OBITUARY OF
PUSHPA D. KINI
She married Damodar Kini, the only son of late Sri Narasimha Kini in 1954. She
is originally from Gangolli town located on the Karnataka coast. She moved to
Mumbai after her marriage and lived with her husband Damodar in the Dadar
area of Mumbai since then.

Adyar Gopal Parivar pays respects to late Pushpa D. Kini herewith and condoles
her death. We feel that her demise is a great loss to us all. We convey our
condolences to her surviving husband Sri Damodar Kini who lives in the house
with his daughter Prameela and her family.
Pushya Bahula Dwaadashi*
*By the Hindu Calendar, the dates vary
with respect to the English Calendar.  
Death of Smt. Pushpa D. Kini occurred
on 12th January 2009, which is Pushya
Maasa Krishna Paksha Dwaadashi Thithi.
Pushpa gave birth to three daughters viz. Prameela, Kusuma, and Pratima.
Prameela married Jai Rewadkar and they have two children, both boys. Their names are
Amit and Ajit.
Kusuma married Pandurang Bhandarkar. They have two children, both boys. Their
names are Prashanth and Pramod.
Pratima married Rajesh Paroorkar. They have one boy by the name of Nishanth.
Letter in reply to the children of Pushpa D. Kini.
I got your mail inviting us to the 13th day ceremony of late Pushpa Vhaini.
I feel sad for Damodar Anna at this moment. He must be feeling terribly lonely.
When I was just 4-5 years old, I had come to Bombay with my mother (my mother
brought me with her to Bombay since I was too young to be left behind).
Only two of us.
My mother was fond of her mother's side people, and Narasimha Mam, for her, was also
a special person.
At that time he probably did not have a thick moustache. But he was quite big in size.
I remember the small one room cottage your great grandfather lived in. It was a house
cum shop.
The cottage was very close to the sea and there were no buildings between your
house-cum-shop and the sea.
Your father Damodar Anna was a boy older than me and
I do not remember having spoken to him then.
I do not remember having seen your grandmother since
my mother and I did not stay too long in your house.
But I always remember the words of my mother, who often said how important it is for her
to keep in touch with her uncles; one in Mudabidri was Venkatray Mam
and one in Bombay was Narasimha Mam.
Now all you people are descendants from Madhav and Parvathi and then
Narasimha Mam and Gulabi Mai.
The soul in us has passed from our ancestors to us and we will be passing it on to our
children.
Only the women are the transferrers of soul and not the men.
The rebirth theory destroyed the significance of women in Hinduism. Both men and
women are important but women are the funda of this world's continuity and perpetuity of
life.
Men simply die after enjoying their life in this world.
After the death of the parents, the children take up the responsibility of
running the world around them and become our reborn selves.
(from: Mohan Ajjo and Lalitha Ajji.)

(Opinions expressed in this letter are only of Mohan and not of Lalitha)
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Pushpa is a great source of inspiration
to all her daughters, sons-in-law,
grand-children and other relatives and
friends, even after her death. Pushpa
passed away after a brief illness in her
own house in Dadar, Mumbai on
Monday the 12th January 2009, at 9.30
p.m.  Pushpa's maiden name was
Bhadravathi.
Pushpa married Damodar Kini, the only
son of late Sri Narasimha Kini in 1954.
She is originally from Gangolli town
located on the Karnataka coast.
The group photo you see was taken at the wedding of Amit Rewadkar and Shweta
on 8th November 2009 at Mumbai. Apart from Amit and Shweta there are all the three
daughters of Damodar Kini and their husbands as well as the grandchildren
Prashanth, Nishanth, Ajit and Pramod
Amit Rewadkar married
Shweta on 8th
November 2009 in
Mumbai.
Pramila and Jai Govind
Pandurang Bhandarkar and
Kusuma
PRAMEELA WITH HER HUSBAND
JAI REWADKAR
Pratima married Rajesh Paroorkar
KUSUMA WITH HER TWO
CHILDREN: PRASHANTH
AND PRAMOD
Ajit and Priti on wedding day
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