My father, Gyanchand Hirachand Raisoni,whom we called Bhau was a great man. He was full of energy.He was a perfect example of saying “Early to bed ,early to rise makes man healthy, wealthy and wise”.In our childhood days,he used to get up early around 5 am or so and would ignite the wooden stove for hot water for bathe. He would give bath to all children.
My father had bought a second hand Jeep which he would take to villages in the early hours of morning to collect the credit he had afforded to the farmers for buying his oil engines used in irrigation. By 8 am he would be back at his shop. My father had a tremendous respect for his elder brothers instilling that in us. Respect elders . Read More
I remember when I got married my education was incomplete. After few days I told bhau that I want to complete it . I talked to bhau about it & his answer was you complete your education don’t worry about expenses . Even if I want to sell some of my property for it I don’t mind it but you complete it . Such was his thirst for education .today because of his guidance & training of hard work I am here. Shat shat pranam
I remember in our childhood we all brothers & sister used to sit early in the morning for studies & our mother-Bai used to take maths & bhau English subject. He had made us habit of learning spellings . His lessons of hard work helped us in our life. Read More
Those we love don't go away, they walk besides us everyday, unseen, unheard but always near still loved & missed.
Bhau (Daddy), you gave me the greatest gift anyone could give, you believed in Me.
There are so many beautiful memories & they will always remain in my heart forever.
I studied in English medium school in Jalgaon till 5th standard & everyday you dropped me to school & would send someone to pick me up in the afternoon.
After 5th standard, you put me in St Aloysius School, Bhusaval. Read More
We never know the love of our parents till we become parents ourselves.They play the biggest role in our mental, physical,social, financial and career development.They are the most precious gift of God to us.
I owe my life to my beloved parents whom we lovingly use to call Bhau and Bai. It was their wish that i should become a Doctor,I was a little reluctant in my mind but eventually I realised what treasure they gave me. The satisfaction i get after treating the sufferings of the patients is beyond any measure.
when I rewind the journey of the life so far, I see that Bhau was the one Read More
Sometimes all the words in the world can’t describe you what you are feeling, sometimes all the words in the dictionary can’t describe what you feel for someone. At some point of life, you even come to a realization that some people stay in your heart forever even after they are gone. The same holds true when I think about my father, Shri GyanchandJi HiralalJi Raisoni, fondly known as ‘Bhau’.
He was a very friendly and amiable person who always stood beside us guiding our footsteps. There was a time when we have seen him working hard day and night but we were ignorant of his eternal presence. However, over a period of time Read More