Shrikrishna Inamdar’s success story

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The following write-up has been contributed by Shrikrishna Inamdar, the son of Sarojini Jatar (Banutai), who was the daughter of Kashinath Jatar (Bapurao), who was the eldest son of Shriram Jatar.  He is also the son of Narhar Inamdar, who was the son of Shriram Jatar’s daughter, Godutai. Godutai married Laxman Inamdar (popularly known as Babasaheb), and Narhar married Banutai. Babasaheb was Banutai’s father-in-law. 

I am Shrikrishna Narhar Inamdar (Bal), son of Sarojini Inamdar – nee Jatar, who was the daughter of respected Bapurao Jatar, and the wife of Narhar Laxman Inamdar (A.K.A. Annasaheb).

In 1954, my parents moved to Pune from Amravati. In 1961 (12th.July 1961), the year in which I passed my matriculation, a disaster struck Pune. There were unprecedented floods and we were living very very close to the River Mutha. Our rented house was completely washed out. My elder brother, Yeshwant Inamdar was in the Indian navy and had a transferable job and my elder sister Sulabha tai was already married to Ramesh Gudi in Mumbai.

My father expressed his inability to continue my education mainly on account of Continue reading “Shrikrishna Inamdar’s success story”