Hi! Cześć! Vanakkam!

My name is Renata Cieślak,
I’m delighted you’re here!

If you want to know how every day, simple life in India looks like, this place is for you!

Story of a Polish-Indian couple who decides to quit their corporate jobs, leave crowded Indian city life and move to not-so-complicated countryside lifestyle.

No problem in India is a blog about expat motherhood, bi-cultural family, the pursuit for happiness and peaceful life far from the urban bustle, living in harmony with nature and… ourselves.

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Why is it worth staying here a bit longer?

  • You want first-hand information about India
  • You are planning a long-term stay in India
  • You are an expat living in India
  • You live in an intercultural relationship
  • You are interested in ecology and healthy food and… organic farming
  • You are curious how indial village life looks like
  • You are searching for inspiration to live life the way you want to do
  • You are into slow life and life in harmony with nature

    I believe this blog is for you! Whatever brings you here, you will find practical information on everyday life in India, ecology, sustainable development and slow life.

  • What can you find on noprobleminindia?

    No problem in India is a blog for those interested in India’s non-commercial perspective, expat and day-to-day intercultural family life, for those who love nature and who are against morning rush, consumerism and city rat race.

    The purpose of the blog is to show a simple face of India. No beating about the bush. Not only India from guide books with beautiful, fabulously colored pictures, but with its gray, dusty scenes, smell of garbage burnt in the middle of the road, animal dung on the side from time to time.

    The point of expat view, different from the tourist whirl of adventures, will bring spice to your life in details.

    The main topics on noprobleminindia:

    • expat in India
    • expat motherhood
    • India’s everyday life
    • countryside vs city life
    • slow life and minimalism
    • sustainable development
    • circular economy

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