yes, it is a good idea to get 6 to 12 months' supply of all your medication before you come to the US.
a. it is a million times cheaper in india
b. you trust your india doctors and they understand you well, so let them figure out what drugs to take for the next 12 months before you leave india
c. the names and dosages and brands of all medicines are different in the US, and you'll have to go to a new doctor in the US and convince her/him to prescribe you the same thing, before any US pharmacy would give you that medicine that your india doctors want you to take (the US pharmacies will not honor prescriptions written by doctors in other countries) --- to do that, you'll need to learn about your new company's health insurance coverage, then get a local doctor who is in your company's health insurance plan and who is accepting new patients, then schedule a first visit to get registered with her/him, etc, - it is a hassle, and you don't need this hassle in your first few weeks of your new job, just to get some medicine.
If you have a work visa, i believe that you are allowed to bring 12 months of medication in your carry-on luggage (don't put it in your suitcase that you will check at the airport, because the x-ray machines might flag up your cases as suspicious - and the x-ray people might open your bag and take it out - you don't want that)
BUT, when you take it with you in your carry-on luggage, you will need also to bring the written prescriptions (on hardcopy pieces of paper), written in english preferably, and with the doctors' names and addresses on each prescription, so that they look official to the immigration people (if you are stopped and searched, and Lord knows, you and your bags probably will be gone over with a fine-tooth comb, given that you are a young lad, probably an engineer, with a new visa, who will be entering the US by air).
I myself have been stopped and questioned about having 12 months of medication as i was heading to live in other countries, and I needed to show immigration the written prescriptions - which fortunately i had with me.
NOW is the time to quit smoking, while you are off work, able to relax, are living at home and are relatively well-taken care of, and many stresses are not present in your life, which will be present again starting in March.
With your balls of steel, you'll be able to do this and will feel so much better after you have kicked the habit!
Kid8, do you realize that people can send private emails to each other in Curezone? Just go up to the far right-hand corner and see the links for "inbox" and "new" -- this is an email system. Not the most modern in the world, but it's okay.
Which state are you moving to in the US?