During World War II, about 1000 Polish children from war-torn, occupied Poland and Soviet prison camps in Stalin’s Siberia travelled all the way to India, where an Indian Maharaja Jam Sahib Digvijaysinhji Ranjitsinhji Jadeja of Nawanagar took personal risks to make arrangements at a time when the world was at war and India was struggling for its Independence. This heroic  story of Jam Saheb who acted as a lone crusader to safeguard these orphaned Polish children from 1942-1946 was told in the first Indo-Polish Co-Production Film  A Little Poland in India in 2013 by Aakar Films. These survivors, now 80 years old and living in Warsaw (Poland) shared memories of their childhood and stay at Balachadi from 1942-46 under the protection of Jam Saheb.