Anirudh Bapu

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जन्म : त्रिपुरारि पौर्णिमा, १८ नोव्हेंबर १९५६पहाटे ४ वाजून ३५ मिनिटांनी.

माता : सौ. अरुंधती जोशी.
पिता : डाँ. धैर्यधर जोशी.
संगोपन : आजी - सौ. शकुंतला नरेंद्र पंडित.(माहेरचे नाव - मालती गोपीनाथशास्त्री पाध्ये)
विशेष प्रभाव : माई - सौ. द्वारकाबाई गोपीनाथशास्त्री पाध्ये(बापूंच्या पणजी)
शालेय शिक्षण : डाँ. शिरोडकर हायस्कूल-परळ-मुंबईमाँटेसरीपासून ते अकरावी एस. एस. सी. पर्यंतएस. एस. सी. - इ. स.
१९७२वैद्यकीय शिक्षण : नायर हॉस्पिटल - मुंबई(टोपीवाला राष्ट्रीय वैद्यकीय महाविद्यालय)एम. बी. बी. एस. - इ. स. १९७८एम. डी. (मेडिसीन) - इ. स. १९८२
मी अनिरुद्ध आहे
परमपूज्य अनिरुद्ध बापू (डॉक्टर अनिरुद्ध धै. जोशी) ह्यांचा दै. प्रत्यक्षमध्ये ५ नोव्हेंबर, २००६ (अनिरुद्ध पौर्णिमा) रोजी प्रकाशित झालेला अग्रलेख.
माझी माई माझ्या लहानपणापासून नेहमी म्हणायची, " हा नं काय करील त्याचा कधी पत्ता लागत नाही, " तर माझी आई मला 'चक्रमादित्य चमत्कार' म्हणायची. बहुतेककरून माझ्या बालपणीच्या ह्या चक्रमपणाचाच विकास कायम होत राहिला आहे. प्रत्येकाला शालेय शिक्षणानंतर अगदी कुठलाही पाढा आठवला नाही तरी 'मी एके मी ते मी दाहे मी' हा पाढा सहजतेने येत असतो. कारण हा 'मी' दाही दिशांना मनाच्या घोड्यावर बसून पाहिजे तेव्हा पाहिजे तसा उधळू शकतो. मी असा आहे आणि मी तसा आहे, मी काही असा नाही आही मी काही तसा नाही, मला हे हवे आणि मला ते नको, मी हे केले आणि मी ते केले, अशा अनेक रुपांनी हा प्रत्येकाचा 'मी' जीवनभर धिंगाणा घालत राहतो आणि हा अनिरुद्ध तर लहान मुलांच्या 'धांगडधिंगा' शिबिराचा खंदा समर्थक। मग ह्या अनिरुद्धाचा 'मी' स्वस्थ थोडाच बसणार?

मी असा आहे आणि मी तसा आहे - मी कसा आहे हे फक्त मलाच माहीत आहे. पण मी कसा नाही हे मात्र मला अजिबात माहीत नाही. मी कसा आहे? ते माझ्या त्या त्या स्थितीतील अस्तित्व असणाऱया त्या मानवावर अवलंबून नाही, त्या त्या परिस्थितीवरदेखिल अवलंबून नाही. बाजूचा माणूस आणि परिस्थिती कशाही प्रकारची असो, मी मात्र तसाच असतो कारण मी सदैव वर्तमानकाळातच वावरतो आणि वास्तवाचे भान कधी सुटू देत नाही. भूतकाळाची जाणीव व स्मृति वर्तमानकाळातील अधिकाधिक सभानतेपुरतीच आणि भविष्यकाळाचा वेध वर्तमानकाळात सावध…...

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