MESSAGES WE RECEIVED WHEN PEDATHA PASSED AWAY:
>> Am really sorry for it. Though I was not blessed to know her personally but how can I forget her magic! The book is still with me, and it will always be.
Bidisha Chatterjee, Feb 21, 2008
>> Our heartfelt condolences…may the departed soul rest in Peace…Its a miracle she gave us the gems of her recipes at the opportune moment.
Priti Minamareddy, Feb 21, 2008
>> I am so sorry to hear the sad news. I pray that you have the strength to bear this loss. Please accept my condolences. Take care…
Sandhya Guruprasad, Feb 22, 2008
>> It is extremely sad for us to know of the tragic incident. May God give you and your family all the courage and strength to tide over this extreme loss and grief. Have courage to face the situations and we are all with you in sharing your irreparable loss, which no words can fill in. Our prayers to all your family members during this distress time.
Sudhir Ravindran, Feb 22, 2008
>> My heartfelt condolences on the sad demise of pedatha. I read about it in the Times of India. I am so fortunate that today I have an invaluable book by her.
Swati Indurkar, Feb 22, 2008
>> My warmest condolences. She was a lovely person. Kind regards,
Rosella Stephen, Feb 22, 2008
>> You did immortalise her by giving her some very memorable and cherishable last years of her life. Please accept our condolences on her physical loss. Pedatha will be with all in flavour and spirit.
Sarika & Sumit Bothra, Feb 22, 2008
>> Shri Aurobindo’s words say it all. I pray you get the strength to face the emptiness. God be with you.
Sridevi Rudraiah, Feb 22, 2008
>> I’m sorry to receive the message. Even so she will always be here…also through your book! Best regards,
Enar Karlsson, Feb 22, 2008
>> Pedatha is immortal.
Mohan Diwakar, Feb 22, 2008
>> I am very sorry for your loss. Although I didn’t meet her personally, from what I saw of her at the book launch and hearing about her from both of you, she came across as a very special human being.
Saritha Rao, Feb 22, 2008
>> I am sorry to hear the news! From whatever little I read of her, she must have been an amazing person who led a full, long life! I think you should be very happy that you and Jigyasa made her last days very proud with your book! My heartfelt condolences.
Usha Rajagopalan, Feb 22, 2008
>> I am so very sorry to read about your great loss. You have immortalized a great lady through your wonderful book. I pray that may God give you the strength and courage to get through this difficult time.
Ammini Ramachandran, Feb 22, 2008
>> I am very sorry to hear of your loss – OUR loss, India’s loss. She lives on in the book you created, for generations to come, in the comfort and love her words and style of cookery provide-even to strangers.
Uttara Shahani, Feb 22, 2008
>> I am so sorry for your loss – I know Pedatha was very special to you – I only regret I did not have the fortune of meeting her – her memory will always live on with you. Please accept my condolences as you struggle through this difficult journey. Please stay in touch.
Raghavan Iyer, Feb 22, 2008
>> Thank you for your poignant & heartwarming message of condolence. We miss her terribly! Would you like to write a feature about her in Harmony magazine? Do let us know. Warm regds & many thanks,
Meeta Bhatti, Feb 22, 2008
>> Very sorry to hear of your bereavement. I’m sure her inspiration will live on and guide you in the days ahead…
Abheek Kumar Sen, Feb 23, 2008.
>> Very sorry to hear about your loss. She must have been a magnificent woman. My condolences to you both.
Ramesh Menon, Feb 23, 2008
>> I am very saddened by this news. Our calls while in Mumbai made it feel like Pedatha was a part of our conversations. I was hoping to meet her during my next trip to India. My heartfelt condolences to you both and Pedatha’s family.
Shankari Easwaran, Feb 23, 2008
>> We all feel sorry for great lady who is not there with us today …regards,
Chef Rajiv Khullar & Saffron Kitchen team, Feb 24, 2008
>> This is Nivedita here on behalf of Mrs. Tarla Dalal. Extremely sorry to hear the demise of Pedatha. May her soul rest in peace.
Nivedita Nair, Tarla Dalal’s Team, Feb 25, 2008
>> So sorry about Pedatha.We will make your presence in London very special in her honour.
Edouard Cointreau, Feb 25, 2008
>> I am very sorry to hear this. Please accept our heartfelt condolences. Her work will remain with us for ever.
Manian from Westland, Feb 25, 2008
>> Latha and I are deeply saddened by this news. Please accept our condolence and convey our sympathy to all of the family. We will pray for her soul to rest peacefully in heaven.
Danashekar, Feb 25, 2008
>> I’m so sorry. She was a really remarkable person. Regards,
Shonali Muthalaly, Feb 25, 2008
>> This is such a shock. My deepest condolences are with you and the family. May God give you the strength to pass through these times. The book must be such a treasure with all her memories documented.
Sandeepa, Feb 26, 2008
>> I felt very sad to know about Pedatha’s news. My heartfelt condolences with the bereaved family members.
Deepti Sanesi, Feb 26, 2008
>> I am terribly saddened by Pedatha’s passing on…She is a regular in my kitchen guiding me to make the perfect Sambhar and nodding her approval whenever I manage to get it right. It’s like having Pedatha hovering behind my back. I am glad that you managed to capture some of her essence in your book and shared her with the world making her everyone’s Pedatha. I can only imagine your loss and my deepest condolences. Your love and bond with Pedatha is what made your book so beautiful…Do pass on my condolences to family members as well. May her soul rest in peace.
Saji K, Feb 27, 2008
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