अच्छेद्योऽयमदाह्योऽयमक्लेद्योऽशोष्य एव च |
नित्य: सर्वगत: स्थाणुरचलोऽयं सनातन: ||

The soul is unbreakable and insoluble, and can be neither burned nor dried. He is everlasting, all-pervading, unchangeable, immovable and eternally the same.

Bhagvad Gita|| 2.24||

YASH JAGDHARI

~ A Beautiful Passage of Life ~

29 Oct, 1968 - 18 Jan, 2021

Yash landed in this world on the bright morning of 29th October 1968 to enliven and beautify so many lives including mine.

His energy always shined like a beacon of positivity and his persona exuded deep warmth. One can never forget his eyes dancing with mischief and the corners of his eye crinkling up when he laughed, which he did often.

His witty one-liners were sure to crack up the ones who knew him well and fox the new entrants whom he loved to baffle. He was the perfect gentleman. Ever graceful and thoughtful of others, he had the rare ability to see the other side of the coin very well. His capacity to always see the silver lining in every situation, effervescent sprit and his never say never attitude is stuff legends are made of. He often used to say his attitude towards life was inspired by his blood group (B+) BE POSITIVE.

He was a foodie to core. He always maintained you never really travelled well until you savored every food specialty there was to try in that destination. In his own words, he lived to eat and relishing good food was akin to attaining nirvana.

He always knew what he wanted from life and chased it with enviable focus and conviction. That’s how he found me, his soulmate. He loved to recall that moment when he saw me across the room and asked Ally, “who is that girl in yellow?” When Ally asked him why he responded “she is my soulmate and I am going to marry her!” Ally laughed and said boy you don’t even know her name to which he responded “that’s the only thing I don’t know about her.“

He loved his “band of brothers” as he called them, his brothers-in-law, Manu and Shailesh, deeply. He was extremely close to his elder sister, Vanita didi. They were each other’s rocks. His special relationship with Deepu, his sis-in-law was remarkable. Zaina was his little princess, his special slice of heaven as he called her. She changed his life forever, made him stop and smell the flowers so to say. Aryaman was his pride and joy, someone he confessed he learnt from too. He was his son, his buddy and his confidant. Yash was Yaaron da Yaar, Laale de Jaan, Burfi, Jaanu and Methai Lal and much more to his buddies. He always found love and joy in his deep connect with his huge list of friends.

He had and has and will always have, so much love to give that it cannot be espoused in a life time.

A very dear friend wrote this for me the night Yashu told me, “Till we meet again………

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Kavi wrote on May 21, 2021 at 12:11 pm:
Earliest memories of Yash goes back to early 90s when I was still studying and Yash was working at ICI at Chandigarh. We had some lovely party time at his office cum residence. He was always very gracious host and would welcome friends at any time of the day or night. We were neighbors many years later at Espace Nirvana and the parties continued. I was fortunate to work with Yash as Business partners during his Aegon Insurance stint. Though, I had known Yash for so many years but it was really good to see his professional side as well. Like otherwise, Yash was graceful and fair in his professional dealings as well. Handled all the pressure situations with elan, ease and smile on his face. Had a very calming effect on a very volatile business and relations!!! We traveled a lot together in those days for work and have some really wonderful memories of them. Yash enjoyed his drinks but knew very well how to handle them. Thus, very rarely did one see him drunk. I remember one event very vividly when we were traveling to Macau together and staying at The Venition. We were celebrating our Big success in business together with our teams and we got into this drinking session in one of the rooms and we got out after marathon 36hrs session of fun, chatting, singing and partying. OMG!!! I can never ever forget that time. As Anu says that Yash was truly 'Yaaron ka Yaar' and we are going to sorely miss him at one level while he will always be with us at another level. Miss you Bro!!!
Earliest memories of Yash goes back to early 90s when I was still studying and Yash was working at ICI at Chandigarh. We had some lovely party time at his office cum residence. He was always very gracious host and would welcome friends at any time of the day or night. We were neighbors many years later at Espace Nirvana and the parties continued. I was fortunate to work with Yash as Business partners during his Aegon Insurance stint. Though, I had known Yash for so many years but it was really good to see his professional side as well. Like otherwise, Yash was graceful and fair in his professional dealings as well. Handled all the pressure situations with elan, ease and smile on his face. Had a very calming effect on a very volatile business and relations!!! We traveled a lot together in those days for work and have some really wonderful memories of them. Yash enjoyed his drinks but knew very well how to handle them. Thus, very rarely did one see him drunk. I remember one event very vividly when we were traveling to Macau together and staying at The Venition. We were celebrating our Big success in business together with our teams and we got into this drinking session in one of the rooms and we got out after marathon 36hrs session of fun, chatting, singing and partying. OMG!!! I can never ever forget that time. As Anu says that Yash was truly 'Yaaron ka Yaar' and we are going to sorely miss him at one level while he will always be with us at another level. Miss you Bro!!!
Abhishek wrote on May 15, 2021 at 8:00 am:
हे प्रभु दिवंगत आत्मा को शांति प्रदान करना। अपने चरणों में स्थान देना । ॐ शांति शांति ॐ।
हे प्रभु दिवंगत आत्मा को शांति प्रदान करना। अपने चरणों में स्थान देना । ॐ शांति शांति ॐ।
Neeraj wrote on March 29, 2021 at 3:45 am:
Yash bhai, It was on that first Holi that we really got to know you, when you were living in Sector 36, in that house which had a little swimming pool inside. I vividly remember that day in Kodak Colour, the infectious fun and joy when I met for the first time. Your face is always like the Doppler Radar, which scans mischief every other scan, God! brother I still wonder how you could be so genial all the time, as though untouched by pain and suffering of this world. Guess it was the baby inside you that kept you so wonderfully ignorant of the ways of the world. The greatest weapon that was ever created, you were so well armed with it…the simple sweet smile…so very disarming. Bhai, i really never got much time to spend with you, but I marvel you for who you are, the person who took really good care of my sister…that's what I respect you most for. I miss you, Happy Holi Bhai!
Yash bhai, It was on that first Holi that we really got to know you, when you were living in Sector 36, in that house which had a little swimming pool inside. I vividly remember that day in Kodak Colour, the infectious fun and joy when I met for the first time. Your face is always like the Doppler Radar, which scans mischief every other scan, God! brother I still wonder how you could be so genial all the time, as though untouched by pain and suffering of this world. Guess it was the baby inside you that kept you so wonderfully ignorant of the ways of the world. The greatest weapon that was ever created, you were so well armed with it…the simple sweet smile…so very disarming. Bhai, i really never got much time to spend with you, but I marvel you for who you are, the person who took really good care of my sister…that's what I respect you most for. I miss you, Happy Holi Bhai!
Cherry Jain wrote on February 26, 2021 at 3:37 pm:
We never knew Yash that well…but always remember him with a calm and smiling face…Always smiling….and so gentle. May he be happy wherever he is and love to the entire family.♥️
We never knew Yash that well…but always remember him with a calm and smiling face…Always smiling….and so gentle. May he be happy wherever he is and love to the entire family.♥️
Sunny Jindal wrote on February 12, 2021 at 6:45 am:
Yash bhaiya …whenever I think of you I have a big smile on my face.The calmness and composure on your face was very soothing.Seldom one comes across people like you in life. You were so positive and radiant ,someone who was ever smiling, composed, compassionate and a genuine human being.You were a man with stunning looks and a thorough gentleman at heart. I still cannot believe that you are not amongst us anymore but your very fond memories will always remain with me forever.My love and prayers go out for Anu Didi,Aryaman and Zyna .God bless you and the entire family.
Yash bhaiya …whenever I think of you I have a big smile on my face.The calmness and composure on your face was very soothing.Seldom one comes across people like you in life. You were so positive and radiant ,someone who was ever smiling, composed, compassionate and a genuine human being.You were a man with stunning looks and a thorough gentleman at heart. I still cannot believe that you are not amongst us anymore but your very fond memories will always remain with me forever.My love and prayers go out for Anu Didi,Aryaman and Zyna .God bless you and the entire family.
Anant Sakunde wrote on February 11, 2021 at 3:28 am:
It's been many years since we met. I would like to say two words for you. We have stored your memory in our hearts, because you were a person of pure heart. We will always remember your smile. May God give peace to your soul.
It's been many years since we met. I would like to say two words for you. We have stored your memory in our hearts, because you were a person of pure heart. We will always remember your smile. May God give peace to your soul.
Shimshon wrote on February 5, 2021 at 3:17 am:
They say that earth cannot have all the good people and heaven also needs it's share of few. Why couldn't heaven wait longer?. Yash was one of the most genuine personalities I have never come across in my lifetime. The confidence he showed in me during my final interview 18 yrs back was one of the reasons for me getting into insurance business. His smile and calm demeanor would ease the worst of stress at work as we could get over any challenges. A sharp strategist with an eye on anticipating what lies ahead, much before anyone could think of. Jay Shree Ganesh was a campaign in one of our ex organizations, which he launched so passionately that the success of that campaign could have made the hardest of Atheist to Theists. Was amazed to know how much he loves food, during one of our overseas trips, when he explained to us the finest of details which goes into making one of his favourites – Dutch Stroopwaffles. I am sure his happy soul will be with all of us, always, as we cherish all our memories of good and hard times spent together. Let's all celebrate his life with us, as he has embarked on a journey to spread happiness elsewhere.
They say that earth cannot have all the good people and heaven also needs it's share of few. Why couldn't heaven wait longer?. Yash was one of the most genuine personalities I have never come across in my lifetime. The confidence he showed in me during my final interview 18 yrs back was one of the reasons for me getting into insurance business. His smile and calm demeanor would ease the worst of stress at work as we could get over any challenges. A sharp strategist with an eye on anticipating what lies ahead, much before anyone could think of. Jay Shree Ganesh was a campaign in one of our ex organizations, which he launched so passionately that the success of that campaign could have made the hardest of Atheist to Theists. Was amazed to know how much he loves food, during one of our overseas trips, when he explained to us the finest of details which goes into making one of his favourites – Dutch Stroopwaffles. I am sure his happy soul will be with all of us, always, as we cherish all our memories of good and hard times spent together. Let's all celebrate his life with us, as he has embarked on a journey to spread happiness elsewhere.
Nimy Pandit wrote on February 4, 2021 at 1:31 pm:
Yash was always smiling and cheerful with full of positivity. We were privileged to have known him as our Ninja friend!! Remember one interaction with him where he shared a detailed insight of his work and business, that was so helpful! With blessings, love and prayers.
Yash was always smiling and cheerful with full of positivity. We were privileged to have known him as our Ninja friend!! Remember one interaction with him where he shared a detailed insight of his work and business, that was so helpful! With blessings, love and prayers.
Deepa wrote on February 4, 2021 at 6:20 am:
Whatever small interaction I had with Yash bhiya he seemed to be very placid & pleasant personality.A family person dedicated towards his kids Aryaman & Zaina and love & respect for Anu . Anu & Yash bhiya are inseparable. May god give him eternal peace. Om Shanti !
Whatever small interaction I had with Yash bhiya he seemed to be very placid & pleasant personality.A family person dedicated towards his kids Aryaman & Zaina and love & respect for Anu . Anu & Yash bhiya are inseparable. May god give him eternal peace. Om Shanti !
Sonia and Sameer wrote on February 4, 2021 at 4:35 am:
Remember you amicable and pleasing nature making every interaction so easy. You always had a smile on your face and a twinkle in your eye. We will always remember the warm conversations we had over Xmas cake at home a few years ago….. keep smiling down on all of us
Remember you amicable and pleasing nature making every interaction so easy. You always had a smile on your face and a twinkle in your eye. We will always remember the warm conversations we had over Xmas cake at home a few years ago….. keep smiling down on all of us