IITK in the 60s

Uday Sengupta

My very dear friend UDAY SENGUPTA, who, unfortunately, passed away recently.

This picture now makes me feel sad. Uday was a wonderful artist.

{Note: Here are my current views on Death}


Sunil Dhawan

My good friend, Sunil Dhawan, who I have always admired for his level-headedness.

{Note: Here are my current views on Life}


Vinay Sushil Ashok

Here I am with my room mate, Ashok Dhawan, on the right, and dorm neighbor, Sushil Handa in the middle. This was one of the moments of relaxation from studies and antics. My room number was 113 in the first year and 213 in the subsequent years. Handa’s room number was 111 and 211 respectively. It is amazing that such small details still exist in the memory.


It was a wonderful life then. It is a wonderful life now.

The world around you is what you make it.




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  • vinaire  On January 30, 2013 at 7:50 AM

    Ha ha! I love life… and I know I will love death too. 🙂


  • Anonymous  On January 30, 2013 at 2:18 PM

    I have a feeling that death sucks unless you are awake and aware after it, and that only comes if you are awake and aware in your daily life and in dreaming.

    • vinaire  On January 30, 2013 at 2:24 PM

      Death sucks only for those who are still alive because they feel the loss of the loved one who is gone.

      But the one, who is gone, is simply not there to feel any loss or anything else.


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