Memoirs of a Village Boy

The book narrates the life story of the author from early childhood in a typical village in India to a retired life in the United States. It shows the courage and determination of a father to give the son the best possible education in spite of having no resources to speak of. Still he manages to send him to university. The son gets a respectable Government job but later goes to USA.

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Words: 12,910
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476186054
About Dharmbir Rai Sharma

D. R. Sharma is a retired professor with physics and electrical engineering background. He was born in India and received most of his education there obtaining a Master's degree in physics and then worked for ten years in the Indian Meteorological Service. After that he came to the United States and obtained a PhD in electrical engineering at Cornell University. He has taught at a few universities here and also in Brazil where he lived for some six years. During the last ten years of his professional career he worked at the U S Army Research and Development Engineering Center in St. Louis, MO where he also taught at a university as an adjunct professor.
After his retirement he took to creative writing as a hobby. His first publication was a novel: What Dies Is Not Me. After writing several other non-fiction books he decided to explore the interplay between philosophy and science. He has had a lifelong interest in Vedanta and most of his writings reflect that. He has written several articles and eBooks. Currently he lives in Austin, Texas.

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