Sachin leaves behind his wife, a young daughter and his elderly parents. Sachin was a well-respected and much-liked colleague, always carried a friendly smile and never shied away from helping anyone at the workplace.
Sachin had a strong sense of empathy right from the start, in his college days he wanted to help the orphanage in Sassoon hospital, not just with funds out of his own pocket money but also by sharing his time. He convinced his entire class to spend some time with these kids; as he believed that kindness can have different forms and what these kids needed was time. His kind heart didn’t stop there, and when he got his first salary he donated it to the CRY foundation. He cherished his family, while most people don’t give up on career opportunities. Sachin didn’t hesitate to give up his flourishing career in London when his family needed him.
He always enjoyed the peaceful retreats, time with friends and family and was an avid reader who loved to be on the bleeding edge of technology.
He will be deeply missed by all.
His untimely demise must have derailed many of his plans including the one that was closest to his heart of "Ensuring Quality Education" for his daughter that's the reason, we as his friends/colleagues/acquaintances are raising funds to support his family. Your support is crucial to our efforts and will go a long way. let's try to be there for him in whatever way we can.
Thank you in advance for your contribution.
Please note that all the proceeds will be transferred to Sachin's wife directly.