March 2019 \ Diaspora News \ DIASPORA: AMARJIT SINGH MARWAH
Peerless Stalwart

Mark Spitz may have scorched the swimming pool at the Munich Olympics with seven gold medals, but he probably missed ...

He was in Lahore when the violence in the aftermath of India’s partition in 1947 broke out in all its fury and ugly frenzy. He was only 21, and some of the carnage and pillage that he witnessed are forever emblazoned in his psyche.

In spite of the traumatic experience, he was able to collect himself, and ride into the future with a song in his heart, and confidence in his steps. The wise dentist is a peerless stalwart that has added teeth to the reputation of the Indian community in more ways than one.