A story about military service providing Care and Comfort to the suffering humanity symbolized by Madhubala

The story about my military service is inspired by the Living Spirit of Madhubala that I visualized in Ann Arbor.

The Rudi-Grant Connection celebrates the wartime military service in the Army Medical Corps

I was granted Short Service Regular Commission in the Army Medical Corps during September 1969 and participated in the Liberation War of Bangladesh in 1971.

Special Frontier Force takes pride in India-Egypt relations on 74th Republic Day of India

The 74th Republic Day Celebration of my life’s journey is of special significance to me. I served in the Indian Army Medical Corps and had the unique opportunity to begin my military career at the Special Frontier Force/Establishment No. 22/Vikas Regiment

Vijay Diwas 2022. Special Frontier Force pays tribute to the fallen heroes of the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War

I take this golden opportunity to acknowledge the leadership role of Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi in the execution of the Liberation War of Bangladesh.

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods celebrates Kargil Vijay Diwas 2022

I describe myself as The Unknown Soldier of America for I served in Special Frontier Force-Establishment No. 22-Vikas Regiment without obtaining a Service Identity Document Card issued by the US Department of Defense or the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in support of their military mission.

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods. The Living Tibetan Spirits of my consciousness. The Flow of Time.

The concept of Birth, Death, and Rebirth involves the concept of Cyclical Flow of Time whereas Time Flows Forwards, Straight Like an Arrow.

The Celebration of Two-Two. Who are You at age Two-Two?

At age twenty-two, I got Commission in the Indian Army Medical Corps giving me the opportunity to serve in a top-secret military Establishment Number. 22 which is popularly identified as Two-Two. I joined Two-Two on September 22 making it a Special Day of my life.

My Indian Army Service from September 1969 to January 1984 keeps on marching in the Republic Day Parade

The Republic Day Parade keeps alive the memories of my Indian Army Service from September 1969 to January 1984.

A Gunner Officer of the Indian Army officiates as the Imam of Friday Prayer in Kaptai, Bangladesh on December 17, 1971

The Regiment of Artillery of Indian Army must record this historical contribution made by a Gunner officer who served as an Infantry Commander during the Bangladesh Ops of 1971-72.