"look for simplicity in this complex life
Not for complexity in this simple life"
Dr. Rajan Gupta was born and brought up in New Delhi, India. His childhood was in the city of Delhi. He came across many people in his life who have helped shape his present. Every single person who came in his life whether he or she gave good or bad experiences to him, he believes was an important person otherwise his life would not have been the same. So, he is thankful to everyone. He believes that attachments and detachments with people or anything in life are timed and destined. One of the most memorable things for him from childhood was a quote written by his father on a mantlepiece “Ishwar aur maut ko kabhi mat bhulo” means “never forget God and Death.
After schooling he went to Ahmedabad for his medical school. This was one of the most beautiful phases of his life where he created so many beautiful relations of his life. Later he traveled to USA and received residency training at St Francis Medical Center (UPMC) in Pittsburgh and his Intervention Pain fellowship at Vanderbilt University in Nashville (Tennessee). Dr. Gupta has been practicing pain management for over 10 years and has his practices in South Jersey and Philadelphia. He has received multiple awards including the “Best Hands” award for intervention pain, Top Doctor award in 2015, 2016, 2017,2018, 2019, South Jersey Magazine Top Physicians award in 2017, 2018, 2019, The Philadelphia Magazine Top Physician award 2018, 2019, 2020 the Prestigious Pillar of Community Service award in 2013 and many more.
He has been a writer all his life. He loves to create things. He has written The Briefcase Life, Carry what matters the most....., “7 ways in 7 days to change your life”, “Growing to be pain free”, Surviving Corona, and is currently working on “Married with Pain” and “3SSS in a successful relationship”, and “How to be a modern Buddha”. He has also acted, and produced movies like “Cozy Connections”, “The Beginning of the End” based on the principles of his books. He believes that contentment is the key. Whatever you do, whatever you have, just be content with it. That will bring peace. Pain and sufferings are inevitable. He says to follow the laws of his books as filters so that you can “Stop Suffering and Start Living”.