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Old 10th August 2016, 10:07   #16
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Very SAD! He was THE 'Mr. THAR'. The fraternity has lost a very knowledgeable soul.

R.I.P.
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Extremely saddening. I am one of his colleagues, although I work in a different vertical. But since we shared common automobile interests, I have had a great time with BD Sir since I joined TML. What an amazing personality, truckloads of knowledge and such a passionate bawa !

Its a serious loss to this community, he had taught us so many things with his vivid descriptions on various technical subjects. I am saddened and in shock.

May God give enough strength to Cyrus and the Dhabhar family during this phase. May the departed soul rest in peace.

We will miss you Behram Sir.
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Took a few minutes for the reality to sink in after i saw the title. Among us enthusiasts he was an uber enthusiast and an engineer who didn't believe in jugaads and who insisted on doing everything right the first time. Sir, you will be missed! :(
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Got a chance to work with him for a short period during my stint at Mahindra. Was working with him for the 2-wheeler project. A gem of a person and a very good sense of humor.

R.I.P.. You will be missed on the 4x4 forum. My condolences to his family.
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My deep condolences to his family. A great loss to them.
Also a great loss to the Indian automotive community. Always a preacher of "Only way to do things is the right way to do it".
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Behram was an inspiration for many on/off this forum, a living encyclopedia almost. Really shocking, I am saddened.

Heartfelt condolences to his family (real and t-bhp). May god rest his soul in peace.
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RIP Dearest Behram Sir.

Every reply/post from you were real peals of wisdom which we will treasure for the rest of our lives.

This world was blessed to have you.
Im sure you have gone to a better place.
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This was not the one way to do it right sir. Hope you enjoy your freedom from this restrictive present day life.
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This comes as a shock.

His passion for automobiles was incomparable and his vast knowledge backed by enormous experience is something which is a big loss to our TBHP family.

Never had the fortune to meet him in person but we communicated a few times over PMs. Despite his great achievements, he was a humble man and that reflected in his messages and all posts he used to make, mostly advising us BHPians.

Some of my friends and BHPians had the good fortune of meeting him personally and they had only good things to say about this passionate man.
May he rest in peace and my sincere condolences to the family and his loved ones. This is also a big loss to our community and the void left by his departure will be impossible to fill.

Rest in peace Behram Sir!
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Many thoughts cross my mind as i type this. I had a chat with him as soon as i joined team-bhp. Its such a shocking news. Will miss his unique way of replying to any query. Miss you a lot sir.
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RIP Behram Sir,

Condolences to Cyrus and Family
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Cant find words to describe the loss being felt.
All I can say is that Classic Fiats have lost their SOUL.
No Fiat restorations will be same again.
My deepest condolences to Cyrus & Dhabhar family.

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Sad news indeed. Our deepest condolences to his family. We have lost an eminent personality in the Automotive circle. I have never met such a gem of an engineer who was preacher and follower of doing things the right way. It's too early for him to leave.

He will be cherished and remembered always, his legacy will live in the way we keep and work on our automobiles.

May his soul rest in peace.

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Deeply saddened.

He was driving back from Udaipur when I contacted him last. He told he will call once he is back. We will miss him terribly.

Love you Behram Sir.
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A very shocking news!

He has assisted me a lot in the initial days of my Jeep modification, when I didn't even know what a fully floating axle was. He will be fondly remembered as a man of perfection. I used to be in awe at the passion at which he works.

May his soul rest in peace. Condolences to the family.
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