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Indian festivals – Holi

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About Karolina Goswami

Hello everyone! Welcome to my blog! I hope you enjoy reading the stuff that you will not easily find on the mainstream media. I am a girl from Poland who is living in India. I am a seeker and I share my thoughts through this medium with the world citizens. For more details, check 'about me' section in the top menu bar. To contact me, write to me on indiaindetails@gmail.com or simply write on the comment section below every post.


  1. Vikas Srivastava

    Great post Karolina.
    I have read all your posts in detail and now I believe that you know India much better than Indians.
    I would say you are a non Indian who loves Iandia like your own home country.

    I have lot more to say to you but will say in future.

    Best Regards,

  2. Shivendra Shukla

    I watched so many videos of yours on Youtube and that brought me here , I can understand its very difficult to run youtube channel , blog and face book page simultaneously . I salute your energy and the dedication of this extent of work about India’s culture and economy. Your recent upload on you tube is great video and well researched. Your name is Carolina and you are polish by birth but actually your no less Indian than me or anyone else living in India , I welcome you in India and we all love you , respect you for your work !!
    Keep doing this great work , whole India is with you !!

  3. Debashis Howlader

    I am not very technology friendly and restrict myself with in Face Book. Today , out of curiosity I was searching for a video on Others view on India. It was your video on Western Media. I was amazed to watch the video and fascinated by your voice quality, English articulation and voice modulation. I was a little bit puzzled with your name , Karolina Goswami. As per my knowledge “Karolina” probably a Scandinavian name and a Bengali surname “Goswami”. It has drawn me to your blog. I wish you a hearty welcome to our ancestor’s land. After watching some of your videos , I recall a line by R.N. Tagore, the Noble Laureate (1913) “we do not believe we have a great land, cultural heritage , the mighty Himalayas………until some foreign pundits tell us about them.” I appreciate your effort. We are all with you.

    • Karolina Goswami

      Namaste Debashis!

      Please accept my humble thanks for your kind words.

      I am from Poland and I am married to an Indian man, hence my surname is Goswami, however, he is not a Bengali 🙂

      Best regards,
      Karolina Goswami

  4. Kalpen Goswami

    Ohm Namo: Narayan

    Great Post

    I watched many videos and read some your posts in detail (not all).
    I appreciate your hard work. I welcome you in India, respect you for your work !!
    All Indians are with you.
    Jay Hind…
    I Love My India
    Best Regard
    Kalpen Goswami

  5. Namastey
    Karolina goswami

    First of all welcome in Indians heart by ur work .
    U r so awesome. And really as all other saying that u know India more than Indians .it’s true .
    But this is ur great effort either it’s ur husband dream or urs nothing matter
    But it’s awesome and from this many people and youngsters who don’t know about India and always says western and mordanity will know about India …
    Keep it up
    I spread ur channel,blogs everywhere ,where I can
    My office ,family,relatives,friends etc
    Because this is so admirable
    With my grandfather’s blessings most and from my family.
    Do best
    Thanks from Indians and also thanks to ur husband because he also a big part of this project
    Thanks a lot
    Radhe krishna
    Karolina goswami

  6. Karolina its great to see someone of foreign national bring out the true picture of our country.. being an IT professional I can say we are not a country of snake charmers anymore but we are a country of mouse charmers as well.. Thanks a lot.. You know more about India than Indians do…I Hope you visit kolkata soon..Your husbands surname is more like a bengali one… visit Bengal as you must learn how bengal was the nerve center of india’s struggle for freedom and how bengal was divided for this. I really wish to see a video on this topic…

    Best wishes to you…
    Jit Bhattacharjee

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