"At 58 years old, Dr. Govindappa Venkataswamy decided he needed to develop a post-retirement plan to keep his mind engaged." So starts the New York Timespost. "Dr.
V as he is more commonly known, an ophthalmologist from a small rural
village in South India, struggled with physical ailments throughout his
life. He decided to take care of India’s poor and blind – for free." Read more.