Professor Hamilton’s Passage to India

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In 1975, Dr. Charles Hamilton, Professor of Infectious Diseases from a respected medical school in the U.S. visited India after receiving a substantial research grant. There he was invited by several institutes to visit and lecture. He accepted the invitations gladly and hoped to explore the possibility of his return for an extended stay to gather valuable data for his research.

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In 1975, Dr. Charles Hamilton, Professor of Infectious Diseases from a respected medical school in the U.S. visited
India after receiving a substantial research grant. There he was invited by several institutes to visit and lecture. He accepted the invitations gladly and hoped to explore the possibility of his return for an extended stay to gather valuable data for his research.

Previously, Dr. Hamilton had been fascinated by India while on brief visits to attend conferences in New Delhi
and Bombay. For the kind of research he intended to perform regarding parasitic diseases, he would have to live
in the rural areas. Th is exploration exposed Charles Hamilton to a host of problems, complications, and surprises far beyond his medical research, or wildest dreams.

Table of Contents
Chapter 1 — Raghavan
Chapter 2 — The Telegram
Chapter 3 — Emily
Chapter 4 — Emily and Raghavan
Chapter 5 — Dr. Ramamurthi & Dr. Devi
Chapter 6 — Emily’s Diary
Chapter 7 — Calcutta
Chapter 8 — The Reception
Chapter 9 — Leena Sanyal
Chapter 10 — Inscrutable Leena
Chapter 11 — Goodbye to Balipuram
Chapter 12 — The Village
Chapter 13 — Panu
Chapter 14 — Sanat & Sumita
Chapter 15 — The Villagers
Chapter 16 — Bina
Chapter 17 — The Crisis
Chapter 18 — Margaret
Chapter 19 — The Marriage
Chapter 20 — Confession
Chapter 21 — Leaving Bishpara
Chapter 22 — Return
Chapter 23 — John
Chapter 24 — Confrontation
Chapter 25 — India Again
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