Satish C. Bhatnagar has been professor at UNLV since 1974. In 1961, after finishing his master’s degree from Panjab University, Chandigarh, he taught in the colleges at Bathinda, Shimla, Kurukshetra, and Patiala. In 1968, he leaped from India to USA—at Indiana University, Bloomington, for an American PhD. A stroke of luck brought him to Las Vegas for one year, but it eventually became his hometown in the United States. One scenario: In 1975, his younger daughter was born in Las Vegas. She graduated from UNLV, married, gave birth to two kids, and is teaching in Las Vegas. As a visiting scholar, he has visited India three times, Malaysia twice, and Oman once. Annual overseas trips, long walks, and yogercises keep him oxygenated for his reflections on varied aspects of life. The uniqueness of his books is that they can be read anywhere. The reflections are independent, easily identifiable, and digestible. His interests in mathematics, history, philosophy, and religion have always been on parallel tracks.