This article explores the experiences of Indians living in Finland. It looks at how they are accepted by the Finnish people, the cultural differences they experience, and the difficulties they may face. The article also examines how the Indian community integrates into Finnish society, and the opportunities open to them. In conclusion, it highlights that Indian immigrants are generally welcomed by the Finnish people and are able to find their place in the country. They have access to the same opportunities as Finnish citizens and are able to make the most of the country’s excellent education, healthcare and job market.