ania, That is a big move, you must be very excited.

I found this on the net Polish expatriates in India and Polacy w Indiach.
Also you could contact the Polish Embassy in India and even the Indian Embassy in Poland as they should know people in the same place as you will be in and might even organise get togethers. I hope that helps.

Best of luck!
Mister H 9 | 756    
6 Jan 2010  #3
I am moving to New Delhi to settle down over there...

Have you been before ?

I'm British rather than Polish, but New Delhi is a real baptism of fiire for a first trip to India and if you're planning on living there too, then there will be even more to get used too.

What will you be doing there ?
Filios1 8 | 1,336    
6 Jan 2010  #4
May I ask you, why in God's name you are living in that cesspool?
OP anakanka 2 | 37    
6 Jan 2010  #5
ThANK YOU SeanBM FOR YOUR advices... very helpful indeed... actually i already made contacts with polish embassy in new delhi as i have been to india year back... i am just about to apply for doing internship in polish embassy itself...

MisterH... Yes i have been there and I am in a relationship with boy who i met during my stay in delhi... we both have picked delhi for aour home:) I fell in love with India and even more with culture.. this is unpredictable country .. you can not prepare well enough for your first trip over there..cause does not matter how many efforts you make there will be always somethimng what will surprise you :)

I wrote over here..cause i wanna get to know ppl who like me... are from completly different culture and are going to spend some time in india... together will be easier:)

cheers!!!

Ania
Raj_ryder 10 | 106    
7 Jan 2010  #6
May I ask you, why in God's name you are living in that cesspool?

have you ever been there????
there are very few polish people in delhi...i used to know this one lady..she was around 45 and she was my dads freinds wife..
king polkakamon - | 546    
7 Jan 2010  #7
It is a perfect place if you worship the cow.
Raj_ryder 10 | 106    
7 Jan 2010  #8
Hahaha you'd be surprised.
OP anakanka 2 | 37    
7 Jan 2010  #9
It is a perfect place if you worship the cow.

frankly sayinh i have not noticed anything what i heard earlier about worshipping cow... ok you can find tyhem on the streets thats all... after some time i even get used ro that picture
Trevek 26 | 1,703    
7 Jan 2010  #10
Have fun, Ania. It sounds really exciting.

From a British point of view, I have comic images of lots of Indians complaining,
"Oh no, the Polish are coming over here, taking our jobs and women and setting up corner shops and restaurants everywhere!"

(This is what was said when they, Indians, first came to Britain)
youtube.com/watch?v=vpStoROu0XE
OP anakanka 2 | 37    
7 Jan 2010  #11
Thanks tervel for your good luck wishes... well i can imagine what some british ppl (although i do not wanna make any generalisations) think about polish ones... and also i do not think so that in very close future almost have of poland will emigrate to india as they did to england ;)

cheers,
Trevek 26 | 1,703    
7 Jan 2010  #12
I hope you have a good time, Ania.
Filios1 8 | 1,336    
7 Jan 2010  #13
Raj_ryder

No, and nor do I have a desire to visit that cesspool anytime soon. Thanks :)
king polkakamon - | 546    
7 Jan 2010  #14
You seem not to like the cow urine.
Filios1 8 | 1,336    
7 Jan 2010  #15
Nor the women who look like cattle :)
king polkakamon - | 546    
7 Jan 2010  #16
I think you are very selective.Not a fan of chicka matala?
OP anakanka 2 | 37    
8 Jan 2010  #17
No, and nor do I have a desire to visit that cesspool anytime soon. Thanks :)

nobody is going to force you to do so... and i am sick of ppl who can only judge others but have not experienced the culture in its origin.... i am not going to make a judgement about you either but just mind your words.. world would be so boring if everybody is the same looks the same and behave the same way ... what really makes travelling interesting its diversity of that planet... thanks God they are still ppl who can understand this..
SeanBM 35 | 5,817    
8 Jan 2010  #18
You very welcome anakanka,

And don't mind some of the others, they are just trying to illicit a response.

With your healthy attitude, I am sure you will have a great life there.

I am Irish and I live in Poland, for now, I enjoy it here.

Have you learned any Hindi?, I am not exactly sure what the main language is in New Delhi?
I just looked at it in Wiki, the temples look wonderful.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Delhi
RonWest 3 | 120    
10 Jan 2010  #19
My name is Anna and currently I am staying in Poland but very soon I am moving to New Delhi to settle down over there... If there are any polish people in teh capital pls let me kow ... it would be nice to stay in touch!!!

Congratulations and good luck! But I wish you were moving to California to open a new Polish deli instead of being Polish and moving to New Delhi!
OP anakanka 2 | 37    
12 Jan 2010  #20
Thanks;) i thnk that there are enough polish people already in USA so one more polish girl would not make a difference;) maybe one more polish girl india can make a great difference;)
linus123    
10 May 2010  #21
hi ania
i live in lucknow
ewelina
cumbriadude 1 | 10    
15 May 2010  #22
hi
i am from india living in UK with polish Gf, yes india is mix of toughness and but can also be a sweet place.

i wish you all the well and thanks for saying nice about india and choosing a indian man.

life can be tough in the first 6 months but then you will feel better

rex
OP anakanka 2 | 37    
27 May 2010  #23
nobody said life is pice of cake... i know it might be difficult.. but the most important is i have the right man by my side.. thank you for such warm words..

.HARE KRISHNA. SHIV PARVATI.
opts 10 | 260    
27 May 2010  #24
I am just wondering. What is the cost of living in New Delhi? Cost of rents, food, transportation, etc.
pamhilts - | 2    
27 May 2010  #25
well thats great from india to go there ..How you feel...
skapoor    
31 May 2010  #26
Hi Linus,

I saw ur post on expact blog.
Can we be friends?

smtkpr38@gmail
newway - | 1    
7 Jun 2010  #27
Hi
I love Delhi and i am so happy for you, I wish one day i will go back there again ... I wish you all the best and who knows maybe see you one day in New Delhi
boishali    
10 Jul 2010  #28
hi ana welcome to delhi, although i not polish but i want to learn the language .. as my BF is polish....
kisses
tigerbells    
15 Sep 2010  #29
Hi,

We are an animation production company in delhi and have our studios in Poland as well. We need Polish translators to help our colleagues who come from Poland frequently to visit our studio here. They need help with the language as most of them don't speak English. Is anyone interested in doing part-time job with us? Please let us know. write to us at info@tigerbells.com

cheers
bimber94 7 | 254    
15 Sep 2010  #30
@ anakanka:
Sounds interesting, and good wishes to you; but don't hang around Paharganj too long. If you don't want to be ripped off all the time like I was in Poland, the question would be 'kya, tum Hindi malum?'.




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