He joined the State Bank of India, the then Imperial Bank of India on July 1st 1955. Rather than merely being a hardcore workaholic in the bank, he explored divergent areas and set out to start the leisure club and the sports club in the bank - an area that nobody had explored earlier, to encourage the bank staff to put in their resplendent creative interests into more productive channels. He took the initiative of forming the cricket team in the bank and helped bloom the budding talents of young cricketers working in the bank who went on to play for our country and made a mark in the annals of cricket history.
Coming to his other side, Daddy is a very family oriented person as well. He brought all his six children up with the utmost love care and affection. He gave us all a wonderful upbringing and instilled in us the best of qualities which went on to
help us go a long way in life. Each one of us owe whatever we are today to this magnificent personality.
And on an ending note I would say that it is my most innate desire to hold high the glory of my role model, my father …..
Indeed…the man who made dreams come true….”