PEARLAND,Texas (PRWEB) November 12, 2017
A fascinating and admirable history. The detailed and descriptive chapters in this book create entire cultural worlds for readers to learn from, enjoy, and remember." – Chitra Divakaruni, international award-winning and bestselling author, Houston, TX.
Growing up in the Colonial British India with its millennial heritage, rich traditions and colorful festivals as well as the economically lean times of WW II, getting the first set of shoes or electricity in the house only when in high school, becoming a doctor, serving the army; then leaving it all to come over to the USA and succeeding as the president of a reputable medical clinic, being inducted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, London… creating a legacy!
This book is essential reading for every migrant who left the land of their birth in search of a different destiny, and for those who are curious to know what that’s like.
What makes this book unique, informative and interesting:
It is one of the first such publications from over 2.5 million Indians who have chosen the USA as their domicile.
*It is the story of perhaps the 'most educated, most successful and the most industrious' group of migrants in the history of America.
*It is a unique orientation for the readers to know how life was in the pre-independent, colonial, British India during the global depression times; and about its rich, colorful, cultural customs, festivals and traditions.
*It is the fairy-tale of a child who got his first pair of footwear in his 6th grade and who studied under the light of a kerosene lamp, managing to become a doctor, crossing the seas to get over to America, establishing as a successful physician and the president of a nationally known medical clinic.
*It is also the chronicle of a typical migrant who contributed much to enrich the country he has chosen as his domicile, thus presenting a bold case on the present, intense and interesting political dialog scene.
*An inspiring story, a wonderful saga of a migrant in America.” - Tom Reid, Mayor of Pearland, TX.
*An engaging memoir of a doctor, an Indian American.” - Aseem Chhabra, India Abroad Columnist, NY.
*”Remarkable journey from his native land of India to America.” – John K. Graham, M.D., D.Min, President/CEO, ISH, Houston, TX.
*A very interesting reading of life in the bygone era, enjoyable and authentic descriptions: touching; impressive.” - Padma Vibhushan, Dr. E. C. G. Sudarshan, world-renowned physicist, professor, UT Austin, TX.
*This book is a treasure for generations to come.
*A book that needs to be read, to be experienced.
*Compelling memoir of a blessed life.