MAHESH G UBHAYAKAR

Bangalore, India

Mahesh Ubhayakar has voluntarily retired from a secure job in Indian Railways, of that of an Office Superintendent from Diesel Loco Shed, Krishnarajapuram in Bangalore, to risk writing and timing this book to its realistic mission. He was grievously injured in the 1989 K.K Express train accident, recovered miraculously, played and promoted sports, especially tennis ball cricket, in his Shed, apart from streamlining the eternal diversity in his field of work. He terms his survival and service in the Shed as a “Celebration of Life.” The author says this book highlights (through howlarious incidents and pithy observations) and attacks some areas of inefficiency, tardiness and hypocrisy in Govt. offices. It injects the much needed ENEMA into its Highly Constipated System and advocates a timely VIIth PAY COMMISSION. A must read for the Service-Minded and also the Government Bashers.



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Sachin Khanauji survives a train accident with grievous injuries. Having to forego his dream of a Defence job, a disillusioned Sachin gets employed in Indian Railways where, unexpectedly, he finds his true calling. He discovers the real heroes of our Indian transportation system, in the unsung, isolated, neglected but exploited Diesel Locomotives and its quirky Maintenance Sheds, and strives to salvage their place in the sun. Peppered with humorous anecdotes, touching accounts and pithy observations, 'And So I Lived' is a fictional biography by Mahesh G. Ubhayakar, surmising his bitter-sweet experiences, in his 25 years’ in Railways - the hardship, the resilience and the triumph in b...

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