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The Endless Learning Curve A memoir of a forever-curious soul

Author Name: R.S. AHUJA | Format: Paperback | Genre : Biographies & Autobiographies | Other Details

If you’ve ever heard stories of upheaval and the rising of the spirit from the ashes like a phoenix bird, then you’ve surely known the likes of the author, Ram Sharan Ahuja. Being born with a silver spoon in his mouth in a family of successful businessmen may not have been enough of a promise for a good life when his family lost everything in their escape for survival during India’s Partition in 1947.

Barely seven years old, little “Sharan” saw his family fall into poverty from their earlier opulence and learned to help in his own little way ever since. That was the beginning of a positive mindset that made him a winner. Mr Ahuja’s life is a saga of a great attitude and a never-ending zeal to remain curious through turmoil and triumphs, helping him learn at every juncture.

Despite what life meted out, Mr. Ahuja grew up to be a man without prejudice and malice. For this, he feels indebted to a few precious things that he holds up in the book.

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R.S. AHUJA

Ram Sharan Ahuja may be an octogenarian, a grandfather, father, and a

caring husband, but his heart is forever young and optimistic. To all who

come across him, he’s a curious, happy soul. He now lives in Mumbai, caring

for his ailing wife, Sneh Prabha. During his free time, he’s active on social

media to sneak peek into the world outside.

Zealous about the advancements of technology, Mr. Ahuja always looks

forward to learning more. A Punjabi Khatri from erstwhile Pakistan, he had

to flee to India after the partition of the country. Life’s circumstances compelled him to join the

insurance business at the young age of 15. Despite what life meted out, Mr. Ahuja grew up to be a

man without prejudice and malice. For this, he feels indebted to a few precious things that he holds

up in the book.

If you read this book, he would love to hear from you. Feel free to email him anytime. Or connect

with him on Facebook or Twitter. Even a chat will make him feel great. Better still, if you write a

review of this book.

Email: rsahuja@hotmail.com

Twitter: @ahujars

 

Facebook : RamAhuja1

 

 

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