ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Anjali Jain, 63 years old, born on September 15, 1957, and passed away on April 24, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Rahul choudhary on May 4, 2021
(On Holi eve)
Mam: Tu new laag rha hai, kya naam hai beta?
Me : Rahul
Mam: Rahul... naam toh suna hi hoga ( looking at everyone) ....
It's really tough time hearing about your dismissal, since I'm the newest & probably the last article assistant registered under our firm (AJ&A), it's my bad luck that I ain't got any chance of learning from you, had interacted just two times still you gave me your blessings & cheering up memory, I hope, staying up above you're watching us closely & your charisma will keep on motivating all of us in path of becoming a Chartered Accountant, Miss you Mam
Posted by Amit Singh on May 4, 2021
It's sad that i don't get much opportunities to work under you, but in the short span of time I have learned alot from you.
It's tough to accept that you will not be here to ask everyone ki 'Kya kaam kar ra tu',
I have known her since a long time, I always heard about your stories from my Dad. My dad always wanted me to work under you but but I think God had another plan, I believe we believe that today wherever you are, you are in better place than here, from there keep eye on us keep blessing us.
Will always miss you....
Posted by Geeta Kumari on May 1, 2021
I just want to say that ...There was magic in Mam's words which always gave me positivity and inspiration. I will always miss you Mam.
Posted by komal sharma on May 1, 2021
I am very Newely associated with Anjali Jain and associate.I got opportunity to interact with ma'am just twise.But I know about her from earlier as an achiever.

As much as I know about maam,I regarded her a lot for the way she lead her life.I want to share this.l was seeking Maam's valuable advice both in personal and professional front,but I procastinated having thought that ll do it some day.But now I am totally deprived of it.Maam's demise taught me a lesson, whatever you want to do,do it NOW tomorrow may not come.

Ma'am I was really seeking your guidance..Lot lot lot of respect for you.I wish I could imbibe some of your quality in me.
Posted by Divya Rani on May 1, 2021
Well, i don't spend so much time under her but i remembered her when i join AJA and only seeking for learning things and she keep asking me 'kaam samjh aa rha hai divya'..when i heard her news i was in deep shock and everything moving around my mind of her presence .. The only thing i can say now wherever you r mam may god give you peace.. Will always miss u mam. Remembering you forever
Posted by Trishu Jaiswal on May 1, 2021
Anjali Ma'am,
When I first met you, I was very nervous as everyone told me that you were the lady tiger at a time.......BUT....from that first meeting till 5th April, 2021, when I met you last, I realised that the way you showed love, care, patience, guidance and many more valueable feelings towards me....You are a mother, a teacher, a leader and most important a soft heartened person.....I miss you ma'am
Posted by Devesh Saboo on April 30, 2021
Anjali aunty’s demise has left a void which no one can ever fill. However, she has also left behind a gamut of lovely memories which would make us smile forever.

She was an epitome of everything perfect which anyone could ask for – a loving parent, a thorough professional and even an easy going friend. Inspirational in every way!

There was not even one instance when she did not greet us with a bright smile and very contagious warmth. 

We would never be able to come to terms with the fact that someone so perfect and so amazing has left us so soon.

Your ebullience and positivity would stay with us forever. Rest in peace, aunty.

Love
Devesh
Posted by Ravi Choudhary on April 29, 2021
Aunty was polite, humble, loving, caring and all other good adjectives out there. We used to talk for hours. I bow down to her wisdom and knowledge. I learnt a lot from her.

She will be missed by everyone whose life she touched.
Posted by CA Suresh Jain on April 29, 2021
My Bhabhi CA Anjali Jain was hard working and always ready to accept new challenges. She was a very successful Chartered Accountant and I am sure many under her training would have become CA's by now.

May Arpit Harshu Megha Bhaiya and all the family members cherish her memories and God give us strength to bear the loss.
Posted by Shounak Banerjee on April 29, 2021
It was probably my 2nd day of work at A J A, mam called me and assigned a work to me, bt i was nervous as that field was totally new for me, i conveyed my doubts to mam, and the next thing she said to me was " Don't worry shounak, humko bhi ye sections yaad nai hota tha bt kam kerte kerte yaad ho jata hai", i know mam apne ye mere me confidence lane ke liye bola tha and aaj bhi jab mein kisi work me nervous hota hun, i remember this incidence.

Ese thi humlog ki Anjali Mam, The Iron Lady with a Heart of gold !

We will olwys remember you at every step of our life mam.
Posted by sneha jalan on April 29, 2021
Anjali aunty or better known as The Iron Lady for her strong and great personality, knowledge, no bullshit attitude and her determination to establish her self at a time when household work was only work for women. But people who knows her well or who lived or got chance to spend some time with her knows her other side which was full of life, craziness, fun and masti, bindass attitude and a child inside ready to enjoy with her kids and their friends in the same way as they did.
She played immense role in creating a society which accepted and respected a working women and played role in guiding and mentoring many including me. Was lucky enough to meet her as Arpit’s friend and than get a chance to work under her for more than a year.
Aunty I can’t thank you enough for all your teachings both personal and professional. Time spent with you in office and in between breaks in your room where you chatted and cracked crazy jokes (if you got lucky you know what I am talking about). Your scolding to us in most adorable and desi manner by calling all as gadhe/ gadhi or behudde ... and then saying kuch nahi ho sakta. Your down to earth attitude and making every one feel equal whether it’s your kids, us or any staff. Your asking to us, Aaj tiffin mein kaun kya kya laya hai and then tasting and complementing everyone’s meal. Has left an everlasting impact and memory in my life. Expressing or penning down everything about you is impossible specially by one of your students who sucks in writing. But what I can say aunty is that you will always and always remain in my memory.

P.S: I regret delaying my plan to come and meet you and make Viraaj meet you and take your blessings. Can’t believe I was in Ranchi for so long and I didn’t meet you this time and now won’t be able to.

Love you always aunty and miss you
Keep blessing us and guiding us as you always did
Sneha Jalan
Posted by Shobhan Gupta on April 28, 2021
I will just say that no one can ever fill the emptiness created and wherever you are, keep enjoying and keep dancing.. Will miss you ever...
Posted by Manish Mohnot on April 28, 2021
Very special respect to Anjali madam.....we always miss ur voice and calls.....Specially when we prepare our firm accounts....and also call for closure our accounts and also will remember when matter not solve by us...Definitely your interfare must resolve any issue of ours.I hope u will always solve our matter of firm with your presence...Definitely will recognise your name and our firm"ANJALI JAIN AND ASSOCIATES" and reach new heights...For us.. Now arpit is part of madam and he will definitely continues do part of Anjali madam...Madam..Definitely we will miss u and pls give your suggestions and guidance to all of us...
Posted by Achint Chhabra on April 28, 2021
Anjali aunty is a never ending song in our lives, we may forget the lyrics but never the tune....
That’s what she was, dancing and enjoying her life on her own tunes and making the life dance on it...

The moments that we have enjoyed with her we can never loose...that’s our treasure...

Her words still echoes ‘Don’t let the tears mar the smiles I’ve given you after I go.’
The world would change from year to year, our lives from day to day...
But the love and the memory shall never pass away...

There are no goodbyes for a person like her...
You’re within us.

You’d be missed dance partner ❤️
Posted by Amanpreet Singh on April 28, 2021
Though I was not lucky enough to have long conversations with her, toh kisse toh nai hai.
But I have met her many times, especially now when Jain is a more near and dear friend, neighbour, tabler.
His domicile is not even 50 mtrs from mine.
And how such helplessness and shame creeped in with Covid I didn't go meet Jain and Harshu even once, the time one needs and one should offer the most.

Well sorry for the diversion.

About her, mera shuru shuru unse phatta tha.
Itni muffat, itni bindaas, itna full on energy, thodi loud, Bhai mera unse gazab phatta tha.

Lekin dheere dheere when I met her more, the more I observed her, the more I knew her, the more I could admire her.
Now more I wanted to meet her, and the more I wanted to learn more from her.
Yes this is how impactful she was, even in short meetings.

Maharna apartment ke bahar bohot baar hello namaste hua hai.
And everytime that fearless child, exuberant youth,and a powerful leader, all three I could feel in her.
She always left a mark.

Yes I write this in tribute to her remembrance.

*P.S* : More love and courage to Jain, Harshu, Uncle, and their broken family who could crawl through this toughest phase.
Posted by Rohit Rajgarhia on April 28, 2021
I am so moved by the smiling photos and videos here. 

As I look back, I feel grateful actuallly to Avikal, for introducing me to Arpit. He has been such an amazing friend and a person, always full of smiles and care for others.

To extend that, I have always cherished my time in their home. Aunty's authenticity always was a delight. Every time I interacted with her, it felt like she was trying to reach out and engage as a friend, and equal than someone elder trying to impose authority or traditional mindset. 

She would not mince words and sometimes would ask straightforward questions, and she is quite sharp so its not easy to give any random answer.
I see that as a mark of her curiosity, and concern and care for all of us Arpit's friends. I think she fed me golgappas last time I was there at their home, and she even probably told me that I could mix it myself as it was my home only. :)

It is said that when you walk, you never walk alone. Your whole lineage walks with you, in every step of your life. Who you are today, your deepest aspirations and value, has been inextricably shaped by the values of your entire lineage. I am grateful that Aunty's lineage of joy continues through her children and rest of her family.

Loads of love to all! Take care! 
Posted by Manish Jain on April 28, 2021
The iron lady,

I wondered why u were called by this name but now am preety sure you were actually an iron UNBREAKABLE. We will miss you aunty.

The jain villa will always have you in every corner. For the first instance when i met anjali aunty the first word in my mind was so cool. She was an amazing person eversmiling.

It is hard to believe that the angels have carried you home at a time we least expected. We hardly take in the fact that your sudden demise has unexpectedly terminated the moments we enjoyed with you. You left a hollow one can ever fill halfway.

Sweet memories fill me anytime I remember the time we spent before arpit’s wedding during dance practise sessions and the glass of wine you found pleasure in sharing with us, they will forever be cherished. Your laugh lifted our hearts anytime.

Admittedly, we have lost a precious soul of our life. But am sure you must be enjoying in heaven too and showering blessings on all of us to create best of our life.

Om shanti
Posted by RN SD on April 28, 2021
There is no doubt that Ma'am was an exceptional person.

Her life itself is an example for all. I was in awe about the fact that she started from rock bottom and ended up at the top, just based on hardwork and intelligence.

She had certain principles in life, which she never wanted to compromise on nor she ever did. She had this gift of lifting everyone's spirits around her.

Because of her wisdom, people thronged to her for her advice or suggestion.... & also help. She didn't let any one down. She also had the great quality of not speaking about one person's issues with the other.

She will be sorely missed by anyone who had ever come in touch with her.

Rajesh Shah Deo.
Posted by Jasleen Ghai on April 28, 2021
Anjali aunty , the one happy soul, the eversmiling, always dancing on her tunes, and making everyone around her to chirp merrily

We were like her kids who would scold us, laugh with us, love us, bless us and always thought good of us

We miss you aunty.
Where ever you are please keep showering your blessing upon us


Posted by Chandrakant Raipat on April 27, 2021
Anjaliji was like an elder sister who guided me in my initial years of starting my professional career in 1986 after I completed my Engineering from BIT. My first company which was registered was under her guidance. I have always seen in her a guide, mentor and supportive person. Her departure is a great loss not only to me but to the society as a whole...

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Posted by Rahul choudhary on May 4, 2021
(On Holi eve)
Mam: Tu new laag rha hai, kya naam hai beta?
Me : Rahul
Mam: Rahul... naam toh suna hi hoga ( looking at everyone) ....
It's really tough time hearing about your dismissal, since I'm the newest & probably the last article assistant registered under our firm (AJ&A), it's my bad luck that I ain't got any chance of learning from you, had interacted just two times still you gave me your blessings & cheering up memory, I hope, staying up above you're watching us closely & your charisma will keep on motivating all of us in path of becoming a Chartered Accountant, Miss you Mam
Posted by Amit Singh on May 4, 2021
It's sad that i don't get much opportunities to work under you, but in the short span of time I have learned alot from you.
It's tough to accept that you will not be here to ask everyone ki 'Kya kaam kar ra tu',
I have known her since a long time, I always heard about your stories from my Dad. My dad always wanted me to work under you but but I think God had another plan, I believe we believe that today wherever you are, you are in better place than here, from there keep eye on us keep blessing us.
Will always miss you....
Posted by Geeta Kumari on May 1, 2021
I just want to say that ...There was magic in Mam's words which always gave me positivity and inspiration. I will always miss you Mam.
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Shared by Bhavesh Butala on April 30, 2021
Didi will always be remembered as an iron lady. She was always a source of inspiration for me. An ever smiling,  kind hearted person , she always  took care of all who came across,  unfortunately she never took care of herself.  She left, leaving us all grieving behind.  May her soul rest in peace.  

The kind hearted - Iron Lady

Shared by Shobhan Gupta on April 28, 2021
Anjali Mam, better known as The Iron Lady has this family of Anjali Jain and Associates back in 1985 when she became the first lady Chartered Accountant in Bihar (undivided). The tag of Iron Lady was first given when she stepped in as a Practicing Chartered Accountant which was then, a male dominated profession. 
Since then she has dominated the profession like anything and on her every step, more iron was added to her tag of “The Iron Lady”.  But it was us, the kids of the family who knew that the tag is only the outer part of the coconut. Inside, The Iron Lady has a supporting heart, enthusiastic soul and very jovial person. 
I joined the family in 2011 after completing my Masters as raw finance professional with theoretical knowledge only. My cousin who was an article under Anjali Mam referred me to her. My journey in the family under Anjali mam started on the 28th Day of March 2011. 
I have recorded many memories in the past ten years of my journey with Anjali Mam. I used to have a new learning, whenever she used to hand over a new task to me. She was a huge resource of knowledge and experience and we are blessed enough to have a mentor like her. We have celebrated all the festivals together in the office. Be it Holi, Diwali, Eid, Chritsmas or New Year. She always used to say that God is one but we divide him according to our religion. So celebrate all festivals and enjoy being an Indian. 
One more thing which she was very specific about is “Mother”. Let me share an incident with you all, once an article (a girl) came in for interview and was sitting in front of Anjali Mam. She handed over the resume to her and initially Mam discussed about her education, schooling, residence and other things. Then she started reading her resume. Suddenly, Mam asked the girl “isn’t your mother alive?” The girl got confused and replied – “No Mam, she is alive and healthy.” Mam replied – “Wow, that’s great, then tell me why have you not mentioned her name in your resume? Did you father single handedly raised you or you are ashamed of your mother that you don’t mention her name in the resume?” The girl was in tears but said, “this is my first lesson of article ship.”  
Mam was very much specific about the honor of the females. She has always taught us to respect every women and that is something I can never forget in my life. Anjali Mam, you will always be there with us as blessing of our life and I would end up saying that – Mam, wherever you are, I know you must be enjoying and dominating the men there. 
Loads of Love
Shobhan 

The women in the man’s world !

Shared by Ankita Kinger on April 28, 2021
Anjali Aunty ! What do I say about her !
She did CA when most of the women her age were getting married & having children !
Her upfront nature, fearless behaviour & strong will made her what she was !
she loved me like her daughter, hugged me tight every time we met, often told me about how beautiful I was !
She had called me to ask about my health when I had COVID but less did I know she would be taken by COVID few months later !
I will always regret that I couldn’t bid goodbye to you, as you were gone so fast just like a shooting star, gone too soon !!
I know wherever you have gone, you will make your own paradise there !!
Rest in peace !!
Will always love you
Ankita & Rahul