After Brexit referendum, the Italian Sikh community has became the largest in EU. They are families and young people who since the late 80’s have left the Punjab, North-West region of India. They have crossed the world to work in the farms and fields of the Pontine Plain (Central Italy) and the surrounding towns hoping to improve their conditions. After nearly 30 years working in the countryside the Sikh community is managing to build its own identity in a Country that they feel like their own, but still remaining isolated and distant from a society, the Italian one, which often confuses tolerance with indifference. For those who are living in this plain the aim is to get their lives more dignified than their beloved ones in India. No matter under what conditions they are forced to work or live, the most important thing for them in to get enough money for family in India.