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Messages from RTU people past and present

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    Photos of Latha, Gnanambal and Ramakrishnan with Brother

    India | 27 Nov 2017

     

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Messages from RTU people past and present

  • Dear Friends/Family, I would like to share a contribution page with you which has been created in the $bookTitle$ book. To view the page please click on the following link: $findContributionLink$ Online Book for Brother James Kimpton https://www.theonlinebookcompany.com/OnlineBooks/Kimpton/Contributions/Find/RTUpeoplepastandpres/jsenthilkumarrtualumnusandcsengineerinpune
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    J Senthil Kumar, RTU alumnus and CS-Engineer in Pune

    India | 27 Nov 2017

     

    My parents died when I was 5 years old. After my parents died, my uncle brought me and my brother to RTU. While we were waiting in the front of RTU’s office, I saw a foreigner who was very tall with a sharp nose, white hat and simple dress. He came near to me and gave a little punch on my stomach. He told me something but I did not understand anything. But he smiled at me with love and care. My uncle went inside the office and signed in a document. I thought that he had sold us to that foreigner. I started crying when my uncle left us. I was afraid to stay in the office. Immediately that foreigner looked at me gracefully and comforted me. He made us smile. Slowly I also started calling him as Thatha like others. When I think about those memories, my tears begin to flow. I could explain it in many ways how gracefully he looked after me and helped me to become an Engineer. His love and affection lifted me up to this great position. These are the unforgettable memories in my mind. When I was living in Nirmala Children’s Village over in Bodi, he used to visit us twice in a month (Friday to Sunday). We had more times to play with him during the holidays. I too watched more cartoon movies with him. He visited our home every week end and had meals with us. I don’t have words to express how I felt very happy on those days and I consider them as very valuable in my life. He created a good environment in the Children’s Villages for us all to live happily. I have to thank God for all His generosities. Whenever I think about Thatha, I feel strengthened and not alone and I have nothing to worry about. Thank you so much Thatha for everything. We are your seeds in this present world. This is our turn to continue to serve poor people. May your soul rest in peace. I love you. J.Senthil Kumar, RTU Alumnus and CS-Engineer

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