Memory By Shubham D Krishan
I'm here because I lost my grandfather, 11 years ago. What I miss the most is, his words of motivation, his presence which was itself magical. His voice reciting poetry that could transcend generations.
"Chale chalo ki vo manzil abhi nahi aayi" (Keep walking because the destination has not been reached yet). These memories are about the way of life that he has taught the people around. The gift of poetry that he has given me.
Memory By Aditya Ranjana
I'm here because I lost my Mother, 8 years ago. What I miss the most is, the love, care and the pampering.
I shared my 18 years of life living with my mother. She was the one who used to wake me up and then make me sleep at night. And a child's and mother's relation can't be explained in a few words. I still have infinite memories with her and each one is special in its own way.
Memory By Kashyap Bhagat
I'm here because I lost my friend., 7 years ago. What I miss the most is, our discussions and debates between fine arts and architecture.
every time he saw an artwork or sketch I made he would go, "You are in the wrong field bro!"
Memory By Snigdha Ruth Khandapani
I'm here because I lost my grandfather, 22 years ago. What I miss the most is, His ties and shoes.
He used to teach me Christian hymns every evening.
Memory By Harpreet Kaur Tuli
I'm here because I lost my father, 4 years ago. What I miss the most is, his smiling face.
At one point in time, my father sat beside me and asked me so humbly and said "whenever you have any problem, just come to me. I am there. Will get things fine for you."
Memory By Trupti Rane
I'm here because I lost my mother, 11 years ago. What I miss the most is, her smile and her scolding for teaching me to be perfect.
I went through an awkward stage during my teenage years when I was embarrassed to be seen hugging my mom, and I’ve never gotten over my grief of that. If only I’d have known how much I would miss the feel of her warm arms around me, soft and protective and full of love, I would have hugged her tight and never let her go.
Memory By Sanjeet Kumar
I'm here because I lost my daughter, 5 years ago. What I miss the most is, She was very charming, joyful, caring, intelligent, talkative, innocent and loving. When I would return home, she used to hug me tight and ask a lot of questions.
I used to simply kiss her and spend almost every minute of my time at home with her. She used to kiss me on my lips with her soft tiny lips. When she smiled and say anything, it just touched my heart.
Memory By Nidhi Bhardwaj
I'm here because I lost my mother, 0.1 year ago. What I miss the most is, her voice, when I would call her she would say in a very sweet voice, "Hello, beta!"
her slippers' noise when she would walk, the way she would wake us up from the afternoon nap time, eating peanuts in winters.
Memory By Sathish Iyengar
I'm here because I lost my Father, 7 years ago. What I miss the most is, straightforward, a gentleman, believed in keeping promises and a man of his words, affectionate and caring.
He was a true role model.