The Tsunami that struck parts of Asia, including India and Sri Lanka, on 26 December 2004 will ever remain etched in the minds of many as one of the Worst disasters to have hit humankind. Numerous were those who perished in this gruesome act of nature, cutting across age and nationality, colour, creed and gender; numerous, too, those who endured its wrath — both physically and mentally — and its aftermath, and lived to tell of the horror.