In memory of Vishal, who we love dearly
  • 37 years old
  • Born on April 9, 1981 in United Kingdom.
  • Passed away on March 6, 2019 in United Kingdom.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Vishal Savadia 37 years old , born on April 9, 1981 and passed away on March 6, 2019. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Nikhil Shah on March 19, 2019
My cousin Vishal was different things to different people: husband, son, father, brother; but the one thing Vish was to everyone was their friend. To me you were my buddy, confidant and partner in crime.
We often used to sing a friendship song called Yeh Dosti with much exuberance and joyfulness which went:
“Yeh dosti, hum nahin todenge 
Todenge dam magar, tera saath na chodenge”
At the time I didn’t understand all the words but they mean:
“This friendship, we will not break
I may break, but I will not leave your side
People may see two of us, but we are not two
We eat together and drink together,
My victory is your victory,
Your pain is my pain,
That is how our love is”
And love is what we shared. 
When I saw you in hospital, I didn’t want to say goodbye, all I wanted to say to you was I love you and thank you. Thanks for standing by my side, for laughing with me, for eating, drinking, dancing and celebrating and everything else with me.
You made ordinary nights seem extraordinary just by your being there; sharing jokes, and dancing by my side. Every time, I couldn’t wait to see you.
You were one in a million, which means I must have won the friendship lottery to have had you.
I’ll never forget the courage you showed in the last 6 months. You didn’t once complain or ask why did this happen to you, but just focused on the fight at every step of the way. In fact, even in your last few days you were more worried about those you were leaving behind.
Now I can either just cry because you are gone, and the tears come easily. Or, I can smile because you were here…. thinking about the memories that we made.
They memories will forever be a part of our childhoods, our teenage years and our history. And I speak for a lot of people here:
- From Hurley BBQs as kids.
- To Zenith nights as teenagers.
- To the decade that came to be known as “Friday Club Decade”, when we and our closest friends would meet every Friday after work, and…. whether our friends came or not, me and you would always be there, because there was no other place we would rather be
These are just a few of the memories that come to mind, there are thousands more, and even more that will come to mind whenever your loved ones meet and remember you
My life was 1000 times better because of you, and my best times were always by your side.
Your memory, your laughter, you spirit, our love for you will live on in each of us and will not be lost or forgotten.
I just want to say thank you my friend.
Life wouldn’t have been half as much fun without you
Thank you.

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