Mukesh Ranjan

My beginning as a legally recognized individual occurred on Jan 01, 1982 in Dhanbad, India, in a hospital that no longer exists. Of course I can’t consciously remember anything from the first two or three years of my life after birth. (And, also, one suspects, psychologically, that the earliest memories have become “memories of memories” and are comparable to traditional folk tales passed on by tellers and listeners from generation to generation.) But facts are available when direct memory fails for many circumstances.

My father for whom I was named is a coal India employee and mom is a housewife. We r 3 brother and I am the youngest one.

I went to the Imperial school of learning in Dhanbad that was situated around small mountains and full of greenery. Being in school and having fun their still shiver me.

Dhanbad, a small city in a comparatively remote geographical location in Jharkhand, was a community of scholars but not of high technology and good resources. It was a center of coal mines, minerals, businessmen etc. that owed its existence to the railroad and the rich nearby coal fields. So, from the intellectual viewpoint, it offered the sort of challenge that one had to learn from the world’s knowledge rather than from the knowledge of the immediate community.

Regarding the circumstances of my life I consider myself as unlucky person in daily life but luck comes to me when I wanted it. I was unlucky for not scoring marks in exams instead of considered as good students of class but at last in BE  I secured good marks but missed distinction.

Thus further time passed. Then gradually I began to intellectually reject some of the delusionally influenced lines of thinking which had been characteristic of my orientation. 

I started thinking rationally and started understanding the nature of life around but the feeling is to make my self good enough among others and that time will be the time of real joy.

So at the present time I seem to be thinking rationally again in the style that is characteristic of engineers. One aspect of this is that rationality of thought imposes a limit on a person’s concept of his relation to the cosmos.