Nope. This is not a post on AMUL.
I read this article about an extraordinary Indian and it was so touching and exhilarating that felt it would be nice to share it in this blog.
As like any hero worshipper or fan, the author has sang paeans about this man and i hope there are no skeletons tumbling out by the time this post sees the light of the day. For now, lets bask in the happiness that this favourite country of God is blessed periodically with people who would give their damnest to get things done.
I've had the privilge to use two of your designs, the one at Rameswaram and the one at Konkan. Thank you for those innumerable wide eyed stare and wonder spots that were sprinkled all along throughout the journey. Your life and achievements are etched in stone examples for the saying, "success is not a destination, but a journey". No wonder people admire the course of engineering so much and fall head over heels for it. If this much can be achieved by one dedicated engineer, well, i can only say he did his course and job proud.
God bless you noble sire.