Thank you for the music!!
  • Born on December 15, 1948 in Kolkata, India.
  • Passed away on January 19, 2019 in Kolkata, India.

This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved mother, granny, sister, sister-in-law, mother-in-law, aunt, teacher, organist, choir director and friend, Anjali SenGupta. Please contribute to celebrate her life by adding your tributes, photos, videos, and also stories and even songs to this website. Her legacy will last forever.

Click here to view the "celebration of life" memorial service held at St. Paul's Cathedral, Kolkata, on January 25th, 2019: Anjali SenGupta Memorial Service

Posted by Nidhi Mehta on 7th April 2019
I have such fond memories of my music classes with Anjali mam. Her personality was so mesmerizing... The perfectly worn sari, blow dried hair, well painted nails.... I was always in awe of her. I was a hopeless singer but she still empowered me to sing... I still remember the cuckooburra sits on the old gum tree and bimbo..... My favorites.... She will always remain in every martinians heart forever
Posted by Sutapa Ghosh Sarker on 5th April 2019
Ma'am was one of very few teachers I recollect lovingly, having passed out of this grand Institution long back in 1990. She was special and not only had a sweet voice but also a sweet nature, which is rare at all times. Losses like this somehow takes away a part of our childhood and no words seem quite enough to express the void. She was and will remain to be in my life forever. May her soul rest in eternal peace and God provide her family strength to live with this loss, as I personally believe that hurdles like losing a dear one can never be overcome in life. Best Regards...
Posted by Divya Goyal Himatsingka on 4th April 2019
1994 batch- I always ran in the music period to be the first on the step to sit next to ma’am. As a young girl always in awe of her. Her perfectly blow dried hair, her impeccable makeup and her perfectly ironed saree. She was a stunner and the best music teacher anyone could have asked for. Even after 25 years I can remember all the hymns taught by her. And her favourite chords for us to sit/ stand. All of us whose lives have been touched by her will always hold beautiful memories of her- as beautiful as she was!! Whoever didn’t have her- it’s purely their loss. There was no one who played and sang like her.
Posted by Monami Guha Das on 4th April 2019
Ma'am A Sengupta and her music are intrinsically woven with our childhood years in LMG. She was such a perfectionist! Our Founder's Day practices were truly amazing. Music in La Martiniere can never be same without her. We were fortunate to have had her. May your soul rest in peace Ma'am and may you continue to create magic through music wherever you are.
Posted by Soma Dey on 3rd April 2019
We were bound by the melody, relief from regular class, the decoration of the singing copies, the undercurrent that ran amongst us to sit on the "stairs" nearer to the piano, nearer to you as such !! Meeting you last Founder's Day never gave any indication of it being the last meeting !! Keep on creating magic with those lovely hands n keep watching over all those who loved you dearly !!

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