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.
Mukesh Kumar wrote on December 14, 2020 at 1:21 pm:
Deepest condolence. May God put her in a special place. I know that this is a difficult time for you and your family. I wish I had words to make it easier. May her soul rest in peace.
Deepest condolence. May God put her in a special place. I know that this is a difficult time for you and your family. I wish I had words to make it easier. May her soul rest in peace.
Purnima wrote on December 14, 2020 at 12:38 pm:
Dearest Anu, Although I never met aunty but heard so much about her from you that I feel knew her. Her spirit will live on always through her children. Please accept my deepest condolences for the whole family. May her soul rest in peace 🙏🏼.
Dearest Anu, Although I never met aunty but heard so much about her from you that I feel knew her. Her spirit will live on always through her children. Please accept my deepest condolences for the whole family. May her soul rest in peace 🙏🏼.
Nikasha wrote on December 14, 2020 at 11:55 am:
Aunty had this amazing calming presence …she always made me feel very nice about myself whenever she spoke with me …she could transfer serenity and calmness that effortlessly !! In this sense she was an amazing giver …know for a fact Anu used to really look up to her & I could easily see why …she definitely was a force to reckon with , a remarkable woman of substance !! I know no amount of soothing words will soothe you Anu, no one can ever fill this gap , no one can ever be what she was to you but trying will be of essence as that's what aunty would want you to do : celebrate her life through more love and more joy . Lots of love , warmth and hugs to Anu and the entire family …may aunty find lasting peace in her new abode 🙏❤️ Om Shanti
Aunty had this amazing calming presence …she always made me feel very nice about myself whenever she spoke with me …she could transfer serenity and calmness that effortlessly !! In this sense she was an amazing giver …know for a fact Anu used to really look up to her & I could easily see why …she definitely was a force to reckon with , a remarkable woman of substance !! I know no amount of soothing words will soothe you Anu, no one can ever fill this gap , no one can ever be what she was to you but trying will be of essence as that's what aunty would want you to do : celebrate her life through more love and more joy . Lots of love , warmth and hugs to Anu and the entire family …may aunty find lasting peace in her new abode 🙏❤️ Om Shanti
Tanmay tyagi wrote on December 14, 2020 at 10:27 am:
I never met her, but as i know she was a good writer. She done her side for next generations by writing books, which will be fruitful for upcoming generations. May Mahakal rest the spiritual soul.
I never met her, but as i know she was a good writer. She done her side for next generations by writing books, which will be fruitful for upcoming generations. May Mahakal rest the spiritual soul.
Chandra Vijay wrote on December 14, 2020 at 9:54 am:
A mother can never pass away! They leave for their onward journeys, leaving behind memories to be cherished, and a legacy of good thought and deed to be emulated not just by the offsprings, but by all who felt touched and influenced by them. Never had the good fortune of meeting Aunty, but always felt the warmth of her personality in her son. Aunty, May you be blessed to be with the Divine, and may the Heavens be your Abode. Always! 🙏🏼
A mother can never pass away! They leave for their onward journeys, leaving behind memories to be cherished, and a legacy of good thought and deed to be emulated not just by the offsprings, but by all who felt touched and influenced by them. Never had the good fortune of meeting Aunty, but always felt the warmth of her personality in her son. Aunty, May you be blessed to be with the Divine, and may the Heavens be your Abode. Always! 🙏🏼
Vimi wrote on December 14, 2020 at 9:40 am:
Words may not suffice to express the heartfelt sorrow that I feel for the passing of your darling Maa….. Whenever I went to Chandigarh I always thought of meeting her and spending good time with her as she had so much to share and impart but somehow didn't happen…..Please accept our condolences…. May Aunty's soul rest in Peace 🙏🙏 Hugs!!
Words may not suffice to express the heartfelt sorrow that I feel for the passing of your darling Maa….. Whenever I went to Chandigarh I always thought of meeting her and spending good time with her as she had so much to share and impart but somehow didn't happen…..Please accept our condolences…. May Aunty's soul rest in Peace 🙏🙏 Hugs!!
Shyamala Menon wrote on December 14, 2020 at 9:33 am:
Disturbed to hear about Aunty's demise.I will always remember her as an evolved soul, deeply spiritual with such a gentle demeanour. She was a part of my growing years. Let us take solace that her suffering has come to an end and she is in a better place reunited with uncle. Om shanti.
Disturbed to hear about Aunty's demise.I will always remember her as an evolved soul, deeply spiritual with such a gentle demeanour. She was a part of my growing years. Let us take solace that her suffering has come to an end and she is in a better place reunited with uncle. Om shanti.
Champ wrote on December 14, 2020 at 9:31 am:
I know Aunty through her daughter and I have met her a few times. I particularly loved our evening Chai in the Balcony…the grace always attracted me…I am in awe of her the more I get to know …I remember aunty sending me blessings for Abhigyan when I was about to deliver …Aunty has touched many lives including mine and Abhigyan's and for that I am ever grateful. While I was sitting and listening about her journey to the heavenly abode…I did feel for the first time to such a strong urge to meditate and I know in that I will find peace n perhaps all the answers I am looking for.
I know Aunty through her daughter and I have met her a few times. I particularly loved our evening Chai in the Balcony…the grace always attracted me…I am in awe of her the more I get to know …I remember aunty sending me blessings for Abhigyan when I was about to deliver …Aunty has touched many lives including mine and Abhigyan's and for that I am ever grateful. While I was sitting and listening about her journey to the heavenly abode…I did feel for the first time to such a strong urge to meditate and I know in that I will find peace n perhaps all the answers I am looking for.
Neiha wrote on December 14, 2020 at 9:30 am:
Dearest Anu, Praying for strength for you and the family. Please accept my heartfelt condolences. Much Love To You 🙏🏻❤️
Dearest Anu, Praying for strength for you and the family. Please accept my heartfelt condolences. Much Love To You 🙏🏻❤️
Sandip Garg wrote on December 14, 2020 at 9:21 am:
Heartfelt condolences. May her soul rest in peace and may the Almighty give the family members, the strength to bear this loss. Om shanti 🙏
Heartfelt condolences. May her soul rest in peace and may the Almighty give the family members, the strength to bear this loss. Om shanti 🙏