It all began in 1996, the year of awakening in my life.
As I was busy beginning to kick start my career, I was fortunately led by the Hand of God - Providence.
I was working as the first on call doctor to a leading Orthopeadic Surgeon in Malar Hospital, Chennai. I was also preparing to take the exams required to secure a seat for research positions in USA. Stress crept in me surruptiously.
I couldn't contnue in the job and I decided to follow the cues that nature had been giving me. I went in to the laps of mother nature in Devanahally, a rural village near Bangalore.
By 2010, I had to move out for higher studies and I had to shut down the hospital. Those were the days of direct blessings.
I was always enthralled by the wisdom of the simple rual people and the culture that shaped their health. It was wonderful days of learning.
Finally in the year 2013, I was fortunate to come back and start the UFA World Health Edu-Care Center. The warmth and the love of the people was revitalising. I felt I was continuing the service as I could rconnect with the environment and the people as never before. Though the landscape had changed a lot, the feel of the land was nostalgic. It has helped me expand my horizon of thinking as I walk back the corridors of time. Service with purity is the mantra that holds us up in times of challenges. And I resolve to uphold health care in its highest pedestal that it has always been held by way of helping all who seek help to EXPERIENCE TRUTH @ UFA WORLD HI Health Edu-Care Center.
I was invited to take care of the Manjunatha Hospital by a chance encounter with a Doctor in the Australian Consulate few months before I crashed with stress.
He had to apparently leave for higher studies.
I took care of the rural people and they along with the beautiful nature, nurtured me out of the stress miraculously.
The doctor who invited me had to move out of the place due to certain compelling reasons and I had to take over the hospital. It was renamed as Jai Shri Krishna Hospital.
I could serve and learn a lot in life in Devanahalli. It was a 16 bedded nursing home serving the rural areas which included around 50 to 100 villages.
Holistic health care was the mission and the we were working 24 hours.
Devanahalli, Rural District, Bangalore, Karnataka