Web hosts: Jay Chatterjee & Roshmi Raychaudhuri,
editors of the natural & healthy online newsletter,
Your Health, Letter
Meet the people
behind this web site!
There are two of us.
My name is Jay Chatterjee, and my partner's name
is Roshmi Raychaudhuri.
I turned 60 this year, going on thirty-two…….thirty-seven
on bad days, and Roshmi is racing to catch up.
We believe that if we can make a living from
something that helps others, as well as ourselves, it would be
good 'karma'. And that is what we are trying to do, make a living
doing something we both enjoy, and believe in, and that does help
We are both passionately interested in natural
health therapies, and have been for a long time. Unfortunately,
the pursuit of our respective careers pushed this interest onto
the back-burner for the earlier part of our lives, turning it
into a spare-time interest rather than a primary one.
Born in India, I left at age 19, straight after
University, for Australia. I now live in Toronto, Canada, and
have three adult children.
Many of my early educational years were spent
in boarding schools as my parents divorced when I was quite young.
My father was in the Indian diplomatic service, and my mother
was the daughter of Lord Sinha, a peer of the British empire (which
still existed in those days). My childhood may have seemed, to
some, to be one of extreme privilege. It didn't seem like that
Boarding schools place a lot of emphasis on sports
and gymnastics, and this led me to develop an interest in maintaining
a healthy body quite early. This interest combined with voracious
reading, led me, in course of time, to Naturopathy.
Canberra, Australia, is where I qualified
to become a Chartered Accountant, and where I lived for ten
years and worked for Coopers & Lybrand. Coopers & Lybrand
gave me the opportunity to relocate to Canada, as a Chartered
Accountant with their Toronto branch. I spent another ten years
in the hard-nosed world of commercial finance before electing
for self-employment in different business ventures. Although
my present professional interests are in a different area, my
years as a chartered accountant have proved enormously useful.
Roshmi was born and educated in India, and she
lives in Calcutta, (the 'City of Joy', for those of you who
have read the book, or seen the movie).
She is fiercely independent too, and has spent
most of her working life in personal business ventures. She began
her career in marketing management with General Electric, where
she was trained as a professional manager.
After spending eight years working for the
large, multinational corporation, she struck out on her own.
She has been in various business ventures in the past, including an India-based recruitment agent for universities
interested to recruit students from India. Art has been her passion over the years, and she has co- curated over 45 art exhibitions in India to promote Contemporary Indian Art.
Yoga, was the wellness-vehicle of choice in
her family. Her father, a member of the prestigious ICS - the Indian Civil Service, thought nothing of doing yoga head-stands to relax from the
tensions of governmental office and her mother owned a beauty
salon (Roshmi's parents & mine knew each other, although
she and I did not meet until years later). As a result, she has
always been very interested in holistic health and beauty techniques.
This interest was cemented through reading;
she loves books. In fact, two of her recent assignments involved
books, one as a publisher's representative, and another as an
Executive Director (East & North-East Region) of a major
British Publisher, the target of a subsequent acquisition.
We both enjoy travelling, and criss-cross continents
to keep our relationship and joint business in good shape.
Until my last trip to India, my interest in alternative
health practices remained that of a bystander. However, all this
changed one day. While on business in Darjeeling, at the foothills
of the Himalayas, Roshmi and I came across the little-known Tibetan
technique which reverses aging, and actually restores one's youthful
appearance and vigor.
Although intrigued, I was extremely skeptical
….. my chartered accountant's rational brain found it difficult
to accept, but Roshmi persuaded me to try it out.
I was fifty-five years old and it was beginning to show, despite
my regular exercise regimen. To cut a long story short, we were
both so impressed by the results within three months of my practicing
the technique (as were curious family, friends and acquaintances),
that we became converts.
Subsequently, we came across testimonials from well-known medical
doctors and users, who provided more information and affirmation
for something we knew to be true and authentic.
We have experienced the power of The Tibetan
Technique ourselves. We feel it is something so important to the
welfare of humankind, that everyone should have the opportunity
of deciding whether or not to use it. The internet gave us the
opportunity to reach millions, so this was the ideal way to put
the word out. And also to start off a new venture rather than
accept the imminent retirement phase of our lives.
And that's the story of how this web site came to
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