Manjula Rajalaksmi KRISHNAMURTHY

11 March , 194110 April , 2019

Manjula Rajalaksmi KRISHNAMURTHY was born on 11 March , 1941 and passed away on 10 April , 2019.


  • Visitation Friday, 12 April , 2019

Manjula Rajalaksmi KRISHNAMURTHY

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Javid Baig

20 April 2019

Dear Aunty,

You will be dearly missed. I remember meeting you exactly 33 years ago in Mulund. You were always very kind and loved to feed us.

Thank you for always being so selfless and giving. You should be proud for raising such wonderful children in Aruna, Ajit, Channu and Uma. We know you and Uncle will be forever looking over them. We will miss you Aunty.

Lots of Love and Kisses,
Zara, Yohan, Zayan, Milaine and Javid

Mary and Gopala Rao

19 April 2019

Avva was indeed an inspiration to all of us. She fought her illness bravely till the very end. But for her both of us would not have been part of the family. She was the backbone in kith and kin on both sides of her family. She will remain in our hearts always. Shes no more in pain. Shes in a better place now.

Clara Gupta

17 April 2019

Aawa, as Aunty was popularly known loved to celebrate with family and friends. My family and I have known her for over 30 years. I have seen her will to overcome every hurdle and come out a Victor. She has been an inspiration for us to keep trying and learn until the very end. Her biography has shown her to be an enterprising woman. Not only did she run a day care for little children, but in her later years in Toronto, she was instrumental in bringing older women together. She participated and engaged them in the art of crochet and knitting. E-Aawa travelled widely with and without her grandchildren, when many of her generation were afraid to explore without the help of their young children. Aawa, you will remain in our hearts for your kind deeds. Thank you for sharing your life with us!
Shibani, Subir& Clara

With Family

17 April 2019

Mom With Family

17 April 2019

Sankarshan Das

14 April 2019

May she be blessed with the supreme perfection, the awakening of pure love of God.

Balaji Gururajan

12 April 2019

Hi doddamma, take care of you and bless us all as always.
With love.

Suchitra Chowdhury

12 April 2019

I remember aunty as such an energetic person, full of enthusiasm and love. She was always interested in learning new things. She was full of life and an inspiration to us .

Preeth Srinivasan

12 April 2019

Avva was the one that stood by us when we got married in 1998. She was the pillar of the family and held us all strong through sickness, health and happiness. Always a positive outlook and I want to say I had the privilege of a wave and a smile, from her hospital bed, even as she was quietly working through what i can only image was incredibly difficult. They always say you measure someone through what they left behind and if they made it a better place for the rest of us. Avva touched more lives than you can imagine and is one of the main reasons her kids, grand kids and extended family are better off because of her directly.
Rest in peace Avva and we will forever honor your memory.

Sudha Mohan

12 April 2019

Will miss your vibrant and enthusiastic presence. So glad that Mohan and I could spend some time & interact with you last May that revived memories of Bhavna. Love you Maami. I am sure you'll be happy to join Maama and Ajit keep yourself cheerfully occupied wherever you are and bless your near and dear ones. Aruna, Channu and Uma can rest assured that you are in a happier and peaceful space.