ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of T. N. Rajasimham, 85 years old, born on July 2, 1935, and passed away on May 26, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Ambuja Reddy on June 3, 2021
I am really sorry to hear that Mr.Rajasimham is no more.I got to know him thru my uncle ,ADVReddy and Sauda Aunty (my mother’s elder sister) on our tour of South India years and years ago during which he took charge and care of my son Rahul who was 4years old at that time and over the years became very fond of Rahul and used to keep in touch with him regularly and advise him on WhatsApp/Facebook.He was one of the few most honest and principled persons it has been my privilege to know in this age of corruption and dishonesty at every level.I feel sad that such a good person was snatched away so suddenly from our midst.May his soul rest in peace .
Posted by Sangita Punjabi on June 2, 2021
 I know for sure his daughter loves him n will miss him forever 

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Posted by Ambuja Reddy on June 3, 2021
I am really sorry to hear that Mr.Rajasimham is no more.I got to know him thru my uncle ,ADVReddy and Sauda Aunty (my mother’s elder sister) on our tour of South India years and years ago during which he took charge and care of my son Rahul who was 4years old at that time and over the years became very fond of Rahul and used to keep in touch with him regularly and advise him on WhatsApp/Facebook.He was one of the few most honest and principled persons it has been my privilege to know in this age of corruption and dishonesty at every level.I feel sad that such a good person was snatched away so suddenly from our midst.May his soul rest in peace .
Posted by Sangita Punjabi on June 2, 2021
 I know for sure his daughter loves him n will miss him forever 
his Life

Birth and Ancestry

July 2nd, 1935: T. N. Rajasimham was born as the first surviving son (elder brother died at 4-5 years of age due to congenital ailments) of Mr. T. K. Narasimham Reddiar and Mrs. Bhanumathi Ammal, in Timiri.

Ancestry:
  • Varada Reddy [first known ancestor who was a Timiri resident - family investigation revealed folklore that family ran away from Nizam Andhra under duress by a Nizam courtier or Nawab]
    • Subba Reddy [one of five sons] - involved in various successful farming and other trades that led to the purchase and building of the Patha Illu (Old House)
      • Jagadambhal Ammal married Devarajulu Reddy of Ayilam Reddy families
        1. A. D. V. Reddy
        2. Bhanumathi Ammal
      • Kupuswamy Reddy [only son]
        • T. K. Narsimham Reddiar married Bhanumathi Ammal
          1. First son deceased at age 4-5 years
          2. T. N. Rajasimham married Varanasi Suchetha [daughter of Varanasi Simham Reddy and Prabhavathi Amma of Piler, Andhra Pradesh] in May, 1975 at Thiruchanur [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiruchanur]
          3. Mrs. Rajalakshmi
          4. Mrs. Rajakumari
          5. Mrs. Indira
          6. Mrs. Sukanya
          7. Mrs. Prema
          8. Mr. T. N. Suresh

Residency and Academic/Work Timeline

Early years: Timiri, attended school on Varada Reddy Street with a teacher who taught at his residence.
1947-49: Attended school in Tiruthani while residing with relative - First and Second Form (6th and 7th standard)
1950-53: Moved in with his uncle A.D.V. Reddy's family and his sisters at their Triplicane residence and attended Kesari Matriculation.
1953-55: Attended Loyola College, Madras for pre-university certificate.
1956-59: Earned B.Sc. (Chemistry) degree from Presidency College, Madras.
1959-1963: Enrolled at Madras Institute of Technology, Chrompet, Madras and earned post-graduate D.M.I.T. (Instrumentation Engineering) degree.
1963-4: Internship at Bhilai Steel Plant, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhilai_Steel_Plant] alongside Russian international cooperation technical team.
1964: Joined Caltex Refinery in Madras
1966: Joined Dunlop India Limited's Ambattur Tire Factory as a Junior Engineer, while residing at Mehta Nagar residence.
1979: Moved residence to Toll gate
1980: Moved residence to Jayammal Street, Shenoy Nagar
1981: Dunlop international cooperation trip to Dunlop UK plant at Birmingham, England, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunlop_Tyres] and Goodyear Dunlop Tires plant in Buffalo, New York, USA besides stops in Copenhagen, Denmark, London, England and Washington D.C..
1992: retired from Dunlop India Limited.
1995-1998: Consulting with Adhi-Shakthi and Ceat Tyres Pune, while temporarily residing in a rental located behind Indira aunty's residence in Anna Nagar. Family located in Bangalore in Vasanth Nagar.
1998-2001: Shared residence between Timiri and Bangalore.
2001-2004: Located in Hyderabad.
2004 onwards: Resident of Timiri.
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