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Early years: Dr Rajesh Shah was born in a humble family, in a remote village called Simar in Gujarat; where he studied up to class III and then moved to Nadiad; where he studied in New English School (where national leader Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel also studied). He moved to Mumbai for secondary school and higher studies. He did his medical graduation in homeopathy from CMPH Medical College and MD from YMTH Medical College.

Dr Shah lives in Mumbai with his wife Dr Rupal Shah and son Nihaar; in a house facing mountains and the lake. Nihaar completed his Master of Engineering from Oxford University (UK) and MS from Columbia University, USA. Dr Rupal is a lifelong companion, a homeopath, and a collaborator.

He has very simple food habits. Dr Shah believes from his experience that our thoughts and health are also influenced by the food that we eat. He slowly reduced from his regular food to 80% raw vegetables, fruits, and dry fruits. Always a vegetarian, he is convinced of a vegan concept, which he is practicing to a significant extent if not totally. He has reduced dairy by about 90%. His experience suggests that vegetarian food (non-spicy, non-oily, non-dairy) keeps the mind healthy, free from negative thoughts.

He plays badminton regularly and likes to walk for about an hour if his baddies are not around!

Having a highly scientific temperament, Dr Shah has a spiritual bend of mind. He has been exploring the theory of karma, and he is a lover of the philosophy of Bhagavad Gita. He is spiritual but not religious. He is impressed by his Guru, who happened to be his uncle; as well as by Shrimad Rajchandra (who was a spiritual Guru to Mahatma Gandhi). Dr Rajesh is a strong believer in Gandhian philosophy. He is an explorer of metaphysics, enjoys investigating the synthesis of science, neuroscience, and spirituality. The practice of the highest ethics in medical practice is the reflection of spiritual outlook.

He is a techy doctor! He likes to explore all kinds of new gadgets, tools, apps, etc. From the internet to Kindle or mobile apps or Amazon Echo, his eyes will always look out for new technology and its use in day to life as well as for the use of his patients.

Avid reader (takes up 2-3 books at a time, and may complete 1 or 2), he reads science and spirituality. He considers himself an open-minded skeptic. He is a meditator (following Vipassana), Dr Shah has been a poet since his early teen years, and now experiments with poetry only once in a while. He is a certified PADI scuba diver. He plays piano as his latest exploration. 

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