About me: A brief story of my life:

I am a Zoroastrian from India, Mumbai.

By  the  Grace of Ahuramazda, I had a good fortune to come in contact with the  Spiritual Sahib, who had changed my life from pride to humility, from ignorance to divine light and made me ‘upright’ facing any eventuality.

In view of my long journeying, in the field of Aeronautical engineering: Affiliated professional body:A.M.Ae.S.I.

Qualifying by passing subjects:mech., electrical,structural, engineering drawing & Design & other subjects too:

For practical experiences: did apprenticeship at  the AirWorks India, Santacruz, Mumbai:

Work experiences: Bell Helicopter, Aircrafts maintenance:

I had a privilege to become a member of the Royal Aeronautical Society, London.

I  also did the apprenticeship in Gear Mfg Co:designing & manufacturing of different gears: Spur, Helix, worm & Worm wheel, etc.

Unfortunately: I bore the brunt of my financial condition, amidst my professional career:to sustain my condition financially,

I had to join the Godrej  & Boyce Mfg Co. Pvt Ltd: Plant  9, Machine Tool Division: mfg: Presses, Shear m/cs, Bending m/cs, line Straightener, etc:  worked as Cost Estimator: 15 years of my long outstanding experience:

I also obtained diploma in electronic engineering: this was my turning point in my career:

I started my new career:Proprietor: HRN Electronics Services.

Maintenance, assembly of  industrial precision gadgets:

Also, took interest “Onset” of Computers: maintenance & assembly with the strict QC

I am 60 + trying to enlighten spiritual knowledge, amongst my brethren which is not even fraction of a divine source.
I want to share my young age experience with my learned viewers:

I underwent my three years defense training course by joining the Sea Cadet Corps which was affiliated with the Indian Navy, conducting the special training course at ” Training Ship Jawahar” a stone frigate ship, named after our first late Prime Minister Shri. Jawaharlal Nehru which was commissioned by our late President Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.

Our Sea Cadet contingent was kept ready during the war with Pakistan in 1965. The war ended abruptly.

Shastri as Prime Minister continued Nehru’s policies of non-alignment and socialism. He led the country during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1965. His slogan of “Jai Jawan Jai Kisan” (“Hail the soldier, Hail the farmer”) became very popular during the war and is remembered even today.[2] The war formally ended with the Tashkent Agreement of 10 January 1966; he died of a heart attack the following day, still in Tashkent. The cause of death has been a subject of conspiracy theories. Courtesy: Wikipedia.

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I am proud to be a recipient of Sea Cadet Corps contingent which took part on the “Republic Day Parade”, 1966, thereby became the recipient of the President’s guard & the honored to receive the certificate.

This is my lifetime achievement being a President’s guard!

Every year, this Parade is held on the 26th January & displaying the military might & preparedness for encountering any eventuality, present or future.
Who can participate in this parade? Physical fitness is a paramount requisite with a wit of high caliber & the best of overall training performance which are the benchmarks required for the select participants in the parade. It was my lifetime achievement & having a sense of pride for my country’s overall progress & military capability, to countering any attack from any quarters.

SEA: S= Self Discipline, E=Enterprise, A=Action

Jai Hind.

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This above photo of mine, was taken in Naval Barracks, New Delhi during the preparation for the world famous, Republic Day Parade, the year was 1966.


I am proud to be a part of Indian Armed Forces!

A glimpse of Republic Day Parde, New Delhi.

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3 Responses to “About me: A brief story of my life:”

  1. Beepjai Says:

    Excellent. I salute you

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