In Box 2018

  • Name: arjan samtani

  • Subject: visiting mumbai

  • Message: dr chandroo loved yr article what ever you have mentioned is true. tc rgds

  • 19/December/2018

  • Name: Lavina D

  • Subject: Skinny is good

  • Message: Hi Krs Read your article and I am so proud of you for writing it Good that you opened up so at least others will be doing the same. Nothing to be ashamed about it. I think you look great darlin Loves Nani

  • 28/November/2018

  • Name: Charlotte

  • Subject: Visiting India

  • Message: Hi, Mr. Chandroo Always so enjoyable of reading yr articles! Yes, lost one beloved man is more than enough. Can imagine how hard to get through of losing five in 2 months. One uncle told me...life is a journey. Different periods of time have different persons to accompany me to walk through. Good matters make me laugh. Rough matters make me stronger. When I look back, I will smile again n say that is my life. U know, I am soooo soooo happy to seeing yr smile face this morning in the office. Ha..ha...pls eat more n don't let yr trousers slipping down..ha..ha.. Charlotte

  • 27/November/2018

  • Name: Kiran Khemlani

  • Subject: Skinny is not beautiful

  • Message: Well said Krsana so proud of you that you got your life in control. It is not easy to admit but glad you shared it so other girls or boys don’t go through this alone. 😍

  • 25/November/2018

  • Name: David

  • Subject: India

  • Message: Dear Chandroo,  I very much enjoyed your article.  Thank you for sharing. I have lost a very old friend from my youth in the last few days. 61 is not nearly old enough.  He did live to see three grandchildren coming into his life, and was loved by many.  He was a highly respected marine biologist, charged with looking after water quality for lakes and rivers in NZ.Your travels in India sounded like quite an adventure.  I hope they have whetted your apetite to return there in the not too distant future.  Best regards to you and Lavina.   David

  •  14/November/2018

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  • Name: Kari

  • Subject: India

  • Message: HELLO     THERE !       HOW   R     U  ?      AND   WHERE    R   U  .

  • I  DON’T     THINK    I    HAVE   MENTIONED   …….                    I    ALWAYS   ENJOY   READING     YOUR   ARTICLES   AND   IT   MAKES   ONE   REALISE HOW   ACCCURATE  U  R.   AND   NOW  YOUR  EXPERIENCE   WITH    INCREDIBLE  INDIA.  WELL    GUESS   THAT’S   LIFE   AND  WE  HAVE  OVER  A  BILLION  POINT   THREE   AMOUNT  OF     PEOPLE    LIVING  THERE……………AND  NOW   THE    TRANSGENDER  FAD  REALLY   GETTING POPULAR………..  WHAT   NEXT.  PLEASE   KEEP   ME   POSTED.     I   WOULD  LIKE  TO  CONTINUE   …….BUT   GOTTA   GO…….LETS MEET   ……IF  WE  R  NOT   CRISCROSSING……WHICH  WE  USUALLY   R.  IT   HAS   BEEN  A  SAD  MONTH…….COUPLE  MORE  SINDHIS   PASSED  AWAY  WITH IN   THE  LAST  TWO  DAYS.  ENJOY  YOUR  EVENING  WHERE  U  R………..MY  REGARDS  TO  YOUR   BETTER  HALF.   TILL   WE   SPEAK    AGAIN…………HAPPY  DIWALI

  • 13/November/2018

  • Name: Kiran Khemlani

  • Subject: Mumbai pune

  • Message: Great article

  • 11/November 2018

  • Name: Prem

  • Subject: Mumbai

  • Message: My dear Uncle Chandroo n Aunty Lavina My sincerest condolences to the both of you .. esp on the demise of yr mil n mum respectively. Ironically my Wife is off to Mumbai n Pune on Tuesday for a nieces wedding. Yr picturesque description of both Pune n Mumbai are so very accurate ... With our warm regards n deepest sympathies Prem n Naina

  • 11/November 2018

  • Name: Cecil Wagstaff

  • Subject: India

  • Message: Dear Chandroo & Lavina Please accept our condolences on your bereavements. May those who Passed Away, Rest in Peace.

  • 11/November 2018

  • Name: Naresh A

  • Subject: M.I.L.

  • Message: Very beautifully expressed

  • 26/September/2018

  • Name: Chinku

  • Subject: Skinny Does Not Mean Beautiful

  • Message: Thank you for your raw honesty in sharing. It's refreshing for the reader, and I suppose cathartic for your own self. Take heart! Being open may just help another. Bravo!

  • 1/August/2018

  • Name: Shanu

  • Subject: Skinny does not mean beautiful

  • Message: Dearest krsana, You are a beautiful and courageous girl . So proud of you. I have experienced an eating disorder.Over eating is a disorder too. You have conquered your weaknesses and that is a great achievement! Way to go girl ! Stay strong , stay beautiful! ❤️❤️

  • 31/July/2018

  • Name: richard schneider

  • Subject: skinny is beautiful

  • Message: Perfect article and very important to share this message. I dealt with this first hand with a family member and not easy to get them to understand skinny is not beautiful. Thanks Chandroo

  • 30/July/2018

  • Name: Liz Lekransy

  • Subject: Skinny does not mean beautiful

  • Message: Dear Chandroo...I am very happy ...skinny is out...I don’t do any dieët anymore!! have a fine weekend 😘😘😘

  • 28/July/2018

  • Name: Prem Khiatani

  • Subject: unconditional love

  • Message: Well written Grandpa Chandroo M very sure yr grandkids have you in their minds from time to time and would pick you up in a jiffy if you really did fall... It's as they say the circle of life... have a good may day holiday...

  • 1/May/2018

  • Name: Lavina

  • Subject: unconditional love

  • Message: Wonderful article very beautifully expressed, loved it ,so very true.

  • 29/April/2018

  • Name: Marianne

  • Subject: unconditional love

  • Hi Chandroo,
    Thank you for sharing another beautiful article... bitter-sweet feelings about the young ones! I also miss the times when my children were so cute and cuddly!! But they are still the same persons inside and I am sure they are thankful and respectful for all the love and attention they have received. It will strike them even more when then will become parents themselves.
    Hope to see you soon!
    Best, Marianne 

  • 25/April/2018

  • Name: Al Robles

  • Subject: unconditional love

  • Message: Hi Chandroo, Very nice, I forwarded this to my daughter that is madly in love with our new arrival ( her first granddaughter) and my first great grand child, all so true. Al

  • 23/April/2018

  • Name: Deborah Roknipour

  • Subject: Unconditional Love article

  • Message: Hi Chandroo. I absolutely loved this article that your wrote. I just became a grandmother and my mom & dad(Al & Mary Robles) just became great grandparents. Your article hit very close to home for my parents and is giving me wisdom as to how to enjoy my grandchildren while they are young and adoring of their grandparents. I'm sure your grandchildren would pick you up if you were to fall. Thanks for sharing.

  • 23/April/2018

  • Name: Rod Smith

  • Subject: unconditional love

  • I feel you Chandroo, a few tears shed on that one mate

  • 23/April/2018

  • Name: Kai D

  • Subject: unconditional love

  • thx grandpa, it was a beautiful article

  • 23/April/2018

  • Name: Bhagwan Chugani

  • Subject: Unconditional Love

  • Message: Sir CD, Once Again, a beautifully written article, Bravo! The way i see it today, we as parents / grand parents need to be flexible and bendable to our kids/grandkids as it's their time now. Some of DadaS teachings are, Live for Others, To be Happy make others happy. I wouldn't mind making adjustments to my timings just to meet my child, afterall it's not an every day issue and neither a life long one, so WTF! Life on this planet is momentarily so let's not lose any chance we get and have the regret later on... Looking forward to you're next one! Till then cheers to GnT and a good LiFE. Loves BD

  • Name: Harry Taw

  • Subject: unconditional love

  • Hi Chandroo,  A very well written piece, so true. Hope you're keeping well.  Best Regards,

  • 22/April/2018

  • Name: Heeru D

  • Subject: unconditional love

  • That's so true... That's how it happened with our own children... Simply said by the wise: That's life 😔

  • 22/April/2018

  • Name: Naveer A

  • Subject: unconditional love

  • 22/April/2018

  • Name: Kari Sujanani

  • DEAR CHANDROO,  I  ALWAYS    ENJOY    READING    YOUR     ARTICLES     AND    MANY   A   TIMES    WANNA LET   YOU    KNOW ...... BUT    SOME   HOW   NEVER   GET    THE   CHANCE    TO   FORWARD  YOU   THE    SCRIPT   ........THIS   TIME    HOW  EVER   IT  WAS   A   MASTERPIECE   AND   IT   HIT   THE   SPOT   ESPECIALLY WHEN   I  WAS   IN   A   GLOOMY   MOOD.  YOUR    75TH   AND   U   R   WISER    I   FULLY   AGREE   WITH   U    AND   EVERY   PROB;LEM HAS   A   SOLUTION. NOW   I   HAVE   SOMEHOW    LOST   THAT   ARTICLE   .......I   WOULD    B    VERY  THANKFUL IF   YOU    RE SEND   THE    SAME   TO   ME. WARM   REGARDS........KARI. K.  SUJANANI  

  • 21/April/2018

  • Name: Ramesh Ramchand

  • Well done!

  • 18/April/2018

  • Name: David

  • I did enjoy your piece.  Inspirational.  I will enjoy congratulating you on your 80th and 85th!  All the best to you and your family!

  • 3/April/2017

  • Name: Kaman

  • Subject: older but wiser

  • Message: In my eyes, you're the most successful man on the planet, you're the most successful Boss, you're the most successful husband, you're the most successful father, you're the most successful grandfather...... Thank you, Boss. You taught me a lot. Happy Birthday for 75'

  • 3/April/2018

  • Name: Bhagwan Chugani

  • Subject: Old Wise N Sexy

  • Message: God Bless You, CD. You write very well. I'm impressed & envious!

  • 3/April/2018

  • Name: Nargis Kelley

  • Subject: Older but Wiser

  • Message: As I read my friend Chandroo's article I have come to realize that we are indeed "a limited edition"....I turned 74 in February and just like Chandroo, I have also experienced a few upheavals in life but have also come to realize that I need to appreciate each day as it comes, enjoy the miracle of nature, laugh at silly jokes and most importantly, be able to speak one's mind. Chandroo, may God continue to bless you in every way and before we get too "old" let's plan to meet up again sometime soon.

  • 3/April/2018​

  • Name: Rod

  • Subject: 75

  • Message: Another gem from my mate Chandroo. Being 2 years younger I can relate to what you say . You are blessed Chandroo!

  • 3/April/2018

  • Name: Sunny

  • Subject: 75

  • Very nice and touching…. I am learning a lot from you! Have a great day.

  • 3/April/2018

  • Name: Charlotte

  • Subject: 75 

  • Good topic…Older but Wiser :D

  • 3/April/2018

  • Name: Adele Leung

  • Subject: Older but wiser

  • Message: I love your openness and honesty Chandroo and the joy I feel inside of you, it is very precious

  • 3/April/2018

  • Name: Chandru

  • Subject: Older but wiser

  • True Keep going Bro 👍🥂

  • 3/April/2018

  • Name: Al Robles

  • Subject: older but wiser

  • Message: Hi Chandroo ( Kid), I'm ahead of you in age, but I don't believe it, so I jump around and I run every day ( with a cane ha ha), no I'm fine and your only as old as you feel so don't sit to long and you wont have to get up as often ! Your childhood was similar to mine except we had cement to play on and most of my time I worked and since I was 9 years old, nor 78 soon, and still working by choice, don't sit down ! I too have lost friends and parents at earlier ages Dad 32, and mom 78 . But Now We start with a great Granddaughter that will make me young again think of how lucky we are that we are enjoying all the good things God gave us, our children and Grand children and now our great grand children. Don't think of ever leaving if your feeling good. Your Friend for ever Al, Mary, Family.

  • 3/April/2018

  • ​​Name: Fredrik

  • Subject: Partition

  • Thank you for sharing.  Very touching and inspiring.

  • 16/ January/2018

  • Name: Shanu

  • Subject: Partition

  • Message: Dear uncle, I always enjoy your articles . You write particularly well making it a good read . Especially the ones about the family. In my mind I try to visualize the scenes. Imagining granny and also recollecting a few stories she told us about her days in Pakistan . She also told us they lived in a palatial home . She had velvet slippers placed below feet before they touched the ground . It was a grand life . They were deeply saddened to leave all the valuables and big home to leave suddenly. A big loss for them all . 💕😊

  • 15/January/2018

  • Name: Adele Leung

  • ​Subject: Partition

  • Message: Very beautiful to read this Chandroo, a very real and lived experience.​

  • 14/January/2018

  • Name: Rod
  • ​Subject: Escape to Rangoon

  • Message: Thank you to you and your grandson for an enlightening story of actual event in your life .loved reading it . Rod​

  •  14/January/2018

  • Name: Prem

  • Subject: Partition

  • Message: Was a nice article Wish i had asked my late dad and mom of their experience of leavin Sindh... M thankful to yr grandson for having the foresight to ask u to relate yr experience😊

  • 14/January/2018

  • Name: Hilda

  • Subject: Partition

  • Dear Chandroo, That was so interesting.  If your grandson hadn't asked you about the Partition we would never have heard your side of the story. Thanks for that. Love, Hilda

  • 14/January/2018

  • Name: chandru

  • Subject: partition

  • Message: most of our parents had to go thru the same ordeal , it is very sad but we all came thru good GOD BLESS

  • 14/January/2018

  • Name: Vinod

  • Subject:  Partition

  • Message: Great to hear of these touching stories of survival...we are all so fortunate that our families worked so hard from scratch to still give us so much after such tribulations.

  • 14/January/2018

  • Name: Naresh Asnani

  • Subject: Partition

  • What a wonderful article.  Makes us understand the personal aspects of the move

  • 14/January/2018

  • Name: Sue

  • Subject: Partition

  • Hi Chandroo, Just wanted to say I loved your story of the partition. I think you ought to write a book.  All the Best, Sue

  • 14/January/2018

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