Well, where shall I start....? I was born in England at the West Middlesex Hospital (West London) on May the 4th 1975. Weighing in at about 6lbs, I was the first born in the family. Naturally, as a nipper (apparently) I was spoilt as hell! In 1976, I moved to India where we stayed for 3 years. >>>
<<<On the left is a picture of my late Grandfather. I think this was taken on my 1st birthday. I don't have many recollections of my nipper years in India at all, except for this picture below, where I am wearing my JEMISH T-Shirt which was given to me by my aunt Uri >>>>>>>>>>>
<<<This picture of my late Uncle & I was taken in India just before I left to come back to England. It was taken in 1979.
On my return, I started school at the Heston Nursery, on Heston Road, in Hounslow. This picture was taken without my consent; had I have known, I would have asked my Uncle not to take the picture of my turn-ups!!! How rude. Oh by the way, great retro carpeting!
<<<The picture on the left with my other late Grandad, was taken on the same day as the one above - well it must have been, Im wearing the same clothes, minus the hat! It looks like Im trying to slap him, sorry Gramps!!
<<<This was taken at Cub Scouts. In 1982, I started my middle school at Heston Juniors. After 4 years there, I went on to Heston Community School where I stayed until 1994. Later that year, I was accepted in Southampton Institute to do a degree in Media with Cultural Studies. I am now in my final year there and am not looking forward to graduation - well, would you? It would mean an end to all those baked beans on toast dinners!!!
This is a picture of Uncle Jay, Auntie Uri, Deep, Sonal & Binoy. All the pictures were taken in 1997/8. Click their names to mail them.
This is a picture of Dad, Mum, me & Tim. Most of the pictures were taken in 1997/8. Click the names to mail that person.
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