in the memory of

SMT.Raji Malik

August 8, 1941 – December 10, 2020

Smt. Raji Malik, our beloved mother, was born on August 8, 1941 in Kaithal, Haryana to Sh. Abinash Chandra Tiwari and Smt. Shakuntala Tiwari and was the third amongst the seven siblings. Blessed with amazing serenity, poise and composure, she drew awe and admiration from her elders & peers alike. Her sensitivity burst forth through her creative literary sojourns which began at the young age of 15 years. She has always been a person who knew her mind and that reflects in her choice of her soulmate. She and Paa were made for each other, they fitted together perfectly like two pieces of a puzzle that are incomplete alone but create meaning in their togethemess. She married the love of her life Sh. Arjan Das Malik in 1967. We, her children – Manu Malik & Anuradha Malik Jagdhari, are blessed to have the good fortune to have come through her into this world. Soon, Maa’s life took a turn towards the unknown, the unfathomable, the Divine…… Her inner being was destined to spread divine love, spiritual knowledge & unravel esoteric truths…… Intertwined with her Spiritual journey, were her creative writings. She authored six books, established a Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and led scores of spiritual disciples who are as much her children as we are. 

She was THE perfect mother, amazing wife, lovely friend, supporting sister and an awesome human being. In her everlasting existence in this creation, she has embarked upon another journey, in another form, beyond her mortal frame. We will miss you Maa in a way that is beyond words. We will miss your laughter which was like distant tinkling of soft bells, the warmth of your hug which felt like the winter sun, the food that you cooked which tasted better than ambrosia, your positive attitude towards life, your compassion for fellow human beings, your deep friendships, your bravery, you taught us so much through your deeds rather than your words. You were and will always be the guiding light in our lives whenever any storm threatens to engulf us. We love you Maa, always have and always will. Till we meet again……can never say good bye to you!

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39 entries.
Neeraj wrote on August 8, 2022 at 3:29 am:
Hi Mosima, happy birthday to you! Last night when I turned the lights out, I knew tomorrow was going to a heavy one. You know, no matter what is said, losing someone you love tears a hole in the fabric of your being, and then you just wonder, poking a finger therein, God how do I fill it? You look towards all that's been taught to you about how time is a great healer etc. etc. But then you accept the torn hole and try to move on, you do too, till such time that the pain returns…and it always does! Well today morning when I parked in front of your home, where for me you will always reside alongside Mosaji, I saw that painting of a color mash, which Saud "ENJOY TODAY" right on the front outside wall and I wondered is this a message that I never saw earlier or is it my stupid self trying to find some solace. After wishing you a happy birthday today when I punched the ignition I thought what better way than to say, I will Enjoy Today in whatever flavors it provides… I love you…
Hi Mosima, happy birthday to you! Last night when I turned the lights out, I knew tomorrow was going to a heavy one. You know, no matter what is said, losing someone you love tears a hole in the fabric of your being, and then you just wonder, poking a finger therein, God how do I fill it? You look towards all that's been taught to you about how time is a great healer etc. etc. But then you accept the torn hole and try to move on, you do too, till such time that the pain returns…and it always does! Well today morning when I parked in front of your home, where for me you will always reside alongside Mosaji, I saw that painting of a color mash, which Saud "ENJOY TODAY" right on the front outside wall and I wondered is this a message that I never saw earlier or is it my stupid self trying to find some solace. After wishing you a happy birthday today when I punched the ignition I thought what better way than to say, I will Enjoy Today in whatever flavors it provides… I love you…
Neeraj wrote on November 5, 2021 at 5:04 am:
Back again, its Deepawali time and the need to see you, talk to you and seek your blessings remains unanswered. If the experiences that people share are truthful, I feel the pain really never goes away nor does the silence. We internalize it most of the time and say, Wow! Its gone! But is it, NO. We just become more apt at internalizing it as the years pass by, well here I am saying it throbs like hell and I miss U! Happy Deepawali Mosiji.
Back again, its Deepawali time and the need to see you, talk to you and seek your blessings remains unanswered. If the experiences that people share are truthful, I feel the pain really never goes away nor does the silence. We internalize it most of the time and say, Wow! Its gone! But is it, NO. We just become more apt at internalizing it as the years pass by, well here I am saying it throbs like hell and I miss U! Happy Deepawali Mosiji.
Neeraj wrote on August 10, 2021 at 8:03 am:
Hello Mosiji, hope you are well. Just wanted to tell you that I missed you very much all of this birthday week, I know that birthdays for the souls mean nothing but for us mortals left behind, they define pretty much everything, so happy birthday to you. God Bless!
Hello Mosiji, hope you are well. Just wanted to tell you that I missed you very much all of this birthday week, I know that birthdays for the souls mean nothing but for us mortals left behind, they define pretty much everything, so happy birthday to you. God Bless!
Neeraj wrote on March 29, 2021 at 3:49 am:
Hi Mosi, Its Holi again this time, but there is no colour, no ruckus and no joy. I keep thinking as to why I come running around to meet you whenever there is an occasion, i think its because, its YOU, really missing you now. Love you Mosima!
Hi Mosi, Its Holi again this time, but there is no colour, no ruckus and no joy. I keep thinking as to why I come running around to meet you whenever there is an occasion, i think its because, its YOU, really missing you now. Love you Mosima!
Neeraj wrote on December 29, 2020 at 2:42 pm:
Hello Mosiji, i sit here all alone surrounded by your memories, powerful hence very painful. I had to drag myself to pen down these few lines because by doing so first, I would have to admit and agree to the fact that we have lost you, a fact that I have been fighting with since the time Manu called me to tell…and secondly I would have to agree that You meant so much more to me than I had ever imagined. Starting from my childhood, the memories just flood me, wash me with the lovely smile that we saw, the care and concern that you showered, so endlessly and so continuously as we grew up. The trips to your home, the Scotch Eggs (Your speciality) made in that round steel dabba, the likes of which that I have never eaten anywhere else, ever! I was a mad teen when you saw the urge in me and guided me on the Path, the Path that has made me a more complete person, hopefully a more balanced one to, but I wouldn't bet big on that account, though. You were not just Mom's sister, but you were so much more, You have a smile that lights up a palace, all in one go, you accept, no questions asked, you guide like a Mother… There are so many dimensions of You that writing about them will get me a Character Full warning from this page. You could say a world with just one twinkle of your eyes, your frown meant a strict NO…and your love meant everything. Unconditional and so all encompassing as if the It was living all the time in you…still does! You were the only one who would understand what I had felt or seen, once I came back from… Read more
Hello Mosiji, i sit here all alone surrounded by your memories, powerful hence very painful. I had to drag myself to pen down these few lines because by doing so first, I would have to admit and agree to the fact that we have lost you, a fact that I have been fighting with since the time Manu called me to tell…and secondly I would have to agree that You meant so much more to me than I had ever imagined. Starting from my childhood, the memories just flood me, wash me with the lovely smile that we saw, the care and concern that you showered, so endlessly and so continuously as we grew up. The trips to your home, the Scotch Eggs (Your speciality) made in that round steel dabba, the likes of which that I have never eaten anywhere else, ever! I was a mad teen when you saw the urge in me and guided me on the Path, the Path that has made me a more complete person, hopefully a more balanced one to, but I wouldn't bet big on that account, though. You were not just Mom's sister, but you were so much more, You have a smile that lights up a palace, all in one go, you accept, no questions asked, you guide like a Mother… There are so many dimensions of You that writing about them will get me a Character Full warning from this page. You could say a world with just one twinkle of your eyes, your frown meant a strict NO…and your love meant everything. Unconditional and so all encompassing as if the It was living all the time in you…still does! You were the only one who would understand what I had felt or seen, once I came back from the journeys and I did not have to share more then a Preamble and you would smile and tell me more….rather all of It. You were the warm love that only a Mama can give, and you gave and gave…and still are giving! Words rather for that matter Language has an inherent weakness to fail whenever one tries to convert feelings into words, and it is happening right now too, with Me. I do not need to put every experience into words, cause I cannot…and also cause they are far too precious to be shared. But, Yes I miss you and do not believe the bullshit that with time it pains less, it does not and You know that too, right? So all that I can say today to you is thank you for being You, and thank God for circulating me in your orbit, I love U.
Dr Sonia Trikha Khullar wrote on December 19, 2020 at 4:13 pm:
I first met aunty (who was Malik ma’am to us then) in 1995 when my husband was posted as the deputy commissioner at Sonipat and Mr A D Malik was the divisional commissioner. I remember several evenings that we got to spend with sir and ma’am during 1995-96 singing, chatting, enjoying good food and great company.. One of my fondest memories is of aunty coming to our house (along with Anu) when I had my first child, our son; she had got Panjiri for me that she had prepared herself and some personal gifts that I treasure till date. I remember her sitting at my bedside, holding the baby for as long as she was there and smiling at me. Years later, I got the opportunity of learning deeper meaning of life from her, and I wish I could spend more time imbibing her goodness and doing what she was wanting me to do -meditate regularly at a fixed time each day. She was extremely kind to my husband and me and I know that we’ll continue to feel her love even if we can’t see her in body any longer. Miss you aunty!
I first met aunty (who was Malik ma’am to us then) in 1995 when my husband was posted as the deputy commissioner at Sonipat and Mr A D Malik was the divisional commissioner. I remember several evenings that we got to spend with sir and ma’am during 1995-96 singing, chatting, enjoying good food and great company.. One of my fondest memories is of aunty coming to our house (along with Anu) when I had my first child, our son; she had got Panjiri for me that she had prepared herself and some personal gifts that I treasure till date. I remember her sitting at my bedside, holding the baby for as long as she was there and smiling at me. Years later, I got the opportunity of learning deeper meaning of life from her, and I wish I could spend more time imbibing her goodness and doing what she was wanting me to do -meditate regularly at a fixed time each day. She was extremely kind to my husband and me and I know that we’ll continue to feel her love even if we can’t see her in body any longer. Miss you aunty!
Ms Sardana wrote on December 19, 2020 at 12:51 pm:
I am shocked with this unbelievable news that Raji is no more with us. When Mr. Sahni gave me this news. I started crying. No no this is false how can she go without meeting me. She was true friend to everyone "so many followers". She was "Devi" I Worship her. No words can explain my loss.
I am shocked with this unbelievable news that Raji is no more with us. When Mr. Sahni gave me this news. I started crying. No no this is false how can she go without meeting me. She was true friend to everyone "so many followers". She was "Devi" I Worship her. No words can explain my loss.
Madhu Goyal wrote on December 16, 2020 at 2:33 pm:
She has not died . She has spread love in so many hearts and she will always live with us, in the core of our hearts . She changed her dress to do good things for other people but perhaps they need .Let us pledge to spread love and all her teachings by doing good karma .I personally feel the bold , confident me is all because of her . May God bless her soul and brighten up her path .
She has not died . She has spread love in so many hearts and she will always live with us, in the core of our hearts . She changed her dress to do good things for other people but perhaps they need .Let us pledge to spread love and all her teachings by doing good karma .I personally feel the bold , confident me is all because of her . May God bless her soul and brighten up her path .
Rajesh bhardwaj wrote on December 16, 2020 at 9:56 am:
My sincere condolences. Rest in peace! Regards
My sincere condolences. Rest in peace! Regards
Jyoti Legha wrote on December 16, 2020 at 3:37 am:
I never met aunty in person yet I feel that I knew her very well … primarily through Manu who spoke often about her … especially her spiritual side … how she helped people in their spiritual journey …and how a large part of her life was devoted to this journey …. she was indeed a lovely person and it is hoped and prayed that God blesses her and is with her on her onward journey !!
I never met aunty in person yet I feel that I knew her very well … primarily through Manu who spoke often about her … especially her spiritual side … how she helped people in their spiritual journey …and how a large part of her life was devoted to this journey …. she was indeed a lovely person and it is hoped and prayed that God blesses her and is with her on her onward journey !!