ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in unending memory of our loved one, Amrit Sethi, 90 years old, born on September 15, 1930, and left for heavenly abode  on April 26, 2021. We will remember him forever.
An inspiration to all his children and grandchildren, a magnanimous personality, with unwavering positivity in every situation and one who truly lived each moment.
Posted by Ravinder Sethi on April 29, 2021
With heavy heart I write this tribute for Chachaji

Words cannot describe this difficult moment, but if this is the last time I get to say goodbye then I know I will do so with the knowledge that I consider myself blessed to have lived this life as his nephew.

There are far too many pleasant memories of my association with him right through my childhood days. Space may not be enough to express my emotions and attachment. Suffice it to say that his love for all of us was one that is only comparable to that of a dad.

Whenever we visited him we were always met with a big hug and a warm smile. Such a magnetic personality! He used to always bring so much life into any conversation that we had. His kindness, hospitability and generosity was unparalleled and will be missed for all times to come. He was one of the few real genuine persons I have come across in my life who believed in only giving.

My only regret in this moment of grief is that I could not personally meet him during last few months to avoid any untoward infection. My only consolation is that, I could speak to him on phone during his last few days in which he always sounded so cheerful despite such complications and difficult times. I guess I’ll have to remain satisfied with that.

May the Lord be with him and with his spirit wherever he is? We’ll miss him a lot. He has left a void that will be difficult to fill in this life time.

Chachaji we bid you goodbye

Bubble, Alka, Pankaj, Mira, Pankaj & Krishnav
Posted by NATALIA SABHARWALPRATAP on April 28, 2021
Amrit uncle whilst you have embarked on a new journey, I sit down and Reflect on the past and the beautiful and cherished interactions that I remember having shared with you. Your personality, charm and your witty spontaneous sense of humor always captivated us. You always encouraged and belived in our potential more than we could imagine . While you unite with Lilly aunty, you will be deeply missed by all of us. You have left beautiful grandchildren and children and extended family who will always cherish the times spent with you .Thank you so much for your love
Posted by Arvind Sethi on April 27, 2021
Deepest condolences Bina di. It’s such a huge loss .... Amrit Uncle had such a zest for life. I have the fondest memories of him. His wit , sense of humor.... twinkling blue eyes ... and his spirit. Till the end he was always on the go. A huge role model for all of us. Dad Mom were in constant contact with him so I would always get his news. Biggest hug to you. May his soul Rest In Peace. He is reunited with the love of his life .... the picture says it all. Sending you lots of strength and love .❤️
Posted by Arvind Sethi on April 27, 2021
Didi I m so sorry to hear from Amrit Uncle. Huge loss to our family. We all have such amazing memories from our childhood... his laugh... his sense of humor and total zest for life. It just reminds us that our time with our parents is fleeting. You are so blessed that you have been with him all through. May his soul Rest In Peace. He will be missed so much. Mom and Dad are so shaken up ... they have come so close to him in the last few years. Sending you lots of strength and love. Deepest condolences . Om shanti
~MINNA
Posted by Arvind Sethi on April 27, 2021


Heard about Jeejaji late last evening. I should have kept in touch, but didn’t- one of life regrets that keeps coming back to haunt me


Am truly saddened - his wit and presence of mind was always refreshing- I still remember his words of caution when I joined a particular industrial house

Quiet as your Dad was, I always found it easier to converse with him as compared to your mom- in her eyes we were the kids you see- but Dad always treated us in equal footing

My first meeting with him was when I saw him when I was 9 or 10. We were travelling in a train when I saw a man banging on the outside door of the moving train, hanging by the railings and asking to be let in.

I was fascinated at the sight and took some time to move. Finally I fetched my father who recognised him and opened the door to let him in

Once he came in, he straightened his shirt, brushed back his hair, walked upto me, shook my hand and said “thank you”

I was in awe of your father , and have remained so since then

Promise to be in touch

Bunty Mama
Posted by Arvind Sethi on April 27, 2021


My Mom’s and my heartfelt condolences. This isn’t the typical condolence message.

Instead I urge you to take a moment to celebrate your Dad (and Mom’s) life. They had so much joie de vivre. It lit up all the lives they touched. I know my parents and I were very fond of them.

I send you my message of affection over this long distance, hoping distances won’t be a barrier to our connection.

Indeed, through this message I am sending you my contact and taking yours so the connection between our families is never broken.

I love you all and wish you fortitude and good health.

Affectionately
RAJU
Posted by Arvind Sethi on April 27, 2021
Parents remain in our heart ❤️ each day they never never go away they are god for us and Bina you once said we pray to them . Uncle will always remain with us . Vidhu what a lovely message god bless.
~DEEPA
Posted by Arvind Sethi on April 27, 2021
My heart goes out to the tireless warriors who stuck by his side like rocks till the end ....you inspire us ...
Such Amazing memories, his pampering and love towards everyone was unparalleled.
Posted by Arvind Sethi on April 27, 2021
Thank you for penning our thoughts so beautifully, Vidhu. It truly is the end of an era, a generation. Will miss Amrit Uncle’s charm and confidence for sure. The last time I spoke to him on his 90th birthday, he simply said “don’t take life too seriously, enjoy it”. Words to live by, truly! He will surely be missed.

~MINI
Posted by Arvind Sethi on April 27, 2021
26th April has marked the end of an era ... a generation that nurtured us ... a generation we looked upto... a generation we can hardly match up to....
Chachaji ... you were the last thread of that beautiful generation.... and truly a prince of that era ... what royalty you carried on your sleeve and deep inside your heart ... what a magnanimous personality...
You touched the lives of so many
Your positivity and unwavering confidence gave us so much courage ...
Mostly only a few spoken words of yours would resonate and mean so much...
Today, I am sure, there are many like me who feel a deep sense of regret for not being able to bid you a final farewell...
But you are just too special and genuinely etched in our hearts forever...
Chachaji ... we love you and can see you join our other angels in heaven... waving at us from up there ... ❤️❤️

~VIDHU

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Posted by Ravinder Sethi on April 29, 2021
With heavy heart I write this tribute for Chachaji

Words cannot describe this difficult moment, but if this is the last time I get to say goodbye then I know I will do so with the knowledge that I consider myself blessed to have lived this life as his nephew.

There are far too many pleasant memories of my association with him right through my childhood days. Space may not be enough to express my emotions and attachment. Suffice it to say that his love for all of us was one that is only comparable to that of a dad.

Whenever we visited him we were always met with a big hug and a warm smile. Such a magnetic personality! He used to always bring so much life into any conversation that we had. His kindness, hospitability and generosity was unparalleled and will be missed for all times to come. He was one of the few real genuine persons I have come across in my life who believed in only giving.

My only regret in this moment of grief is that I could not personally meet him during last few months to avoid any untoward infection. My only consolation is that, I could speak to him on phone during his last few days in which he always sounded so cheerful despite such complications and difficult times. I guess I’ll have to remain satisfied with that.

May the Lord be with him and with his spirit wherever he is? We’ll miss him a lot. He has left a void that will be difficult to fill in this life time.

Chachaji we bid you goodbye

Bubble, Alka, Pankaj, Mira, Pankaj & Krishnav
Posted by NATALIA SABHARWALPRATAP on April 28, 2021
Amrit uncle whilst you have embarked on a new journey, I sit down and Reflect on the past and the beautiful and cherished interactions that I remember having shared with you. Your personality, charm and your witty spontaneous sense of humor always captivated us. You always encouraged and belived in our potential more than we could imagine . While you unite with Lilly aunty, you will be deeply missed by all of us. You have left beautiful grandchildren and children and extended family who will always cherish the times spent with you .Thank you so much for your love
Posted by Arvind Sethi on April 27, 2021
Deepest condolences Bina di. It’s such a huge loss .... Amrit Uncle had such a zest for life. I have the fondest memories of him. His wit , sense of humor.... twinkling blue eyes ... and his spirit. Till the end he was always on the go. A huge role model for all of us. Dad Mom were in constant contact with him so I would always get his news. Biggest hug to you. May his soul Rest In Peace. He is reunited with the love of his life .... the picture says it all. Sending you lots of strength and love .❤️
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