was born in Bombay India in the twenties of the 20th
century and immigrated to Australia in the eighties. While in India
he first worked as an engineer on Bombay’s water augmentation
schemes and later in planning, operating and maintaining the system.
His services were loaned to CSIRO for establishing the National
Environmental Engineering Institute. He ran the first computer
program in the country for analyzing distribution networks.
joined the City and Industrial Development Corporation of
Maharashtra Ltd on the prestigious New Bombay Project as Project
Engineer, and later General Manager.
He has written
an English version of ‘Chaiyé Hamé Zarathosti’ which is now
being sung in settlements elsewhere. Besides contributing papers
to scientific journals he has authored a book on Number Theory.