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Remembrance and Condolence

1950 – 2024

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19 entries.
Sergio Valente Sergio Valente from Dar es Salaam wrote on 05/02/2024 at 5:49 am
Fond memories from the time of when I had the pleasure to meet you and which I will continue to treasure! May the Almighty take you in his Kingdom and rest in eternal peace! Sergio
Hitesh Gajjar Hitesh Gajjar from Coventry wrote on 31/01/2024 at 9:18 pm
Masa was an incredible person who inspired so many to become greater. His smile was contagious and his legacy will last for generations. The world has truly lost a gem. Our deepest condolences to the family. May they be given strength through the tough times. Hitesh, Jyoti, Kishan, Sonali and Roshni Gajjar (Sinroja) and Family
Nilesh Ambasana Nilesh Ambasana from London wrote on 31/01/2024 at 9:17 pm
We had the pleasure of knowing Sobhag Haria (our Masa) He inspired us and gave us endless opportunities to shape the person we are today. He was such a remarkable individual. His small acts of kindness have left a lasting effect that we will never forget. We definitely will miss those extremely long late night talks where he used to share his life experience and learnings. These soried were lessons he learnt, how it changed his thought process and all the milestones he achieved. He has always been there for us, and we are very fortunate to have him in our lives. Heaven has gained an angel, and he is watching over us. Nilesh, Mamta, Raj, Rushina, Kishan, and Sonali Ambasana and family
Paresh gajjar and family Paresh gajjar and family from London wrote on 28/01/2024 at 11:28 pm
Gone to soon but always in our hearts Rest in peace ๐Ÿ™
Harish, Hansa and Hiren Umradia Harish, Hansa and Hiren Umradia from Luton wrote on 28/01/2024 at 5:09 pm
Jai Shree Krishna. ๐Ÿ•‰๏ธ Shanti ๐Ÿ•‰๏ธ I vividly remember meeting Sobhagbhai on Saturday 8th June 2018. We chatted for some time and I felt I had met a really nice person so humble, warm and intelligent. My first meet up โ€˜made a lasting impressionโ€™. Gradually I realised his passion for food, politics and business. We had communicated lots on WhatsApp and exchanged messages. On a specific occasion he invited me to a dinner at his favourite Club 25 meeting held at Madhuโ€™s Brilliant in Southall. It was then I got to know him more and subsequently at various events following my daughter Chandniโ€™s wedding to Harin Bharadia. It was just a few months ago I believe in October 2023 when I had asked him and Anjuben to come to us to have a meal. I had come to know that they were busy and they had planned to go to India. Very sadly we never met again ๐Ÿ˜ข My wife Hansa, my son Hiren and I pray for his soul to rest in eternal peace Our personal message on this page: โ€˜You will always be in our hearts and we will remember you by the very unique individual personality you had that left the lasting impression on usโ€™
Rajan Gandhi Rajan Gandhi from Kenton, Harrow. wrote on 28/01/2024 at 1:16 pm
I first met Sobhag Bhai on his birthday in 2022 and from the outset, I found him extremely kind, down to earth and generous. In December 2022, I spent over 2 weeks with Sobhag and some other family members and got to know him more and the genuine and humble person he was. Over the last 2 years, I had the good fortune to attend a number of family events and have learnt many good things from Sobhag Bhai and will be eternally grateful for the kindness he showed me.
Gajjar Family Gajjar Family from Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. wrote on 27/01/2024 at 9:07 pm
Sobhag Bhai, has been a true guiding light in our lives ever since we have known Anju. We are in loss of words and you have left us speechless. Your presences would be immensely missed! Memories shared with you will be forever in our hearts. Sobhag Bhai, was an inspiration to the youngsters and the elderly. He has always helped everyone in good and bad times. Your absence will be felt and missed always! May your soul find the highest realms and your soul rest in peace. Forever in our hearts. Gajjar Family.
Sachin Patel Sachin Patel from London wrote on 27/01/2024 at 4:59 pm
May your divine soul rest in eternal peace ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™
Nina Bakshi Nina Bakshi from Edgware wrote on 27/01/2024 at 3:19 pm
๐Ÿ’”Such a great loss๐Ÿ˜ข Uncle was a true gentleman and a shining example of how to be a kind human being. It was incredible to see how attentive he was to every single person and the patience he had to organise every little detail to a T. We were so blessed to have spent true quality time with him and learned so much from him about the importance of keeping the family together (these values are deteriorating at a fast rate with the new generation). We have only had the opportunity to know Uncle for 6 years but it was like having my dad back (who passed away in 2004). Uncle was our cheerleader and mentor but most of all was ready at any opportunity to be with us for any excuse whether it's holidays, movies or food. Not sure how one person can have such a profound impact on so many people at the same time, but even his name is "divided by 100", so as tiresome as it seemed he was like angeldust, everywhere with everyone and all with a great smile and warm personality. He gave all the credit to Aunti who was holding up all his demands in the background giving him the freedom to be a people's person. I loved that he gave my mum the opportunity to speak up and be heard when we were on holiday and the love and Respect he showed to elders. He would also ensure that everyone ate together and found joy in every item served, taking pictures of everything and praising everyones efforts. Uncle you have left your mark on our hearts and I can still hear your voice in my heart and see you walking around each table at functions making everyone feel special and welcome. We will Miss you and hope to meet you again one day. Thank you for all the love you showered on us and especially Rekha . Love you much more than you will ever know.๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ˜˜โœจ๏ธ
Kaushal Bakshi Kaushal Bakshi from London wrote on 27/01/2024 at 2:51 pm
Some people come into your life to give you the best experience. Sobhag Uncle, you were one of them. 7 years ago, I came as a priest in your house, and since then we have become good friends/relatives, and you have left us today with some of the best memories, that I would cherish for my lifetime. In last few years we have had some good times together, going out to eat at different restaurants (as you loved taking pictures of food), going on holidays together. You have mentored me and I just hope that I can be half the good man you were. Today standing at your funeral, I could only see how much you were loved and admired. How many lives you have touched. You were a legend ๐Ÿ™. Today we have lost a biggest supporter of Modi, BJP and Hindutva. I would miss those whatsapp messages. Love you and miss you, until we meet again...
Ratilal J Shah & Family Ratilal J Shah & Family from Meru, Kenya wrote on 27/01/2024 at 1:18 pm
Our thoughts and prayers and with you and all your families in this difficult times. May God give you Al the strength to see you through these times. May god rest his soul in eternal peace. Om Shanti.
Pritee & Chetan Patel Pritee & Chetan Patel from London wrote on 27/01/2024 at 12:56 pm
Really very great person we missed. Our condolences with him Family. Rest in piece. Om Shanti.
Sona & Lata Shah Sona & Lata Shah from Luton wrote on 27/01/2024 at 12:45 pm
Our beloved Sobhagbhai. My eldest cousin and brother. Thank you for your love, guidance, kindness and support over the years. You loved to be loved and we loved you unconditionally. Heaven gained an angel this week. May you rest in eternal peace. ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ•Š๏ธ๐Ÿ™
Bhavik Shah Bhavik Shah from London wrote on 27/01/2024 at 12:37 pm
Sobhag bhai is my first cousin. He will be missed. Our condolences to all the family. Yuv, Nihir, Priti, Bhavik and Saroj.
Shruti Sachania Shruti Sachania from Tanzania wrote on 27/01/2024 at 12:16 pm
An amazing individual gone too soon. You will be missed. Rest in peace From Hasmukh and Bharti Sachania family Tanzania
Kamini Patel Kamini Patel from Elstree wrote on 27/01/2024 at 12:13 pm
My deepest condolences to Haria family. It was honour to known Sobhag Bhai. He truly was a remarkable person. I have known him for 7 years and he has always shown kindness. God bless his souls ๐Ÿ™
Viral, Ajay & Family Viral, Ajay & Family wrote on 27/01/2024 at 12:11 pm
Our thoughts, wishes and condolences to the whole family. Om shanti
Manoj Gajjar Manoj Gajjar wrote on 27/01/2024 at 12:06 pm
Sobhag Banevi possessed one of the most compassionate hearts. In all of our conversations, he was delighted to share all of the stories from his recent journeys, proudly showing us all the pictures and videos he captured. His joyous spirit and positivity truly made him one of the happiest people. He always made sure to stay in touch, and was always available no matter the time! We will miss you, and will keep you in our hearts Shobag Banevi! Lots of love from Manoj, Dharmista, Nikhita and Dev
Ansh Mistry Ansh Mistry from London wrote on 26/01/2024 at 10:01 pm
Our masa loved people, and especially his family. He did everything possible to connect us together, and one of those things was a yearly tradition of bringing all of us to Mumbai, and travelling across India together. Some of my favourite memories with my cousins and family were on those trips, and itโ€™s not just me. All of us have Sobhag Masa to thank for many of the best memories of our lives. Thank you Sobhag Masa.