Midwest Book Review of ‘Bapaji and Me’

Bapaji and Me: A Memoir of India and Beyond is a memoir of medicine and the Indian community. It documents a grandfather’s history and influence and the changes that have affected India’s relationships and regions. Sadhna Bhatia weaves the compelling saga of an exceptionally wise grandfather who instilled in her, at an early age, a […]

Grandparents and Joint Family in Indian Culture

After reading my book Bapaji and Me, my dear friend suggested I write a blog on grandparents and joint families in Indian Culture. In Indian cultures, Grandparents and Joint family are intertwined and glued together. Grandparents are the Guardian angels that give you boundless love and you can do no wrong. They are the Megamillions […]

A Tribute To My Parents

A Tribute to my Parents My mother, Chaeji, I will treasure always for all she did everyday to make my life and world a better place due to her unconditional and loving efforts. My Mom carried on her shoulders the total household responsibility with grace and patience starting at a young age and continued  forever […]

Climbing a Mountain as a Woman Doctor of Color

Dr. Mario Ablondi with the OR crew LMH

My dream as a child was to become a doctor. This dream was fulfilled as an adult when I was admitted to the prestigious Lady Hardinge Medical College for women in New Delhi, India. A short introduction to LHMC History. Lady Hardinge, the wife of the then Viceroy of India, initiated the process in 1914 […]

Volunteering at the Metro West Free Medical Program and other Volunteer Activities

My utmost desire was to go to 3rd world countries and offer my services to the needy and underprivileged after my retirement. Unfortunately due to other obligations and commitments to family life I could not accomplish my plan, But I had opportunities here in my own backyard  in Suburban Boston  that would be rewarding. I […]

Cherished Memories with Friends

Over my 80-year lifespan I have treasured and enjoyed the company of my old friends while making new friends as time went by. Each group has a very unique place in my friendship, my reflections start with my dear friend Ragini.  We met at age 4 on our first day in kindergarten at Mt. Carmel […]

Doctors Can’t Cook

At an early age of 5, I already knew I wanted to become a doctor, due to my Bapaji’s mantra, influence, and teachings. When I was 13yrs old, Chaeji suggested I should learn how to cook.  My reply was short and simple, “You know I’m going to be a doctor and doctors don’t cook!”, as […]

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