Kashmiri Pandits' Association, Mumbai, India


Lalla-Ded Educational and Welfare Trust

  Kashmiri Pandits' Association, Mumbai, India

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April-May 2003 issue

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The Milchar is really becoming very valuable publication of Kashmiri Pandits. It is always a pleasure to go through its contents. There is a need that all our publications in India and abroad are in close touch with each other and exchange the information about their Sabhas / Samitis / Associations. I always look forward to this informative and meaningful publication. Bangalore unit also, I am given to understand, have started a Monthly. I hope the Association at Mumbai has gone through the formalities for finalizing the deal for having a plot in Navi Mumbai. I wish it all success.

Dr. B. K. Moza, Kolkata

Please let me compliment KPA through the columns of 'Milchar' at the excellent manner in which the annual Hawan was performed at Vashi this year. It being the first time such a large gathering of Kashmiri Pandits got together in a new and far off location, augers well for the future of this esteemed organisation and its office bearers. The success of this Hawan function at Vashi is a pointer to the fact that the annual Hawan should be held alternately in Eastern/Western suburbs. That will give opportunity to more people to participate, which is the essence of the Association.

P. M. Wazir, Vashi

Sab Desh Vasiyon Ko Mohan Lal Bradoo Ka Namaskar! I am highly grateful to the entire Kashmiri Pandit community of Mumbai, all the past and present members of the Association and also the Hon'ble President of the Association, for honouring me with the Life-time Contribution Award, which has given me and my family immense joy and happiness. It has also enhanced my respect and dignity. I sincerely thank you all from the bottom of heart.

Mohan Lal Bradoo

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Ah Shanta Kapoor!

Really it is shoching news that Smt. Shanta ji is now no more with us. A selfless lady who has always given selfless service to our community in Mumbai. She will be always remembered for her selfless service in our Biradari. May Lord Shiva give peace to the departed soul and give strength to her family to bear this irreparable loss.

Tej Pandit

We are all grieved to learn about the sad demise of Shanti ji. Please convey our heartfelt condolences to her family. May her soul rest in peace.

 M. L. Sazawal

It was sad to learn about the demise of Shantajee Kapoor. Her urge for social work and her sweet and smiling face should be source of inspiration for all of us. May God give her peace in her heavenly abode.

Pran Nath Miya and family

Kashmiri Pandit Biradari, Hyderabad deeply mourns the sudden and untimely death of Smt. Shanta Kapoor, Vice President, Kashmiri Pandits' Association, Mumbai. I, on my behalf and on behalf of Kashmiri Pandit Biradari, Hyderabad express our condolences to the bereaved family and pray to Almighty that her soul rest in peace.

Dr. Smeer Durani

Our condolence on untimely demise of Smt. Shantaji Kapoor. May her sole rest in heavens.

Mrs. and Mr. A.K.Razdan

How sad! Great souls leave deep impressions. May her soul rest in peace.

Urmila Zutshi

I am saddened to know this. May Almighty give peace to her soul.

Vinod K. Miya

We are dumbfound to learn about sudden and untimely departure of our own Shanta ji. We pray to almighty for peace to this noble dedicated soul. Shanta Jis absence will be felt by our Biradari for a long time. As, at every step and occasion, her direct or indirect presence and role was not only felt but visible. Our heart felt condolences go to the Kapoor Family in particular and in general to the entire KP family of Mumbai, whom she helped and so dearly loved. May God give strength to us to bear this irreperable loss. Huge vaccum has been created in KPA BOT, which the President KPA might find difficult to fill. Om Shaanti !!!

Family of Monghas, Vashi

Please accept our condolences on the passing away of swargavasini Shantaji Kapoor. Aum, Shantih, Shantih, Shantih.

Supriya and Girdhari Lal Bhan, UK

I have come to know with shock and pain about the sudden demise of Ms. Shantiji Kapoor. I have known her through the pages of the prestigeous MILCHAR. Her contributions to Kashmiri Pandit community, particularly the Mumbai Biradari have been immense. It is sad and painful that our community is deprived of such a distinguished lady whose sincere contributions to KPA, Mumbai and Lalla-Ded Trust, will be ever remembered. I convey sympathies and condolences on my behalf and on behalf of the Kashmiri Pandit Biradari of Kolkata. Grateful for conveying the same to the bereaved family.

Dr. B. K. Moza

Very sad to hear about her. Our heart felt condolences to her family.

M. K. Kachroo

We are sad to know about the sad demise of Smt. Shanta Jee. Although I have not known her personally, but understandably she has contributed lot to Kashmiri Pandits' Association, Mumbai. Please convey our heartfelt sympathies to the family members of Smt Shanta Jee. May God grant peace to departed soul.

M. K. Raina, Pune

Please convey my sincere and heartfelt condolences to both Rakesh and Rajesh at the sad demise of their beloved mother dear Shantaji. As an ex-Chairman of Lalla-Ded Trust, I shall always remain indebted to Shantaji, who was the one with a very strong Backbone. I shall always cherish the memory of her support in whatever little Lalla-Ded Trust did achieve while I was the Chairman. May her Soul attain eternal peace in the Heavenly abode.

Avtar K. Misri






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