Glittering lights in that house...(Story of a silent humanist)



Suddenly heavens opened up that evening. The Professor was totally unprepared. Rains were torrential and his consulting hours had just ended. He had just got ready to go home and the rains started to pour down in sheets. He waited for some time, his car-driver too was reluctant due to poor visibility and water-logging that was expected. Once the fury of the rains eased a bit the professor asked his car-driver “Shall we go?” Reluctantly the driver agreed. Hardly had they gone five minutes in the failing light that the old car went conk. Stranded in the middle of the road, without any umbrella to protect him from these unforeseen rains; he came out of the car briskly to take protection under the awning of a closed shop nearby. He was hoping to catch a taxi to be driven home. The fury of the rains intensified once again.  He tried to call some numbers through his mobile but nothing seemed to be working. He was obviously distraught.


Distraught

Always very upright, trained in England from where he got his FRCOG, he served a full-term at the local government Medical College before he retired as Professor and Head of the Obgyn department. He then started his own small consulting room in a rented premise admitting his patients in different hospitals.



Rains showed no respite and no taxi was stopping by. The professor watched helplessly as other private vehicles arrogantly passed by caring a damn for people around and splashing water all over. He had been stranded thus for an hour so. Suddenly a white Mercedes that had driven ahead screeched to a halt. It reversed and came close to where he stood. The owner in the backseat waited as his car-driver hurried with an umbrella to where the professor was standing. He said “Sir, please come with me. My master has requested you to come.” The professor was obviously confused. But with this being the best alternative available at that moment, he got under the cover and got into the car.

As he settled in the backseat and wiped his drenched face, he saw a well-dressed gentleman next to him. He was “the master” of the car-driver. He folded his hands to the Professor saying “Namaskaar, Sir”. The Professor responded appropriately but was completely confused about the identity of this Good Samaritan. He was about to tell his address to the driver when the owner said “The driver knows Sir. I have told him where you are to be taken. I will come to reach you home”. The Professor was all the more confused. He, however, remained silent and as some music started playing on the music system of the car he just closed his eyes. Too tired, he had no energy to think.

After about 20 minutes of the drive he heard the owner addressing him: “Sir, do you see that house there?” The Professor opened his eyes and immediately realized he was in one of the most affluent residential areas of the metropolis. On his way to work he passed through this area every day. The car had stopped and the rains too had ceased. “Sir I live there.” “You see the lights in there sir?” The Professor nodded. “Sir those lights are glittering because of you” This left him now completely perplexed. “Who are you, babu?” He asked most humbly. As the owner smiled he told his chauffeur to drive on the car to The Professor’s home. “I will see sir off”. He then turned to his professor to answer the question.

“Sir, I am Dr. Nripen Banerjee”. Oh! So this is Dr. Nripen Banerjee – the most famous cardiothoracic surgeon of his city – The Nripen Banerjee! So much had been heard about him, his fame, his surgical skills and what not. The Professor felt a little intimidated but he quickly regained his composure. “Hello!” he said folding his hands in a Namaskaar. Dr. Banerjee immediately caught hold of his hands and said “No sir, you are my teacher. You are not supposed to say Namaskaar to me. I owe you obeisance”.
Obeisance

As the car rolled on Dr. Banerjee explained: “Sir this is a story of more than three decades. I was a young lad – son of a priest from Bolpur. My father just managed to make his ends meet by performing rituals for people. I got admission in the medical college where you taught. But funds were a huge problem for me. Within a few months in medical college, my measly resources ran dry. My father used to visit me occasionally. But I knew that he was making up the smile on his face vainly trying to boost my morale. I knew he was trying but was not succeeding in getting help for me. Things came to a head when I had to buy my textbooks. Copies in the library were always scarce. The two pairs of clothes that my parents had got stitched anew were also wearing off as the new term began. Now I did not have money to even pay up my fees for the hostel and mess bill. At my wits end, I decided to call quits. I confided for the first time in my roommate, told him of my condition and that I would be leaving in a day or two.”
Disappointed and helpless
“Next evening as I returned to my hostel room completely helpless, disappointed and in tears, I got a huge shock. My entire wardrobe was full of decent looking pairs of new but not costly clothes. I suddenly felt a warmth within. Something good was happening. On my reading table lay neatly stacked new editions of my textbooks for that year. I saw under the base of the reading-lamp a wad of receipts of payments made for my college fees, hostel fees and mess bills all - outstanding as well as for the entire I MBBS course that was remaining. I was too stunned now to react. I just crashed in the chair and let the feeling sink in. Obviously, someone had silently helped me and saved my career. As I collected myself I ran in search of my room-mate. He was the only person who knew about my penury. He didn’t tell much. There is someone is all that he said. I can’t tell you the name. Every year your fees and living expenses will be paid till you complete your MBBS.”


Benevolence

“Sir, thanks to this critical support, I stuck on. I worked very hard and emerged consistently a topper in my class. I then after joined general surgery for my post-graduation and topped there too. But the fact that someone had silently saved my career and probably my life never left me. At the end of my post-graduation, I won a scholarship to do my super-specialization in cardiothoracic surgery abroad. Before I left I traced that erstwhile roommate of mine who was doing general practice in the city now. After a long plea, he revealed your name with a promise that I will not approach you to thank you. That he said was his stiff but strict condition. For decades, he said you would anonymously help students out of such crisis. You were that messiah who has saved so many” 


Glittering lights in a posh house

“Sir I know this for nearly 25 years now. Today the lights that you saw in my house are your lights. You illuminated those decades ago and we live under their glitter, lest I would have left and gone to do priesthood in Bolpur. I even considered committing suicide – you saved me that day. But I have not forgotten you even for a moment. Sir, my wife and I have established a system which supports students like me anonymously without any obligation on the recipient. We do not tell this to anyone. You are the first one I am sharing this with”.

“Sir, such numerous lights in so many houses glitter today because of you and your inspiration. Thank you, sir” 
Thank You Sir!


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  1. Jasumati ‏@JasumatiPatel from Perth, Western Australia tweeted this comment on this blog; Lovely story restores faith in humanity

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  2. simplyM ‏@mmsimply tweeted this comment on the blog: I did! Leaves you feeling warm.

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  3. @jdnutan tweeted this on the blog : That touched.

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  4. @jdnutan tweeted this on the blog : That touched.

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  5. मजा आगया बहोत खूब।

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  6. मजा आगया बहोत खूब।

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  7. Leena Nair passed this comment in Facebook on the blog: Very inspiring, Sir! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Deepa Hanamsagar passed this comment in facebook on this blog: Very touching sir.. Thanks for writing

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  9. Suguna Veera passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Very touching sir..still there is humanity somewhere

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  10. Shirish Daftary passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Thank you for sharing this soul stirring story. Such angels live unsung amongst us.

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  11. Sushie Singh passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: we drift apart after our studies.. not everybody gets a chance to thank and show their gratitude to their teachers, a very few blessed ones can !... touching story

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  12. Ujaas Dawar passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Sir this is stupendously awesome!!!

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  13. Thanks, sir for linking this story to me! Truly heart warming. ☺

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  14. Jayashree Sridhar passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: A teacher and a humane doctor touch as many lives, a humane teacher doctor, well, double the nobility

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  15. Chitra B. Divakaruni ‏@cdivakaruni (American Book Award winning Author of OLeander Girl, One Amazing Thing, Palace Of Illusions. Sister Of My Heart)tweeted this on the blog: Very nice!

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  16. Owl~Raven ‏@Gypsy_Hawk_3 tweeted this on the blog: That is a wonderful story!! Thank you for sharing that with me to read

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    1. Owl~Raven ‏@Gypsy_Hawk_3 tweeted further on the blog: Wonderful. It was a great heart warming story about paying it forward😊

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  17. ‏@kokeesachdeva tweeted this on the blog: Neat and warm. Lovely write. A pleasure reading good emotions described. :)

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    1. || Koki || ‏@kokeesachdeva tweeted again on the blog: A pleasure reading good emotions described

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  18. Shaami ‏@shaami90 tweeted this on the blog: thank you for sharing. Yes, seems i am gonna enjoy following your blog.

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  19. Naiti Agarwal ‏@MissNobody72 tweeted this comment on the blog: Very Poignant!! Luved it!! :)

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  20. BMHathaway ‏@Charlie_Grampa tweeted this comment on the blog: I read this, Pankaj! I loved it, it was very emotional, and I got chills!Thank you, Barry!

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  21. Nayanika ‏@nayanikaaa tweeted this comment on the blog: lovely

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  22. atiya zaidi ‏@atiyaz tweeted this comment on the blog: Nice

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  23. Cynthia Sierra ‏@azdesertr0se from Phoenix, AZ tweeted this comment on the blog: Such a lovely story! It touched my very heart. Thank you for sharing it with me. Bountiful blessings!

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  24. Dimple ‏@Dimple969 tweeted this comment on the blog; So beautiful, loved it, thank you for sharing

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  25. Vikas Gorhe passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: A real messiah!

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  26. It is a beautiful story of ideal teacher and student.Felt good reading it.

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    1. Thank you very much for your kind appreciation. I am touched

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  27. We need to bring back those values (we so universally cherish) for our own good. Bow down in salute.

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    1. Thanks Akhil. I fully agree with your idea

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  28. We need to bring back those values (we so universally cherish) for our own good. Bow down in salute.

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  29. Bithika Duttaroy passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: I feel it's solely due to such beautiful & wonderful people that this world stays habitable & life becomes a celebration!!!

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  30. Dr. Amrutha Balaji passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: It's a touching story.Txs for share Sir.

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  31. Priyanka Shukla passed this comment on the blog in Facebook:Sir , thanks .
    That motivates us to do something similar anonymously humanly humble act..

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    1. Priyanka Shukla furhter commented thus on Facebook: Sir it's my pleasure to share your blog's treasure

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  32. Uma Devi Alluri passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Very nice story...thanks for sharing sir

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  33. Pratibha Makhija passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Very touchy story Sir n we can support atleast one human live

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  34. Ritesh Joshi passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Great Moral. I promise you that will try to implement the moral in my life also.
    Regards.

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  35. Shanta Durgae passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Heart touching, selfless work, reaches God.

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  36. Veera Lohia passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: noble deed,indeed,so inspiring

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  37. Renu Singh Gahlaut passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: So inspiring let that human within us alive

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  38. Kulvinder Kochar Kaur passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Wonderful gesture by the professor.

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  39. A teacher teaches not just by his words but also by his actions.....
    help those that you can wen u are at the zenith.....
    goodness and godliness boomerang on you as do the bad ones...
    Soulful story with a profound message...thank u sir🙏🏻

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  40. Sunitha Nahar ‏@SunithaNahar tweeted this on the blog: Lovely. Makes us believe in humanity all over again.

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  41. Shruti Mehandale passed this comment in Whatsapp on the blog: Loved it!

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  42. Paras Modi passed this comment in Whatsapp on the blog: Superb

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  43. Arvind Desai passed this comment in Whatsapp on the blog: Nice

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  44. Ishwar Shari passed this comment in Whatsapp on the blog: A generous person. Help without expecting any returns

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  45. Great job by Professor, inspirational too,may this chain join by everyone🌺

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    1. Thank you very much for your kind words. Much appreciated

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  46. Yasmin Syed passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Very touchy story humanity is still alive

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  47. Majedah Hakim passed this comment in Whatsapp on the blog: I read this and cried profusely...wished I could bring joy to someone's life like this...Professors are to be saluted...Dr. Pankaj if I have to be honest..I don't know why but I thought about you and your wife and said a prayer that day...I feel you are doing a lot more in your own way...God bless you both always

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  48. Kamal Desai passed this comment in Whatsapp on this blog: Humanity lives because of such individuals

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  49. Harini T. passed this comment on the blog in Whatsapp: Woke up to the warmth of glittering lights in the house. its poignancy evokes feelings deep down...Wonderful to see this

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  50. Binjal Desai passed this comment on the blog in Whatsapp: It's a heart touching story

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  51. Punit Bhatt passed this comment on the blog in Whatsapp: Nice read

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  52. Mamta Desai passed this comment on the blog in Whatsapp: Thank you for sharing "messiah" in true sense. Very touching & inspired to do so atleast bit for the society.

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  53. Debbrata Burman passed this comment on the blog in Whatsapp: Thank you very much sir...really liked it very much. It was a great inspiration for all of us. hope I can be of any help to anybody someday

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  54. Priya passed this comment on the blog in Whatsapp: Very touched and shows me ways to help people.

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  55. Aanchal ‏@amansi24 tweeted this comment on the blog: Beautiful....thank u for sharing

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  56. Dhiraj ‏@dhirajanand_200 tweeted this comment on the blog: it's a nice read, deserves to be spread

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  57. Pankaj I read your blog Its very well written. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Thank you very much. Your words are of great encouragement

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  58. BG ‏@bananighosh BG tweeted this comment on the blog: Brilliant. We all are indebted to our teachers in more than one way. God bless you 😊

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  59. Incredibly inspirational. Touched to see this side of yours Sir. We, all your students are highly indebted to you. Wish the blessings you showered to all your students, multiply and come back to you and your family.

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    3. Very nice and inspirational one for many .helping hand is one of the best human quality .great sir .pray god to give me atleast few qualities of yours

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  60. Incredibly inspirational. Touched to see this side of yours Sir. We, all your students are highly indebted to you. Wish the blessings you showered to all your students, multiply and come back to you and your family.

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  61. Very nice and inspirational one for many persons .Helping hand is one the best human quality .Great sir .pray god to give us few of your qualities

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  62. Charity begets more charity
    Great professor and great philanthropic efforts
    I'm interested in something else
    The portrayal of characters and the build up
    Message to the society

    Plot could've been even better
    If professor had MI
    And timely treatment done by the pupil
    minus the bills
    And the whole story takes shape from there
    Thanks for sharing sir

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    1. Very nice suggestions Dr. Inees. Very positive. I will consider it in some other blog. Thank you once again.

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  63. Indu Karasi passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: it's truly truly heart touching...hats of those Guru's who's yet serving future of d nations silently smile emoticon

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  64. Tahseen Khan passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Beautiful story sir.Inspire us to do at least something good

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  65. Priyal Vora passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Truly heart melting ! Such souls do restore our faith in humanity.

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    1. Priyal Vora further commented through Whatsapp: Loved the blog. truly a heart-melting story...Thanks for sharing. You have knit the entire story in a way that it feels I was right there witnessing all of it.

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  66. Manobendra Roy passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Very heartening to read this...may their numbers increase manifold...thanks for sharing...

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  67. Abhay Sukhatme passed this comment in Whatsapp on the blog: Lovely story! Such students needed today. Teachers are still there even today in this materialistic world.

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  68. Naja Jalu passed this comment on the blog in Whatsapp: Inspiring....very very inspiring.

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  69. Kawita Bapat passed this message on the blog in Whatsapp:Nice message

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  70. Bimal Desai passed this comment on the blog in Whatsapp: Thank you for sharing...God is in us...we need to discover Him within

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  71. Rupa Shah passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Touching story ...inspiring

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  72. Nitin Godbole ‏@nitingodbole tweeted this comment on the blog: Wonderful!

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  73. The Eagle. ‏@Pratap061061 tweeted this on the blog: Very nice story on silence humanity.

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  74. •|grewal|• ‏@canniikin tweeted this on the blog: What goes around comes around:)

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  75. Dr.Damodhar.M.V ‏@DrDamodhar tweeted this on the blog: your simple innocent writing is a real treat to read always Sir...

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  76. Pranab Chatterjee MD ‏@scepticemia tweeted this on the blog: Nice read, indeed. Thanks for sending the link my way.

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  77. Snigdha Khurana remarked thi on the blog in Facebook: Great

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  78. wonderful well written is this a true story

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    1. Thank you very much for your kind appreciation. Yes Sir it is based on a true story of course fictionalised so that the names of the characters remain hidden

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  79. Sunil R Parikh passed this comment in Facebook on this blog: "Great story". "Great inspiration".

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  80. Thanks for sending such wonderful inspirational story

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    1. Thank you very much for your kind encouragement

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  81. speechless to hear such an emotional story .In future tell a few more to keep up our moral values.

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    1. Thanks. Your words are of great encouragement for me

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  82. Sanchayta ‏@drsanchaytadas tweeted this comment on this blog: Wonderful

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  83. Rajarshi ‏@TheRajarshi tweeted this on the blog: Loved it.

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  84. Lavanya ‏@TheSignOfFive tweeted this on the blog: Thank you, Dr. Desai. Great story.

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  85. Sukhvir Garcha ‏@sukhvirgarcha tweeted this on the blog: Very nice and heart touching story. Thanks for sharing.

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  86. Dinakaran Rengachary ‏@dinakaran tweeted this on the blog Thank you. Read it. Very moving :)

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  87. Vinaykumar Pai Raikar emailed this comment on the blog: Pankaj, tear jerker. I do little bit from my side. We are blessed and should reach the I reached.

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    1. Thank you very much Yashodara Pallam for your appreciation

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  89. Roque Ribeiro emailed this comment on the blog: It is a true life story, it restores our faith in humanity. If fictional, it is very inspiring.

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  90. Siya Sharma emailed this comment on the blog: Really wonderful. Made me to sit up and think.
    My prayers to this Great Person. Will I have courage to be like this professor?

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  91. Nabanita Deka emailed this comment on the blog: Glittering light is a very touching story sir where humanity really present

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  92. Santosh Sharma emailed this comment on the blog: Very touching and inspiring

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  93. Kalpana Modi emailed this comment on the blog: Teachers are next to god; they mould your character and thinking.Good teachers show us the right path in our life. Thanks for sharing

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  94. Pushpa Jhungare emailed this comment on the blog: Really a very touching story ! Do keep sharing. Thank you!

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  95. Sweta Rai emailed this comment on the blog: Lovely story.Goodness touches your heart. Inspires us to be good, to do good.

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  96. Hitesh Bhatt emailed this comment on the blog: Excellent story. Nicely narrated. Is this a real incidence? Who was this professor? From Baroda?

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  97. John Smoleniec emailed this comment on the blog: Dear Pankaj, Heart warmimg – humility in the face of success & kind deeds without expecting rewards and one will be rewarded in many ways

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  98. ItsBijal ‏@bijal_ tweeted this comment on the blog: Benevolence Sirji, small deeds go a long way to have positive effects in people's life! Thank you for sharing ☺

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  99. One good deed deserves another one...great story,sir.

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  100. One good deed deserves another one...great story,sir.

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  101. Priti Dungarwal emailed these comments on the blog: Wonderful writing skills sir.story with a message.

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  102. Sir,
    TRULY A TOUCHING STORY I as Principal of KIMS Bangalore had a similar occasion when one of my close colleague contacted me and brought a similar situation and requested whether I could find a good samaritan who could help a girl who had been abonded by father and her helpless mother was struggling to pay her fees as well as for her books and hostel expenses I contacted one good friend of mine who would help such students and he readily agrred to provide financial help on the condition that his identity should be kept secret .Today I am proud that girl graduated in merit and went abroad .I dont know her where abouts but she is doing well somewhere

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    1. Dr. Krishna you are a great teacher and your greatness gets reflected in what all you do including your comments above. Thank you very much

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  103. Dr. Pankaj You have an excellent combination of good clinician, teacher, story teller and human being.

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    1. Thank you sir for your kind words of encouragement. I am touched.

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  104. DrSudhir Shah passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Greatly written

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  105. Chetali Bansal passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: An inspiring story

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  106. Charu Rawat Mittal passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Truly inspiring and very positively reinforcing humanity - Made me think
    "khaali haath aye hain, khali haath jayenge,
    bas kucch khushi, kucch khushbu bikhrate jayenge"

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  107. Ganesh Patel passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Pankajbhai. Very nice story. As a teacher still you are inspiring about such a story for humanity for correct help to deserved poor student in upbringing. You are also a great humanity teacher. Thanks for story.

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  108. Vishakha Shah passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Wonderful and inspiring story Sir..🏻🏻

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  109. Rachana Sutaria-Pandey passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Great story Sir.. Just how you inspired the students around you

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  110. Tereza ‏@TBGTNT tweeted this on the blog: Really beautiful & enlightening. Thank you for sharing with me.

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  111. Jayanthy Thammiah emailed this comment on the blog: Beautiful message for humanity

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  112. Chitra Jain emailed this comment on the blog: A very touchy story. If all of us start thinking like this there will be a great revolution

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  113. Drchhindo Jassal passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Wonderful! !

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  114. loversqueen_shelley ‏@shelleyshailjag tweeted this on the blog: Yeah I liked that story very much if everyine in the world thinks like our world would be a better place to live in

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  115. Sujata Garg emailed this comment o the blog: Believe in miracles

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  116. Be compassionate and be grateful, miracles are happening with us every single moment. Dr Pankaj keep writing.

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    1. Indeed very well expressed Monica. Thanks

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  117. Amee Judal passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Excellent story

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  118. Pravin Patel passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: This is what needed today in society. If even one person will inspire, it help to all.

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  119. Sejal P. Jobanputra ‏@sejaljobanputra tweeted this comment on the blog: Absolutely loved reading this. In-fact I know someone just like d professor. Thank u for sharing this story.

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  120. Sumittra Chauhan passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: It's a very sensitive story, inspiring and educative in the sense that if anyone spreds the hands for help if capable then so many can be blessed inspite of donating in temples or religious ceremonies

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  121. parvati ‏@trishul108 tweeted this on the blog: Gratitude for sharing it. Omg... So beautiful... Is this true ?

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  122. Hema Jajoo passed this comment on Google Plus: Sir, very very inspiring. Thanks for sharing.

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  123. 13 Dimensions ‏@13D_AlphaOmega tweeted this about the blog: Very heart warming Pankaj. Those who give without thought of receiving anything in return are truly loving people.

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  124. Jayashree Prasad emailed this comment on the blog: very touching.....Dil.se..Dil..thak chooliya sir

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  125. Sudhendu Dasgupta emailed this comment on the blog: Nice story ,thank you sir here lies the credit ,success & satisfaction of a good teacher.

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  126. Deepak Pal ‏@Deepakpal tweeted this comment on the blog: Its just great. Thank you for sharing it with me.

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  127. Athena C ‏@Athenaconstandi tweeted this on the blog: A touching story!

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  128. Suresh Amin emailed these comments on the blog: Moving story. Thank you Pankajbhai. I enjoyed

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  129. Anavil Samaj Global ‏@_AnavilSamaj tweeted this comment on the blog: Very inspirational story teaching us to support everyone, you could save and make the lives of others something special!

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  130. Dr. Amul Pandya emailed this comment on the blog: Great person.

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  131. vijay nair ‏@veijayen tweeted this on the blog: Wah..A lesson in empathy and love

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  132. ಹೋಗ್ಲಿ ಬಿಡಿ ‏@ONSx3 tweeted this on the blog: Truly moved me to tears Sir.

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  133. Heman Kulkarni emailed this comment on the blog: Excellent story!! It's heartening to know that kind souls are still living in this wicked world!! These are real " Being Human". Keep sharing such master pieces!!

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  134. Nayson Olyai emailed this comment on the blog: Really touching.....

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  135. Sumeet Harinarayan Somani emailed this comment on the blog: Such a lovely story. I was actually imagining the characters ....Thank you for sharing this.

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  136. Rama Shrivastav emailed this comment on the blog: A heart touching story - nice post. If you have integrity ,nothing else matters.If you do not have integrity,nothing else matters-Alan Simpson

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  138. Chimi Doley ‏@chim_dol tweeted this on the blog: Thank you for sharing such simple yet beautiful story

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  139. The Talent Bank ‏@the_talent_bank tweeted this on the blog: Nice work! Add it to our short story category

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  140. Khanafe Khan passed this comment on the blog on Facebook: GOODNESS AND HUMANE BEHAVIOR MUST BE APPRECIATED AND LAUDED!!!!!

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  141. Kamal Pathak emailed this comment on the blog: Very classy

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  142. Monica Chawla passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: Beautiful ..touching !

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  143. Ruby Ruprai passed this comment on the blog in Facebook: A great share by our most revered dr Pankaj D Desai. Thank you sir

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  144. Sarbjit Singh ‏@ssarbjit tweted this comment on the blog: Beautiful story, very well narrated. Must read.

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  145. Hiren Bhatt emailed this comment on the blog: Great story sir! Restores faith in Gurus in this era of Commercialization. Thanks for sharing.

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  146. Mrs Shrini ‏@bezubaan tweeted this on the blog: Brought tears to my eyes-may his like prosper!

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  147. Nipa Shah ‏@nipashah tweted this comment on the blog: Loved it. Thank you for sharing

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  148. ambimgp ‏@ambimgp tweeted this comment on the blog: A positive story to start the day ! Good Day to All !

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  149. ShambhalaMessenger ‏@ShambhalaMsgr tweeted this on the blog: I liked your story. Thanks for sharing.

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  150. Natasha Sokolova ‏@SokoLoca tweeted this on the blog: Wonderful! Thank you!

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  151. नया दाकतर ‏@Imkalpesh17 tweeted this on the blog: Good one..

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  152. Really a touching one! Thank you sir!

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  153. Sangita Pikale sent this email on the blog: My dad was the Dean and he was supposed to pay about Rs 20,000 to the fee department for some guarantee money or something , his parents were out of station and he did not know what to do as the last date was reached , he approached My Dad as Dean and told him the problem , and My Dad paid his 20,000 from his funds way back in about 1992 when his own salary as Dean was Rs 7000/ and told him to go home .

    All my life as a kid we saw Dad as HOD of Surgery and Dean give blood every 2 to 3 months as there was shortage of blood perennially and as the man behind Trauma ward he needed to save lives so blood even if it was his had to be given , and my mother would get worried as she knew that you have to wait 3 months for next donation . Dad would tell her that the copper sulphate method was testing that he is fit to donate and continued it till he retired he must have on an average donated at least 5 tomes a year for over 20 years . He never took a card nor got an award , He said I did it for myself and its called "Donation " so how can I take acknowledgement bec as soon as you take something in return it becomes a trade or Barter and so does not remain Donation .

    there are a million more good things he did . Never got any awards as our community also awards are given only after lobbying .

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  154. शिशिर सोमवंशी ‏@Shishir_Som Tweeted this comment on the blog: Outstanding.... must read.

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  155. RJ Dhvanit ‏@RjDhvanit tweeted this on the blog: Badhiya hai.

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  156. teddy ‏@dimwittedjoker tweeted this on the blog: Good one

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  157. Abha Bhat emailed these comments on the blog: Beautiful and touching story Sir! I could see the events as if they were unfolding right in front of me!

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  158. Milan Boruah emailed this comment on the blog: They are like underground streams - enriching everything along their course. Lovely story - inspiring . These are the sort of stories which need encryption in both our hearts and minds. Thanks .

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  159. Indrani Deb emailed this comment on the blog: Such a touching story.

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  160. M. Rahman emailed this comment on the blog: That story was just mindblogging

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  161. Extra ordinary story written beautifully,sir!
    Humanity prevails!

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  162. jd nutan @jdnutan passed this comment on the blog: Beautiful....... Humanist for sure 👌

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  163. Sejal P. Jobanputra‏ @sejaljobanputra passed this comment on the blog Beautiful story.😃

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  164. Nagapanjami‏ @panjami tweeted this on the blog: The one reason we are here
    To find our path and help others as much as we could along the way.. there's much joy in giving.. awesome article

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