April 25, 2006

Rajnarayan Chandavarkar

Travelling through Vidarbha, I've been unable to get my mind off a good man with a delightful sense of humour, a superb historian, and the saddest news I've had in a long time.

Go well, Raj Chandavarkar. I will miss you.

2 comments:

Prem Hejmadi said...

In the passing away of Raj at such a young age, the world has lost a serious mind with a subtle sense of humor and the ability to scoff at troubles and difficulties. He will be sorely missed by his wife Jennifer, mother Suman, sister Nandita and all the close family and friends. May his soul rest in peace.

Dr. M. Satish Kumar said...

Deeply saddened to know about by the untimely demise of Raj.

It has been said "don't die for small virtues, but live for the great ones". Raj truly lived for the great virtues. He always emanated a sense of calmness through the changing seasons of time.

I will always remember his generosity, enthusiasm and affectionate smile.

My condolences to Jennifer and family

Dr. M. Satish Kumar, QUB, UK