Oral History Collection

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India Association of Minnesota Oral History Project

NAME: P. C. Mangalick
DATE: June 14, 1994
PLACE: Mangalick's home, Minneapolis, Minnesota
INTERVIEWER: Polly Sonifer

PROJECT SERIES: India Association of Minnesota Oral History Project

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: P. C. Mangalick was born in India. He grew up in India and ran his own business there. In the early 1970s, he and his wife came to the United States. In the mid-1980s, he and his wife established a charity hospital in Agra, India.

SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: His business in India; marriage; the move to the United States; importance of discipline in Indian culture; his charitable hospital in India; the India Bazaar stores, import work, the startup of a wholesale business; Ashram group, the startup of the Hindu Society of Minnesota; vegetarianism; and the importance of helping other people.

COMMENTS ON INTERVIEW:

SOUND RECORDINGS: User copy:
2 60-minute cassettes
Original:
2 60-minute cassettes

LENGTH OF INTERVIEW:

RESTRICTIONS ON USE: None

TRANSCRIPT: 27 pages

ACCESSION NUMBER: AV 1995.103.7