ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Abhinav Parameshwaran, 31 years old, born on August 20, 1989, and passed away on May 13, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by ankur minz on June 3, 2021
I will always remember Abhinav for his big bright smile and rolled up full sleeves during his visits to Mumbai. He was always eager to help me with my clients, he would go out of the way irrespective of time to make sure I have the help I need.

I will fondly remember our lunches to crsytal in Charni road and I will always remember your kind heart and infectious smile!

I knew your love for travelling, "Kya Sir" this time you have travelled too far my friend.
Posted by Uday Chandak on June 2, 2021
We meet very few people who have the capability to inspire us, to bring Smile on our face in most tensed environment. I call them as real life hero who have the charisma and amazing aura around them which makes our life easy. Abhinav You were, You Are and You Will Be one such Batman for me !!!!!

Will miss you a lot. Your Pune Trip and visit to Kayani bakery is still pending. Your Smiling Face and Positive Vibe will be missed….

It was my utmost pleasure to work under Abhinav. Right from first Interview until end you have always helped me a lot.

The way Abhinav manages multiple projects and work and being on top of them, I have asked him multiple times. Do you have more than 24 hours in a day….Abhinav has surprised me multiple times with kind gesture and empathy and his ability to build conversation on any topic is amazing.

If there is Bible of how to be great manager or colleague, I'm sure Abhinav will be adding few chapters in it for sure. He was that good !!!!

You are gone too soon….They say God needs good people…..I'm damn sure you are making better solution in heaven also. Cheers !
Posted by Amandeep Singh on May 30, 2021
Abhinav joined Ezetap just a little after I did. We were setting up the newly formed solution consulting team and Abhinav was the bright eyed, full of energy team member who joined Tamal's team.

I have always had a soft corner for Abhinav - for me, he was a Mumbaikar, always willing to make trips to Mumbai to also get an opportunity to be with his parents. I remember after one meeting in South Mumbai, he wanted to carry a "Vada-pav" for Ritu on his way back and I took him to the famous stall near KC college.

I always saw him as part of the sales team - for, he worked with the sales team members as one of their kind - able to appreciate their challenges and give solutions that will help them "close the deal" and manage the escalation. The Chennai Municipal corporation story where he weathered the pressure coming in from multiple quarters guiding all the solution team members to take the pressure.

We shared some great moments at the after-hours party post the sales meets in Bangalore. During one such gathering, we had got together in Bhushan's room and as everyone was having a good time, Abhinav looked at me and said - Aman, please don't judge me basis what you see now :)

I never will Abhinav - I have seen facets of you which will always hold you in high regard in our eyes - the ever dependable friend, colleague and relative. I will like to end this with few lines from one of my favourite songs -

Mere haathon, hua jo qissa shuru
Usey poora toh karna hai mujhe
Qabr par mere sar utha ke khadi ho zindagi
Aise marna hai mujhe!

You left too soon my friend, I am sure you will be back to complete the many things you wanted to achieve. Its a journey that continues...

Warm Regards,

Amandeep
Posted by Rini Sinha on May 30, 2021
You were one of those people who would put anyone at ease. I remember all those Amazon calls and you saying 'Arre Rini ji main sab sambhal lunga'.
AP, you were a sweet gem and I guess I'll see you on the other side for that one drink we had promised each other. I hope you're having fun, superstar.
Posted by Daksha Yajaman C N on May 29, 2021
"I wish we could know that these were the best times of our life before we are apart"
I wish we could still continue talking about - the office, parks and recreation, brooklyn 99 etc. And yeah...the pranks that we pulled on each other...will never forget...keeps playing in my head!.
You were a good friend and better brother. If I knew that was the last hansdhake I would have hugged you and never let you go. :( . I will miss you Abhinav!

You will always be there with us even though you are not here physically with us. Thank you buddy for the wonderful memories and your sweet smile. 
Posted by Manjunath N on May 28, 2021
Abhinav was a very humble n fun loving person. All our official discussions used happen over a Chai and that approcable he was. A very hardworking and workaholic individual who loves what he does. Miss u my friend. Can't still believe that u left us without taking me for a night out in Mumbai as promised. U will be missed.
Posted by Sandeep Narayan on May 28, 2021
Such a wonderful, cheerful gem of a person. I had a great experience working with him. He was always so helpful to everyone around him.
Alas! Gone too soon!
Posted by Sriram R N on May 27, 2021
Abhinav was a gem of a person, fun loving and very helpful in nature. We miss you my friend
Posted by Anil Tiwari on May 27, 2021
My dear friend Abhinav , Gone too soon but you will never be forgotten and will live on in our hearts always. Keep smiling where ever you are.....
Posted by vallur raghava reddy on May 26, 2021
Abhinav was a Gem. I could learn from him on how to be calm even in the toughest times.

I was shocked and very sad to hear the news. May god give strength to the family and friends.

Abhinav, You will be remembered forever as no one can replace you.
Posted by Sanjib Paul on May 26, 2021
The news came in through some of my colleagues ..it is still very hard to believe and come to terms with his demise ...I had the privilege to work with him for a couple a years and what separates him from the others will be his dedication / commitment and the ability to multi task with accuracy.
I still remember our meeting at glens and off course the phone call in april where he mentioned about his new house and other travel plans as he started for his new company.
Life is unpredictable and I hope his family has the strength to bear the loss and move ahead. Om shanti !
Posted by Abhishek Poddar on May 25, 2021
I am completely blank... Don't know what to write. I cannot believe his departure.

True to his name, Abhinav was a novel and a beautiful soul... Calm, smiling, helpful, cheerful, friendly and very truthful. He was inteligent, dedicated and hardworking. He was always admired and it was privilege to work with him at Ezetap and I aspired to work with him again. I will miss him.

May his soul rest in peace. God bless his family. Om Shanti
Posted by Baskaran Natarajan on May 25, 2021
The world of Abhinav has lost the gem of a person. Very energetic and friendly attitude that I admire the most. I would say God loves you more than us and he needs you there, enjoy my dear friend in the other world. You will always be remembered when we hear the name Abhinav.
Posted by Chrystal Mascarenhas on May 25, 2021
Gone to soon my friend...you will be dearly missed...am sure you are in a better place...rest in peace....
Posted by Bhushan Sawant on May 25, 2021
We have lost an absolute gem of a person. Ever smiling, ever helpful! All words fall short of what he meant to his friends, family and colleagues! Chin chin my departed friend ❤
Posted by Venkatraman Gurunathan on May 25, 2021
Gone yet not forgotten!!! Abhinav...may be gone from our sight but you are never gone from our hearts!!!!.

Heaven is a better place Now, They Have Got you bro

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Posted by ankur minz on June 3, 2021
I will always remember Abhinav for his big bright smile and rolled up full sleeves during his visits to Mumbai. He was always eager to help me with my clients, he would go out of the way irrespective of time to make sure I have the help I need.

I will fondly remember our lunches to crsytal in Charni road and I will always remember your kind heart and infectious smile!

I knew your love for travelling, "Kya Sir" this time you have travelled too far my friend.
Posted by Uday Chandak on June 2, 2021
We meet very few people who have the capability to inspire us, to bring Smile on our face in most tensed environment. I call them as real life hero who have the charisma and amazing aura around them which makes our life easy. Abhinav You were, You Are and You Will Be one such Batman for me !!!!!

Will miss you a lot. Your Pune Trip and visit to Kayani bakery is still pending. Your Smiling Face and Positive Vibe will be missed….

It was my utmost pleasure to work under Abhinav. Right from first Interview until end you have always helped me a lot.

The way Abhinav manages multiple projects and work and being on top of them, I have asked him multiple times. Do you have more than 24 hours in a day….Abhinav has surprised me multiple times with kind gesture and empathy and his ability to build conversation on any topic is amazing.

If there is Bible of how to be great manager or colleague, I'm sure Abhinav will be adding few chapters in it for sure. He was that good !!!!

You are gone too soon….They say God needs good people…..I'm damn sure you are making better solution in heaven also. Cheers !
Posted by Amandeep Singh on May 30, 2021
Abhinav joined Ezetap just a little after I did. We were setting up the newly formed solution consulting team and Abhinav was the bright eyed, full of energy team member who joined Tamal's team.

I have always had a soft corner for Abhinav - for me, he was a Mumbaikar, always willing to make trips to Mumbai to also get an opportunity to be with his parents. I remember after one meeting in South Mumbai, he wanted to carry a "Vada-pav" for Ritu on his way back and I took him to the famous stall near KC college.

I always saw him as part of the sales team - for, he worked with the sales team members as one of their kind - able to appreciate their challenges and give solutions that will help them "close the deal" and manage the escalation. The Chennai Municipal corporation story where he weathered the pressure coming in from multiple quarters guiding all the solution team members to take the pressure.

We shared some great moments at the after-hours party post the sales meets in Bangalore. During one such gathering, we had got together in Bhushan's room and as everyone was having a good time, Abhinav looked at me and said - Aman, please don't judge me basis what you see now :)

I never will Abhinav - I have seen facets of you which will always hold you in high regard in our eyes - the ever dependable friend, colleague and relative. I will like to end this with few lines from one of my favourite songs -

Mere haathon, hua jo qissa shuru
Usey poora toh karna hai mujhe
Qabr par mere sar utha ke khadi ho zindagi
Aise marna hai mujhe!

You left too soon my friend, I am sure you will be back to complete the many things you wanted to achieve. Its a journey that continues...

Warm Regards,

Amandeep
Recent stories

Miss you my friend

Shared by Mayur Dave on May 30, 2021
Started as colleagues and ended up becoming friends! That's the short story of Abhinav and me. His infectious smile is I what will miss the most. It was just few weeks back that we had spoken about all the random stuff in the world and pub hopping in Bangalore once I move. 
Never understood the source of his drive to do things, without complaints, with a smile.

Abhinav, you will be missed forever! Wherever you are now, keep spreading your smile as world needs it more then anything else.

The sweet

Shared by Bhaskar Chatterjee on May 28, 2021
Abhinav and a bunch of others at Ezetap had made it a practice to go to A2B on Friday mornings. He sat next to me on the second floor in the Ezetap office.
I once tasted the sweet he would bring back from these Friday morning excursions and said that was nice. I could not join this bunch on Friday mornings since I was driving in from a distance.
On all Fridays after that there would be an extra sweet small box kept at my desk on Friday mornings - no request was made, no conversation it was just there.
That was who Abhinav was...
Also an amazing manager who would go out of his way to reward and keep his team engaged in really thoughtful ways...

God keeps the nice ones...hope you are making the other side as beautiful Abhinav.

Bhaskar

The (as yet unresolved) issue of Gaming platforms

Shared by Suresh Gopalakrishnan on May 25, 2021
Circa: 2018
Like all good stories, this one starts out with us drinking ourselves to ridiculousness. At the said party, we somehow after a year of knowing each other realised we liked gaming... on opposing platforms. We couldn’t have that now, could we? Not without “heathy dialogue”. Especially with someone on the fence who was a part of the discussion. (@Kiran). Abhinav, I hope you get all the games that you want to play (and their DLCs) on the XBOX I heaven and you stay there until I can get the latest PS to show you the difference. Miss you man. You left too soon.