Thank you, Krakow

Just visited and lectured at the AGH UNiv. of Science and Technology, Krakow Poland. Felt small when I learnt that giants like Stefan Banach (mathematician), Nicolas Copernicus (astronomer) lived and taught in Krakow. Krakow is also the birth place of Pope John Paul II. Krakow was also the site of one of the largest concentration camps of Hitler. There is so much history, so much culture and so much to see and learn here. Thank you Prof. Cetnarowicz.

Wonder why none of our own Indian instiutions even notice my presence so close to them.


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