This Book of Memories memorial website is designed to be a permanent tribute paying tribute to the life and memory of Anita Dhar. It allows family and friends a place to re-visit, interact with each other, share and enhance this tribute for future generations. We are both pleased and proud to provide the Book of Memories to the families of our community.

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Condolence From: Subroto Guha & Sabita Guha
Condolence: We have had some nice memorizes with Kakima and will miss her long conversations.
Friday February 03, 2017
Condolence From: Rinita Roy
Condolence: Sudha, as her family called her,was my sister-in-law and a friend about whom I can write a lot,as I have many happy memories of our closeness. She was very fond of people and loved being surrounded by friends and relatives with whom she could share her thoughts and jokes. She laughed and smiled a great deal and often I would indulge in teasing her and enjoy moments of playful bantering. She was a deeply caring person and took on great responsibilities in her life. As a young girl she was a solid support to her parents and family and later on in life her support for her husband's relatives was exemplary.

She was very appreciative of the gestures shown to her. Last time when she was in India for our festival Durga Puja she stayed with us and participated in the rituals that usually are a part of the celebrations. She was so happy to have been a part of it all, she kept on thanking us profusely for the opportunity. "Given my state of health I don't know if I will ever see Puja this way again", she had gushed. Was it a premonition?
I do not know but I will miss her next time my brother-in-law comes through my door alone. Wherever she is may her soul rest in peace.
Thursday February 02, 2017
Condolence From: Barun Roy
Condolence: I fondly remember Sudha, as she was lovingly named by the family, today when she is no more with us. As her younger brother I recall our growing up days when she played the role of a caring sister, looking to all my needs. I can never forget her helpful gestures even today.

Much later when we were married and settled in our lives, we still kept in touch and shared a strong bond of friendship. I invited her and she always came to visit us in all the different cities which were my workplaces.

My loss is irreparable. My deepest condolences to her family! May her soul rest in peace!
Wednesday February 01, 2017
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