Chandigarh, India — Being born and brought up in a Hindu family in Northern India, Sushil was totally unaware of Christian Science till someone gifted him a copy of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures in 1975. He had many healings through this spiritual system of prayer as explained by the author of this book, Mary Baker Eddy. One of those healings was of chronic malaria.
Sushil took Primary class instruction in 1979 and continued to work as a Christian Science practitioner on a part-time basis until he took early retirement in March, 2004. And in June, 2004, he became a full-time practitioner listed in The Christian Science Journal. As a full-time practitioner, he devotes time in study and prayer to help with many kinds of problems. And in 2009, Sushil became a teacher of Christian Science.
Earlier in his career, after receiving a M.Sc. Engineering degree in Irrigation and Hydraulics, Sushil worked as a Technical Teacher Trainer in a National Institute in Chandigarh. He also received a Master's degree in Hydraulics from the International Institute of Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering, Delft, The Netherlands.
Sushil served as Christian Science Committee on Publication for India from June, 1993 to May, 2003. In this capacity he gave talks about Christian Science to various public groups and also conducted Speaker's Training workshops for branch church members in India. He was instrumental in initiating translation of Christian Science literature into Hindi, the national language of India.
Although he left his engineering career in 2004 in order to serve the cause of Christian Science on a full-time basis, Sushil remains committed to environmental protection. He enjoys gardening and cares about the welfare of plants, insects, birds and animals.