Atul Kothari oral history interview and transcript

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Atul Kothari oral history interview and transcript

Description

Mr. Atul Kothari left India for New York in 1974 and finally ended up in Houston in 1976 where he has lived ever since. He holds an MBA as well as a B. Tech. and MS in Chemical Engineering. He has owned his own public accounting firm since 1984 that has grown from just himself to a six person practice. More recently, Mr. Kothari has been involved with the Gandhi Library that hosts Mahatma Gandhi Week, a celebration of Gandhi’s birthday that includes the 1,000 Lights for Peace march. Mr. Kothari has also been instrumental in bringing the Eternal Gandhi Museum to Houston, the biggest project he is currently involved in.

Creator

Kothari, Atul

Format

Sound
Text
MovingImage

Language

eng

Date of Interview

2018-02-08

Interview by

Ginter, Taylor
Lambo, Cole

Length of Interview

01:27:47

Genre

oral histories (document genres)

Rights and Access

The copyright holder for this material has granted Rice University permission to share this material online.
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Preferred citation for this interview

Kothari, Atul, interview by Ginter, Taylor and Lambo, Cole. February 08, 2018. Houston Asian American Archives oral history interviews, MS 573, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University. http://hdl.handle.net/1911/99674.

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Citation

Kothari, Atul, “Atul Kothari oral history interview and transcript,” Houston Asian American Archive (HAAA) oral histories, accessed May 21, 2018, http://haaa.rice.edu/items/show/182.
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