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|8th June 2010, 03:52||#54|
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I have just come across this thread and I read it with a lump in my throat and moist eyes. As i went through the post, i recollected that days events which are crystal clear to me. Her knowledge regarding cars, her feeble but assertive voice, her keen eye for detail and her fantastic and sharp memory and most of all her loving nature that would make you fall in love with her in an instant.
I left for my vacation in mid may and am set to return in a couple of days. due to bad network and some pre occupations i could not log on may times and the few times that i did i just went through a few threads. I feel stupid at offering my condolences so late in the day to someone whom i had introduced by a post dedicated to her (Cyrus, thanks for quoting my post)
I had met Granny only once but had heard about her many times from Cyrus and Behrambhai. Dear Behrambhai and Cyrus, please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of dearest granny. Sorry for the delay, i have just got to know. Had i have been in town, i would have definitely come to pay my respects but that was not to be. Still i remember her fondly, very fondly, i think i have this bond with all elderly people.
I remember she had blessed me and those blessings will always stay with me as a cherished memory.
I feel sad that my promise to her, that she will be the first person to see my centre-light dukkar when it comes out of restoration will sadly not be fulfilled. I am sorry granny.
I pray to the almighty that he give strength to the entire Dhabar family to bear this loss.
may your soul RIP Grandma Dhabar, your memory will always remain with me.!!l