Murari works part-time as the Trust’s Hindu chaplain. His primary responsibility is dedicating most of his time to visiting patients, listening to them and offering them spiritual support with dignity, respect and confidentiality.

Murari worked as a lecturer in mechanical engineering in India for seven years before coming to the UK in 1974. He then worked in combustion science research as a research student, research fellow and post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Leeds until 1981. He joined Bradford Metropolitan Council in 1982, retiring in 1997.

“I enjoy working with the chaplaincy team, the hospital staff and chaplaincy visitors,” he said.

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