Seshendra Sharma ✵ 1927-2007

Name at birth: Seshendra Sharma
Date of birth: October 20, 1927
Place of birth: Nagarazupadu Village
Date of death: May 30, 2007
Place of death: Hyderabad, India
Resting place: Hyderabad
Submitted by: Saatyaki S/o Seshendra Sharma

Visionary Poet of the Millennium
An Indian Poet Prophet

Seshendra Sharma was one of the most outstanding minds of modern Asia. He was the foremost of the Telugu poets of his age, who turned poetry to the gigantic strides of human history and embellished literature with the thrills and triumphs of the 20th century. A revolutionary poet who spurned pedestrian and pedantic poetry equally, a brilliant critic and a scholar of Sanskrit, this versatile poet breathed a new vision of modernity into his vernacular. Such minds place Telugu on the world map of intellectualism. Readers conversant with names like Paul Valery, Gauguin, and Dag Hammarskjold will have to add the name of Seshendra Sharma the writer from India to that dynasty of intellectuals.

Rivers and poets
Are veins and arteries
Of a country.
Rivers flow like poems
For animals, for birds
And for human beings-
The dreams that rivers dream
Bear fruit in the fields
The dreams that poets dream
Bear fruit in the people-

The sunshine of my thought fell on the word
And its long shadow fell upon the century
Sun was playing with the early morning flowers
Time was frightened at the sight of the martyr-
– Seshendra Sharma

An era of scholastic excellence and poetic grandeur has come to an end in the passing away of Gunturu Seshendra Sharma.

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A K Shahid ✵ 1937-2015

Ata-ul-Kareem Shahid

Ata-ul-Kareem Shahid on the day of his graduation 17 June 1949 with his father Hadrat Abul Ata Jalandari

Ata-ul-Kareem Shahid

Ata-ul-Kareem Shahid

Name at birth:  Ata-ul-Kareem Shahid
Date of birth:  24th July 1937
Place of birth:  Qadian, India
Date of death:  17th May 2015
Place of death:  London
Resting place:
Submitted by:  Ata Khalid





Ataul Kareem Shahid carried the same cheerful features that distinguished his father, Hadrat Abul Ata Jalandari, holder of the title Khalid-e-Ahmaddiyat. The resemblance between their smiles would seldom escape the notice of those who observed them both, whether in real life or frozen in time in photographs. Those close to Shahid Sahib champion another congruence that marked this son as his fathers, one that belongs to a higher rank of virtue and is incomparable in its worth; his unlimited kindness and generosity towards every soul that neared the threshold of his life. His loved ones remember his all encompassing warmth to friends and strangers alike, his zeal for making connections with people from all walks of life and introducing to them the message of Islam Ahmaddiya, a passion which remained unwavering even after his retirement as a missionary. For most of his seventy seven years on earth Ataul Karim Shahid Sahib pledged his life to the Ahmaddiya Muslim community in the cause of promulgating the pristine & peaceful teachings of Islam as espoused by the reformist movement, founded by the Promised Messiah Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) He served in Africa and Pakistan in his role as missionary and was a skilled orator as well as an avid reader. His love for knowledge was manifested in the myriad of subjects encompassed in his personal library: political, medical, religious (he possessed more than one Bible.) and cultural, his interests spanned borders and ideologies and was reflected in his lack of discrimination and enthusiasm for conversation with anyone who came his way. But despite all this he hadn’t planned a life of religious service. At the age of twenty two, having completed the required education and passed the first exam that would pave the way for a prominent and high ranking career in the military, he received news of the sudden death of his older half-sister, who was an excellent writer and had been the editor of the Ahmadi newspaper Al-Misbah, and till then was the only child of her father, Khalid-e-Ahmaddiyat, serving the faith. Her father had been content that at least one of his children had followed in his footsteps but on hearing of her death Shahid Sahib realised that it meant that now none of his father’s offspring were championing the cause of Islam Ahmaddiya. So, casting aside all worldly ambition and desire, Ataul Kareem Shahid turned away from his military aspirations and pledged himself to the lifelong service to the faith and began what ended in eight years of study to become a fully-fledged missionary of the community.

Biographies of worldly fame have a way of wiping clean an otherwise less than golden slate. But such magpie prestige suffers the inevitable fate of erosion as newer glitters transfix popular attention.

Ataul-Kareem- Shahid Sahib’s eminence, however, reflected in his compassionate and dynamic life, is firmly locked in the weighty vaults of heaven, and cast its shadow back to earth through the images of his loved ones memories.

He left his widow, Mrs. Amatul Basit Shahid, and his three children; his daughter Mrs. Amatul Wasay Ahmad wife of Mr. Waleed Ahmad, his oldest son Dr Ata-ul-Habib Khalid and his younger son Mr. Ata-ul-Ala Zafar.

May Allah the Almighty grant his soul eternal contentment, may his spirit soar through the loftiest ranks of paradise, may Jannat-ul-Firdaus be his final kingdom.

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Michelle Anne Jose ✵ 1988-1996

Michelle Anne Jose

Name at birth:  Mickey
Date of birth:  24/05/1988
Place of birth:  Trichur, India
Date of death:  04/09/1996
Place of death:  Cochin, India
Resting place:  St. Mary’s Church, Paingulam, Palai, Kerala, India
Submitted by:  Tom Jose (



Today, tomorrow and forever we love you. Until the end of time.

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Mrs. Mamata B. Ghosh ✵ 1929-1996

Name at birth:    Miss Mamata Sinha 
Date of birth:    29/06/1929 
Place of birth:   Lahore Pakistan 
Date of death:    28/02/1996 
Place of death:   Bombay India 
Place of burial:  Cremated @ Chandhan Wadi Chembur, Bombay India

Submitted by: Amitabh Ghosh (

Dearest Mother of Ours who bore all the pain and suffering so that all of her children could have a good education. Her dedication as a teacher, friend and confidant was beyond imagination. She was the daughter of Late Dr.S.N.Sinha and Mrs J.N.Sinha Wife of Dr. B.N. Ghosh (Phd. Leeds, Rt. Professor UDCT) Mother to Sumita, Amitabh, Sujita and Arpita Grandmother to Buntul, Ashu, Nille and Anirudha Mother-in-law to Sunil and Indira Not a day goes by without your thought and every Thursday your voice fills our heart. I only wished that I had listened to your words of wisdom. For in your heart I have disappointed you before you left this world. My Sisters Sujita and Arpita took care of all your comforts till your last breath. I live every day with all the empty promises that I have made. Some day I hope to fulfill them so that when I join you I will not be that disappointed son that you left behind. I do not know how to express my grief it comes out in anger. I apologize my behavior to the Staff and Doctors of Raeigh Hospital.
Amitabh Ghosh
“Life without A Mother is like a river without a flow.”

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