From the beginning of 1900, NRIs have sought out each other to form NRI community. “God did not make man to be alone”, “there is safety in numbers”, “In our village life, it takes a village to raise a child” and we need other people for protection from earthquakes, hurricanes, wildfires, landslides and unpredictable riots from a number of racial, religious, economic, political, or social causes.

I am frequently asked, “where can one find likeminded people nearby, to get to know and possibly form a NRI Network or group with?” Here is every idea we have for the past 7 years! However, in the majority of small to medium scenarios, those that live near you, meet at Gurdwara or Mander, meeting at parties all the time while possibly not as likeminded as we would prefer, are far more available.

We’re given a good guide as to what the standard should be for the NRI leadership  or NRI Club members. “So a NRI must be a man whose life is above reproach. He must be faithful to his friends, family and NRIpress club members. He must exercise self-control, live wisely, and have a good reputation. He must enjoy having friends around him, he must be able to teach and not love money.

There is, however, an alternative, specifically created for this called www.NRIpress.club. It is a social networking site for NRIs; you can find out more