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Ravi V. Chhabra

YOU ARE WHAT IS YOU!

My Dad (1920-2000)

[Ramesh Chander Chhabra - AD 1920-2000] 


Ramesh Chander Chhabra
His memorable words:

**Keep THY EGO Low!**

He was born on June 6, in Sialkot, in erstwhile unpartitioned India. The city is now in Pakistan and is still famous for sports products manufacturing and exports. My father's family business was sports goods supplies and running fuel (Kerosene oil & petrol) depots.

He wanted to become a medical doctor but due to pressure from his stubborn father to join the family business, he left further studies midway after completing Bachelors in Science (BSc) from the prestigious DAV College in Lahore with distinction and subsequently, he witnessed the rioting Sialkot city during  India's partition that he fled and came with his young wife and a baby daughter in cradle to settle in New Delhi, India.

Golden Medallion for meritorious services + certificateIt is a tale of human struggle and God-made tragedy but I guess that's not so important as of now. He worked hard - went to work on a bicycle for many years to bring up 4-daughters and a son. His first job after landing in post-partitioned India was with the Indian Government as an assessment officer and in a few years, he joined the United States Information Service (USIS) at the American Embassy in New Delhi. He worked in the Press Department at the USIS as a journalist for almost 25-years and retired on medical grounds. He bought his first car in the mid-1960s – an Austin of England  hatchback. My mother narrates that he used to play the violin with verve.

Senior journalist and ex-high commissioner to the UK, Kuldip Nayar He was honoured with the Golden Eagle medallion by the then US President Richard Nixon in person in 1969 for meritorious service. My father was a contemporary of senior journalist and former Indian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Kuldip Nayar (kuldipnayar.com), with whom he shared a great rapport and with him, he also worked alongside at the USIS.

 

My father retired on medical grounds and became an American Government annuitant. He died after a prolonged illness in the year 2000. Some of his friends remember him for his writing prowess in English, Hindi and Urdu. I maintain a few jottings by him, an American editing style-sheet, a pipe and an old Agfa Gevaert camera that I cherish as his relics.
 

[A table, a chair, a bowl of fruit and a violin; what else does a man need to be happy?]

- Albert Einstein

-rV  
 

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My Dad (1920-2000)

[Ramesh Chander Chhabra - AD 1920-2000] 


Ramesh Chander Chhabra
His memorable words:

**Keep THY EGO Low!**

He was born on June 6, in Sialkot, in erstwhile unpartitioned India. The city is now in Pakistan and is still famous for sports products manufacturing and exports. My father's family business was sports goods supplies and running fuel (Kerosene oil & petrol) depots.

He wanted to become a medical doctor but due to pressure from his stubborn father to join the family business, he left further studies midway after completing Bachelors in Science (BSc) from the prestigious DAV College in Lahore with distinction and subsequently, he witnessed the rioting Sialkot city during  India's partition that he fled and came with his young wife and a baby daughter in cradle to settle in New Delhi, India.

Golden Medallion for meritorious services + certificateIt is a tale of human struggle and God-made tragedy but I guess that's not so important as of now. He worked hard - went to work on a bicycle for many years to bring up 4-daughters and a son. His first job after landing in post-partitioned India was with the Indian Government as an assessment officer and in a few years, he joined the United States Information Service (USIS) at the American Embassy in New Delhi. He worked in the Press Department at the USIS as a journalist for almost 25-years and retired on medical grounds. He bought his first car in the mid-1960s – an Austin of England  hatchback. My mother narrates that he used to play the violin with verve.

Senior journalist and ex-high commissioner to the UK, Kuldip Nayar He was honoured with the Golden Eagle medallion by the then US President Richard Nixon in person in 1969 for meritorious service. My father was a contemporary of senior journalist and former Indian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Kuldip Nayar (kuldipnayar.com), with whom he shared a great rapport and with him, he also worked alongside at the USIS.

 

My father retired on medical grounds and became an American Government annuitant. He died after a prolonged illness in the year 2000. Some of his friends remember him for his writing prowess in English, Hindi and Urdu. I maintain a few jottings by him, an American editing style-sheet, a pipe and an old Agfa Gevaert camera that I cherish as his relics.
 

[A table, a chair, a bowl of fruit and a violin; what else does a man need to be happy?]

- Albert Einstein

-rV  
 


 
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