A young Polish woman embarks on a tour of India and falls
in love with the country.
What does she find?
She finds that India is quite different from the way it is
commonly perceived outside its borders.
Isn't it reckless to restrict India to common media
stereotypes like cow, caste, rapes and slums without
carefully examining and studying its lesser-known sides
and its complex and delicate layers of reality?
In an increasingly globalised and a data-driven world,
isn’t it more sensible to have a broader evidence-based
global perspective instead of jumping to reckless and
Without neglecting India’s lesser-understood sides, from
its economy to the environment, from its weaknesses to its
strengths, from its spirituality to its unutilised soft power,
as well as its culture, tourism and its upcoming challenges,
Karolina Goswami has carefully attempted to diagnose
India’s problems and seek their solutions. With the help of
verifiable data, researches and logic, Karolina’s story of
India may sound scholarly but canbe easily grasped.
Discovering India, therfore is a handy, quick-glance
reference source of information on India, for an insider as
well as an outsider, for an average Indian who must know
about India’s strengths and shortcomings, for the Indian
diaspora who would like to keep themselves abreast, and
for non-Indians who want to dig India deeper, beneath its
It is a book that should be in the hands of everyone a
interested in India.
Karolina Goswami comes from the south eastern region of
Poland. She holds a master’s degree from the Rzeszow University
of Technology and is a production engineer by training.
Driven by her passion to provide a broader perspective to the
sides of India that are not fully known or understood, Karolina
Goswami is known for creating data-driven non-political content
(documentary films, short videos) which ignites independent
thinking and logical reasoning.
Her well-researched short videos and documentary films
are regularly uploaded on the Social media Channel — India In
India In Details’ has nearly 400,000 subscribers on YouTube
and more than 500,000 followers on Facebook, as of October 2019.
In her journey asa filmmaker, Karolina Goswami has delivered
nearly 100 episodes on a variety of subjects related to India and
Indians. Cumulatively, her episodes have had more than 100
million views on various social media platforms.
From India’s premier academic institution — ITT Kharagpur,
to the country’s tourism, healthcare, economy, environment and
its cultural and spiritual heritage, her episodes have covered a very
wide spectrum. She has also highlighted the success stories of
overseas Indians and the challenges faced by them.
In order to build a more accurate perception of India in the
country of her birth, Karolina Goswami has started a painstaking
and mammoth task of visiting the primary schools, secondary
schools and universities in Poland to give lectures or speeches on
India. These workshops are helping the next Polish generation to
become more informed, more accepting and better prepared to
live in an increasing globalised world — in which India is expected
to play a key role.
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