About Harihar Nath Hukku
Born on September 15, 1884, at Ratlam, Dr. Harihar Nath Hukku is the son of Mr. Pyare Lal Hukku of the Kashmir Police Service. Marked for brilliant career, he began his studies at Meerut College, and continued studying through various institutions — Indian and foreign— for the first thirty years of his life. He has studied at the Medical College of Lahore and Glasgow and at the royal college of surgery, Edinburgh. As a student he has had a first rate career, won first prize for all round, and was a first class athlete and sportsman.
Vice President of all India Medical Association, and the president of its U.P. Branch, Dr. Hukku is one of the most distinguished medical practitioners in India. He is the only Indian to be appointed the bacteriologist and pathologist at the cork street hospital, dublin, where he served for nearly two years (1914-15). After completing his studies he served as an assistant to some English Doctors between 1916 and 1920. He has since then been privately practicing at Lucknow.
Source - Personalities: A Comprehensive and Authentic Biographical Dictionary of Men who Matter in India (1952) by Trilochan Singh