ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Manish Pawar, 43 years old, born on March 3, 1978, and passed away on April 18, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Himanshu Arora on May 7, 2021
Manish sir, a technical inspiration, someone who was never shy to voice his opinion and overall a fun person just to be around.
Would never forget the time when we sat in the silent room for 3 weeks in KA doing the first PoC of RM INV.
What a fun time it was and also got to know what a wonderful cook you were.
It was a shocker to hear this news.
Hope God gives strength to your family.
Thanks for all the learnings and miss you.
Posted by shubika rana on May 6, 2021
I try to pen something but have no words; always will remember you as ever courteous, smiling and always ready to put up a good technical argument!
You're in my prayers. God bless!
Posted by Narasimham B.L on May 6, 2021
manish .. i cant express how much i miss you !!! Hope God gives enough strength to your family .. Doast miss you a lottt every day
Posted by Nitin M on May 6, 2021
It has been shocking since i heard of you. I cant believe a fit guy like you with whom we cherish not just professional moments but good talk about healthy being, Sports etc. is no more with us.
I still remember the first day i entered in R&D ,first person i saw was you discussing with Abhishek in a meeting room late evening.
This wasn't really the time for you to go, But as they say there is end of every story. I just wish god give strength to your family in these tough time. RIP my friend :(
Posted by Kirti Girdhar on May 6, 2021
I remember you as an expert and who is always ready to share his knowledge and insights. My thoughts are with you and your family. You will be missed and your passing away caused a such a big loss.
Posted by Atul Bisaria on May 5, 2021
Suddenly it seems we are in a different universe where everything is turning so dismal and dark. It's hard to believe you are no longer with us. It hurts to remember the happy times spent with you and with our families.
You were an amazing mentor who shaped my journey in Ericsson and brought me where I am today.
You will be forever missed. Hope you rest in peace now!
Posted by Vivek Jain on May 5, 2021
May your soul rest in peace and may God give strength to your family to bear the profound loss. These are truly dark times.
Posted by Praveen Yadav on May 5, 2021
You will always be remembered. Your presence in team always brought confidence, "ke ab sab chal jaayega". I will never forget the cricket we played together, the IVR demoes we had sailed through. You were very energetic, always carried smile on your face, a fit personality..... May you rest in Peace, Manish sir.
Posted by Rajmangal Sharma on May 5, 2021
Dear Manish, our thoughts are with you and your family. Your presence was so charming and brought light in our days. May you keep shining in the stars and rest in peace.
Posted by vishal garg on May 5, 2021
Dear Manish Sir,
I still can't believe that I won't be able to speak to you ever. I still remember those talks when we used to share our memories from Reliance days. I always looked up to you as a mentor, a guide and someone with an amazing attitude towards work and life. My heart goes out to your family, may God give them strength and endurance to bear this pain. Miss you...
Posted by Sudipto Podder on May 5, 2021
Manish, no matter where you go, you will always remain an integral part of the Ericsson India family. Your ever smiling face will always be etched in our minds. Rest in peace...
Posted by Sabine Metzger on May 5, 2021
Manish, it was a shock to hear about the tragedy which happened to you. We were not closely working together, but I remember we met met once in person at the time when you were Release Architect and there was a workshop in Frankfurt. I was impressed at that time how deep you were in the details of each single backlog item. And I also remember the fun we had after the workshop in the nearby pizzeria. We will miss you a lot and all the strength to overcome these dark days to your family.
Posted by Christer Åkesson on May 5, 2021
Dear Manish, I learnt to know you as a good man with huge portion of empathy, great passion for work and always close to a laughter.
I´m thankful for the time and memories I got to share with you in India, Sweden, Amsterdam and remote. We had a lot of fun together!

I will miss you! My thoughts are with your family.
Posted by Raghavendra Chauhan on May 5, 2021
Dear Manish, we will always remember you and miss you every day. you were among the first ones joining my team way back in 2006, always smile on you face used to give lot of motivation to all of us, despite whatever challenges we faced. you would surely be missed by each and everyone of us. May you rest in peace. 
Posted by Rameshwaran Thulasidoss on May 5, 2021
Dear Manish, In the last 6 months or so i had written many mails to you and expected your feedback/ideas on the challenges we faced. I never thought i would need to pen down this message and it is giving such a pain to do so. Your calm and jovial nature among the challenging discussions will ever be in my thoughts. I pray to almighty to give your family the strength and courage to overcome their pain. I am sure you are there somewhere and look upon to your family with love. Miss you Manish.
Posted by Sanjiv Sharma on May 4, 2021
When I joined Ericsson 14 years ago, you had won an innovation contest at BUSS level. To me, you were like a star at the office. During the last year, we got to work in the same team. We planned to solve together lots of challenges and I still cant believe what has happened. My thoughts and prayers go out for your family. Miss you...
Posted by Magnus Wedelin on May 4, 2021
Dear Manish!

We have had quite a lot of discussions over the years, but even if we didn't always agree you always had a positive attitude. You also always tried to help out, trying to answer all requests.

/Magnus W
Posted by Armin Hodzic on May 4, 2021
Dear Manish

It was a true pleasure working with you, regardless if it was remote or in f2f discussions. Even in heated discussions where people would loose their temper, you would be the calming factor with your kind attitude and empathy. You will be truly missed by all

Rest in peace my friend :(
Posted by Shiva Farzanehpour on May 4, 2021
Dear Manish,
Even I have not directly worked with you -except once- in a short conversation; but even in that small talk I was fascinated by your great knowledge and your passion. Your talent and your perseverance of providing answers to complex questions will remain as you true legacy with us. You are truly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with your beloved family in this difficult time. Rest in peace dear friend.
Posted by Pär Engelholm on May 4, 2021
Dear Manish, it was a pleasure and privilege to have met you. I still remember myself laughing my heart out in the car with you, in India, to your witty comments with perfect, humoristic, timing.
Even though we not always saw eye to eye on solutions, I acknowledge and value your calm and friendly attitude.
My condolences to friends and family.
Posted by Lottis Ljungman on May 4, 2021
Manish,
You not only leave an empty chair in the office but also an empty place in our hearts. You always came with a big smile that will be dearly missed. Your greatest joy and pride was your daughter and when you talked about her your smile was even bigger.
My thoughts and prayers are with your daughter, wife and family. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Sujitha Navaneethakrishna... on May 4, 2021
A person who is a hero from the Biller domain at Ericsson.
A man of his words and the man who anyone could rely on
Was really great to listen to his expertise and thorough knowledge in everything he worked with from top to the bottom
The moments I remember:
- I should not checkout root folder in Sparx and prevent others from updating OP
- His review of my Real time reporting QS
- A moment where he challenged the efforts I gave for EDM BUCs in OP
- His review of my backward compatible DR
- His support in first Biller BUC I handled in FT14-5 Biller
Looking forward to meet his daughter one day!
Posted by Joanne Rothery on May 4, 2021
Dear Manish, on one of the last times we spoke, when we were all chatting away, you told me it was my lucky day to get to speak to you not only once, but twice. I laughed.
But so sadly it was very true. I was lucky.. It's a sadder day when you are no longer around.. We all miss you and my thoughts go out to your family and daughter ..
Posted by Jaume Armengol on May 4, 2021
Dear Manish,

Despite I think we never met, I can notice the mark you left in our shared colleagues. That is a great legacy of a worthy life. My best wishes and love to your relatives and friends in this tough time.
Posted by SRDANA RAGUZ-BOJCIC on May 4, 2021
Dear Manish,
We had fun working together. I will miss your smile and laughter.
Thank you.
Posted by Teresa Pascual on May 4, 2021
I am thankful to have met you Manish, I remember your smile the most, when you explained the reasoning and details I needed to understand when I asked for your support at work. You were dedicated and enjoyed your work, you shined at work with your knowledge and contribution but also your peaceful voice and humanity. Life is a test, we know it, we feel it. But it is very hard to understand why you had to leave now. To your family I send a very big hug, and I am sure you keep loving and supporting them forever. We are in a tough situation, some of us will need to keep fighting and some as you will take a new path and keep supporting from the above. A mystery that we will all understand sooner or later. I know that now the light embraces you fully. Let this light reach your loved ones and stay with them forever.
Posted by Michael Nilsson on May 4, 2021
Dear Manish, You will be sorely missed. We have had many long and sometime heated debates over the past 20 years. We always remained friends despite differences in opinion on certain solutions, and that was a true reflection of your professionalism. I will always remember and appreciate your eagerness and pride in explaining and make me try Indian food whenver I visited India. Rest in peace my friend,
Posted by Ramanathan Oppilamani on May 4, 2021
Dear Manish you are one of the best i have worked with. I could not forget the moments that you helped me to catch the flight at CPH airport with my family. And in all official discussions i have seen a very positive way of handling issues. We all miss you and we could not imagine that you are not with us. Yes. you will always be with us in our daily work. May your soul RIP. May the god will give all power to handle the situation to your family, and we all there to support them.
Posted by Rakesh Pandey on April 28, 2021
Dear Manish, You will be always in our Heart. I really miss the time we spent together over numerous cup of tea, you cooking meal for us in Karlskrona, our numerous intense discussions on how we should move ahead. You have been always there and I personally will miss you a lot.
Posted by Parisa Yousefi on April 28, 2021
Manish, you will be always in our mind, we miss you everyday, and I am sure you will be missed forever by your family and your daughter, our thoughts are with you and your family.
your presence brought light in our days, may you rest in peace.

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Posted by Himanshu Arora on May 7, 2021
Manish sir, a technical inspiration, someone who was never shy to voice his opinion and overall a fun person just to be around.
Would never forget the time when we sat in the silent room for 3 weeks in KA doing the first PoC of RM INV.
What a fun time it was and also got to know what a wonderful cook you were.
It was a shocker to hear this news.
Hope God gives strength to your family.
Thanks for all the learnings and miss you.
Posted by shubika rana on May 6, 2021
I try to pen something but have no words; always will remember you as ever courteous, smiling and always ready to put up a good technical argument!
You're in my prayers. God bless!
Posted by Narasimham B.L on May 6, 2021
manish .. i cant express how much i miss you !!! Hope God gives enough strength to your family .. Doast miss you a lottt every day
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