Arya Bhushan


Arya Bhushan was born on July 11, 1918 in Meerut, India. He graduated from Allahabad University in 1937, and from the Thomason College of Civil Engineering, Roorkee (now the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee) in 1940. In 1942, he was selected for the Indian Railway Service of Engineers and posted on the North Western Railway. He married Swarn Lata Mital, the same year. He worked on many railway constructions, Viz. Sukkur-Habibkot in Sindh, Mukerian-Pathankot in Punjab, and Robertsganj-Garhwa Road in Uttar Pradesh. He was also a Major in the Territorial Army, commanding a Railway Construction and Maintenance Company. In 1959 he was selected to the Commission of Railway Safety, finally rising to the post of Chief Commissioner of Railway Safety and retired in 1976. Thereafter, from 1977 to 1980 he worked as Hindi Advisor to the Railway Board and also as a member of the Railway Accidents Inquiry Committee 1978.

He was an active member of the 'Foundation for Reincarnation & Spiritual Research' at Allahabad in 1986 and later, founded 'Chhajju Ka Chaubara', a writing club for seniors in San Francisco California Bay Area. His poems, stories and articles have been widely published both in India and in the United States. His published books include 'Nehle Par Dehla' in Hindi, 'A New Life, & Other Stories of Indian Renaissance' and �Indian Safety � Ultimate Goal to Prevent Railway Accidents� in English. He has been writing poems from time to time and some of his poems were published in the National Library of the Poetry in USA.

He resides in Palo Alto, California and NOIDA, India. His interests include writing, and studying Reincarnation, Para-psychology, Consciousness & Spirituality. His email address is:

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