ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Senthil Kumaran Singaravelan, 48 years old, born on June 1, 1972, and passed away on March 3, 2021. We will remember him forever. May his soul rest in peace.
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 23, 2021
Rest in Peace brother! We will miss you!!
Regards,
Gurdeep Saluja.
Posted by Neicy Kannampadam on March 22, 2021
By Singaravelan Thyagarajan:

I still feel that your heart beat continues to be in vienna

Ever loving appa
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
May the god give his family, all the strength in this difficult time. Bahavpurna Shrandajanali!!

Regards,
Naresh W
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
Our deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to his family. May he rest in peace.

In solidarity and grief,

Regards,
UN VIC India Club
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
Sincere condolences to the family of Senthil, with prayers for the repose of his soul and the strength of his bereaved family.
Regards,
Jane Gerardo Abaya
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
I am very sorry to hear of this sudden death! I send my deepest condolences to Senthil's family and friends. He was a very kind and supportive colleague.
Jenny

Regards,
IAEA Agostini


Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
May your soul rest in peace, dear Senthil! My heartfelt condolences to the family!

Regards,
Brikena Keco Ukelli

Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
May god gives full strength to his family. RIP.
Regards,
Sai Velampalli
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
Rest in Peace, dear Senthil.
regards,
Bernard Bau

Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
Dear Senthil,
You will definitely be missed but you are now in a better place. May your soul rest in peace.
Condolences to your family.
Regards,
Chungki Tseng


Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
So much to say but no words. Will miss you my dear friend. May God bless the Soul Rest in Peace.
Regards,
Rohit Wadhwa
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
May he rest in peace, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Regards,
SALEEM BEIG
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
Hard to say anything meaningful, but after having shared only a brief period of working time, mostly through the network or in the corridors, meeting up with Senthil at any place and time after his assignment with us, even to just say "hi", was always a happy moment. I will miss his always genuinely positive and gentle looks and behavior that encouraged me to remain centered in my work, knowing that he would be doing the best job at his end in our connected world. I trust he will continue to inspire us somehow. My condolences to his family. Rest in peace.
Regards,
Jose Garcia Sainz

Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
It is so sad to lose such a kind and wise friend and colleague. His bright mind, his tolerance and wisdom, his humbleness and sense of humor will always be in our hearts and memories. Heartfelt condolences to his wise and son, and to his family.
Regards,
Nathalie Colinet
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
With my deepest sympathy
Regards,
Gopi Sharma
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
With my deepest sympathy!
Regards,
Mathias Schaetz
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
A very sadly missed colleague and friend… Sincerely, my deepest condolences to Senthil’s family.
Regards,
JC Stewart
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
You will be missed forever and always. The beautiful moments you shared with us will always speak of the great person that you were. RIP!

Regards,
Shridhar Kurhade
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
May the departed soul rest in peace. May God give enough strength to the family.
Regards,
Sunita Sahu
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
My deepest sympathies to Senthil’s family.
Regards,
Marc Chatterton
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
Sincere condolences.
-Dobie
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
May his soul rest in peace.
Regards,
Nitin Sharma
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
My deepest condolences and prayers.
Regards,
Joji
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
Dear Ms Samundeeswari Selvaraj and Vetri, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Please accept my most sincere condolences. Best regards, Cristina

Regards,
Cristina Vilaplana
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
"I am truly sorry for his loss. I would like to offer my deepest and most sincere condolences and may the soul of Senthil rest in peace. I only spoke to him a few times but he was kind each time.

Stay strong and surround yourself with your loved ones."
Regards,
Alejandro Cantu

Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
"I am truly sorry for his loss. I would like to offer my deepest and most sincere condolences and may the soul of Senthil rest in peace. I only spoke to him a few times but he was kind each time.

Stay strong and surround yourself with your loved ones."
Regards,
Alejandro Cantu

Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
Sad to note the untimely and unfortunate demise of Senthil. Such a nice colleague to work with
Regards,
Ramakrishna Rebbapragada

Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
My Heartfelt Condolences, May god give strength to all his loved ones in this difficult time.....RIP Senthil sir
Regards,
Nikhil Udupi
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
My thoughts and prayers are with his family. 
Thanks for initiating and coordinating this.
Regards,
Jessi Dai.
Posted by Vinoth Kumar on March 16, 2021
SENTHIL, Uncle and I bid you farewell from this Benelavent and precious life of yours which you have given to benefit so many needy families and taking a forward journey to make more HAPPY.
You have our blessings and
GOD’s GRACE WHEREVER YOU GO. We all will be together always as a Family in this UNIVERSE.

- Vasantha Bedi
Posted by Karina Holecek on March 15, 2021
“Death is not extinguishing the light; it is only putting out the lamp because the dawns has come” – Rabindranath Tagore

Dear Senthil,
You will be always remembered as a gentle and kind soul.
Your professionalism and collaboration spirit, as well as your soft smile will remain in the memory of many of your TC colleagues.
May your soul rest in peace.
May your family be blessed with the strength and courage to face these difficult times.
My deep condolences to the family.

Posted by Anitha Sharma on March 15, 2021
Hi, I came to know about your sudden demise via one of the social group (Voice-Parents) in whatsapp. I am truly amazed to see the tributes pouring in.

Though I haven't had the opportunity to meet you, I could see that you really have made a difference in people's lives to a great extent. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Baskar Lingam Ramachandra... on March 13, 2021
Hi thala - I just could not believe and accept that you are no more physically on this earth.

We were not meeting on a daily basis, but our bonding was so strong that you are a part of me.

Mulling over the below with heavy heart as I write this post on my way back from Vienna, after your prayer meet.

In your prayer meet when I saw your for last time my heart pounded hard seeing you speechless.
———————-
After I came Vienna in 2015 I got introduced to you through Muthu.

From then on I remember only happy positive blissful moments with you.

You were truly a down-to-earth person. I will carry forever our memories.

Such lovely moments we had...

Our last meeting was when I came Vienna 1.5 years before to stay with you for 2 days. The delicious dinner we prepared for us (keto). Then we had a lovely hike in Vienna with Audhut. The long Happy walk from Muthu’s home till VIC.

Before that you came to Munich with Audhut. We had a nice day out and hiking at Neuschwanstein Castle. Our dinner at BierGarten near Munich FlixBus station.

You insisted me to stay fit all the times. You took me to Runners point in DonauZentrum and we bought a superb running shoe. Every time I use that shoe i can see our happy moments. We jogged and cycled in DonauInsel.

Our football playing with Muthu

The time when you shouted (the only time I remember you shouting) when I was in the shore of DonauInsel, not to go deep.

Your visit to our home on my birthday. I remember you hesitating a lot. But I managed to force you to coming

You always insisted me to attend IAEA interviews. The last interview I attended only because you wanted me to do so.

Our happy coffee times inside IAEA at many places. You were always a person whom I could contact anytime without any advance notice. Our technical discussions during those coffee times.

I once arranged a cab in Coimbatore for you and family for site seeing.

The day we went to Schwedenplatz and watched Argentina vs Croatia World Cup match. We were sitting with Arg supporters. We stamped Arg in our hand.

When the audio of the movie Thaana Serntha Koottam was released you put that video song of Surya in YouTube and we were laughing when Surya says “thurathi thurathi uthaikkae thonuthu” in the song.

Your insisted me to go keto or (double the vegetables and halve the rice).

Fantastic memories.

Your ever smiling enlightened face...

I have seen you as my friend, guru, mentor, life coach, family member, well-wisher. Many times I thought of “I should have stayed more in Vienna so I could be with you more”.

You have said, during our talks with Muthu, the purpose of life is to live. And you lived so.

I will remember you as a person who cheerfully lived every moment. You will continue living in all our hearts.

Very sad that we cannot meet personally anymore. Very happy that you lived the right way till your last moment.

After my mom, father, now you have also gone to the eternal.

I can understand how painful this is now for your family as well.

I pray GOD to give them the enough strength to go through this tough phase.

Life is strange :-(
Posted by Johnson Vazhalanickal on March 12, 2021
My heart felt condolences and prayers to your family. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Maria Elena Barrionuevo C... on March 12, 2021
My deepest condolences to Senthil's family and friends. We have lost a great professional and a great friend. Your smile and willingness to help will always remain in our memories. Rest in peace Senthil!
Posted by Peter Teuschl on March 12, 2021
Dear Senthil and Family,
I can't believe what I have read,
Senthil, our friend is death.
The shock is deep, the sorrow too,
but we are human, what can we do?
I am proud I was your friend,
but also friendship never ends!
So bless you God and rest in peace,
we have to accept, sometime life is like this.
Posted by Sergio Pines on March 12, 2021
I heard the right words to say, in my heart, the other night as I thought about you, but now that I sit down to write them, they will not speak. I could comment on your proficiency as a professional, as a colleague, but what is that all, if for your true proficiency was in things that are least valued on the surface, but most deeply felt when they are gone: patience, friendship, respect, fairness, an unusual depth coupled with cheerful lightness, and a generous apetite for life, laughter, and good company. It is such a great sadness that you left much too soon.
Posted by Shahid Kazi on March 12, 2021
Happy, cheerful and helpful... That smile and laugh still with us... Such a beautiful soul lost. You went too soon brother and you will be deeply missed. Rest in peace and keep smiling from up above...
Posted by Pankaj Singh on March 12, 2021
Senthil was a great friend. We had good memorable times together. He has created a great impression for him and I always remember him with high regards. Its unfortunate to loose him so early in life. May his soul rest in peace
Posted by Kaseza Lukumbuzya on March 11, 2021
Our dear friend Senthil,
This came as a shock that you left this world way too early!
You were not just a colleague, you were a troubleshooter, a humourist, a philosopher, a healer and a very kind-hearted human being. You never left our midst without making sure we were thinking deep and laughing hard, feeling good. You were our very own "scrum master", not just simply “fixing” our IT systems and applications, but more so, doing a superb job at putting our minds at ease and emboldened us. And even when the work seemed to be overwhelming, you took a Sisyphus attitude and owned the rock with a smile, and earning our respect.
Thank you, thank you, thank you, and may God rest your soul in eternal peace.
Our deepest and heartfelt condolences to your family
Missing you silly,
Jeannie, Joan, Slavka and Kaseza
Posted by May Wong on March 11, 2021
How come you are leaving so soon and so fast... Why???. Thank you being my dear friend with your support and help in many ways. I really miss you a lot and want to tell you my life story. May God be with you and your soul rest in peace.

My heartfelt condolences to you the family. May God bless you all to go through such difficult time.
May and family
Posted by Mahesh Anjani on March 11, 2021
Dear Senthil,
It is really hard to believe that you left us too early. You are one of the most amazing person I ever know. I never saw you in dull mood ever. You always bring smile to everyone around you. You always had solution of all issues one faces and sometimes rather funny one. We will really miss you and the time we spent with you brother. Heartfelt Condolences to the family. Om Shanti...
Posted by Kjell Sundin on March 11, 2021
Dear Senthil,

I was very sad and shocked to hear that you had left us. You will be missed by so many. My deepest sympathy to your family in this very difficult time.
Posted by Ying Wu on March 10, 2021
It's way too early and sad to say goodbye in this way. You and your smile are in my mind all the time these days, can't help thinking of you, all the fond memories. You have been a great colleague and friend. Your wisdom, generosity, humbleness, good heart, and all, make you a great person. I like you saying "Relax" slowly with a big and calm smile on your face when things didn't go as planned at work. I wish I could have met you more often after you left our working unit, I wish I could have chatted with you more. Still can't believe what happened is true. You will be truly missed, dear Senthil. Rest in peace. Ying
Posted by shridhar kurhade on March 10, 2021
You will be missed forever and always. The beautiful moments you shared with us will always speak of the great person that you were. May your soul rest in peace.
My deepest condolences to the entire family. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all.
Posted by Selvi Anand on March 10, 2021
Have known Senthil as a naughty and energetic child and a man of few words with a subtle sense of humor. It feels so unreal that he has gone in these difficult to comprehend circumstances. But his pictures show that he had been so happy and enjoyed life with his friends . The consolation is that he continues to live in the place he loved so much.
Posted by Prem Parikh on March 9, 2021
I thought the longer I wait the easier it would be to accept that you're gone - I was so wrong!
Viewing through the photo gallery, I couldn't spot one moment where you were sad nor can I remember a time when you were upset about anything - you were always the calm person in the group - so aptly called "Samay"! You were always there, mostly in the background, advising, supporting, mentoring and it's clear to see how many lives you've touched!
I can't believe you're gone - though we didn't have much interactions in the last few months, we've know each other for a long time now!
I remember all the good times we've shared, be it chilling out at the bar, diwali parties, christmas trips around Austria or being with families at Oberlaa park.
I'll miss your smile and those one-liner witty comments that would instantly put a smile on anyone's face.
My heartfelt condolences to your family and loved ones. Gone too soon but never forgotten. Rest in peace Senthil sir!
Posted by Asim Dadan on March 9, 2021
I concur and relate to each of the tributes written on this page, yet I don't know what to write and where to start.
Your words of wisdom and maturity never made me realized that you were so young, this is a terrible way to find out.
The most composed and relaxed guy I had ever know, the one who has solution to every situation, the one who was our conflict resolver and calming us down with the words "aare kuch nahi hota hai"
You wittiness with less yet humorous words always kept the group laughing.
You left a big gap in our life, where will we find another Senthil?

Although I still have a very heavy heart and still can't come to terms with this reality, I would want to celebrate the life you lived and remember the moments we spent together, the late night at UNO bar or the family outings or just going around the city for no reason or pulling the fire alarm of the Tram....ohh man so many memories to cherish.

As you were nicknamed Samay (time), we will meet you at the end of time, Until then Rest in Peace my friend.

-Shaheen, Yusra, Aisha & Asim
Posted by Jagan Selvaraj on March 9, 2021
Mama,
It's shocking, painful not able to accept the fact. I am deeply saddened of your loss. I pray for your soul to rest in peace. We are missing you.
Posted by Gulnaz Azimbayeva on March 9, 2021
Dear Senthil,

This is such a great loss for us, for your colleagues at the UNIDO, your dear friends and wonderful family. We are deeply shocked and extremely sad, you will be always missed. You were a great professional in your field, kind and caring friend, and dear colleague to us. Deepest condolences for you and your family.

Rest in peace dearest Senthil, we will miss you very much.
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Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 23, 2021
Rest in Peace brother! We will miss you!!
Regards,
Gurdeep Saluja.
Posted by Neicy Kannampadam on March 22, 2021
By Singaravelan Thyagarajan:

I still feel that your heart beat continues to be in vienna

Ever loving appa
Posted by Sandeepta Pradhan on March 18, 2021
May the god give his family, all the strength in this difficult time. Bahavpurna Shrandajanali!!

Regards,
Naresh W
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What Senthil wants us to do - Don't Worry Be Happy

Shared by Bidan Zhu on March 6, 2021

You will be missed!

Shared by shoeb sayyed on March 5, 2021
I still remember working next to you. It was great learning experience from you. You would always give great advices. You will be missed Senthil!.I still can't believe this. I wish this is untrue. May your soul rest in peace :(.