Brought to you by
Simran Kaur (Simmi) Randhawa

Simran Kaur (Simmi) Randhawa

This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of Kavita Goldie Randhawa.
Add a message to the Guest Book
If you need help finding the right words, view our suggested entries for ideas.

Back to Personal Message

Add a photo to your message (optional)
Preview Entry

Please don't submit copyrighted work; original poems, songs or prayers welcomed. reviews all Guest Book entries to ensure appropriate content. Our staff does not correct grammar or spelling. Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
Select up to 10 photos to add to the photo gallery.

Select a candle
*Please select a candle
Preview Entry

Please don't submit copyrighted work; original poems, songs or prayers welcomed. reviews all Guest Book entries to ensure appropriate content. Our staff does not correct grammar or spelling. Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
Keep updated on this Guest Book

Sign up below to receive email updates.

Thinking of you.
Guddie x
I will forever remember my visit to India with Simi Puwa, it was exciting travelling with someone so spontaneous! We attended a wedding where Puwa jumped on stage to show the dancer how it's done. As you know she had all the moves, loved to dance with her free spirit & huge smile. When we were out shopping in Jalandhar, I'm sure was another 1 of her fave hobbies, she convinced us all to goto a Professional Photography Studio. We had photos taken in Kashmiri dresses, in black & white. They came out quite well & Puwa was always ready for a good photo. Always told it like it is, then & there, which I admire in any body. We went to another wedding at a very poor village, I remember Puwa saying to a person from there, You shouldn't forget your roots. She had every reason to say that & til this day we laugh when we recall her exact words & the reaction of others. Last time I saw Puwa was at 1 of Aman's kid's parties, she stood up on a chair in her sari & got a balloon down for my boy. I did get to briefly meet Bawa Fufar at my sister Nav's wedding. So passive & humble, we can all say they were both very lucky to have eachother. Each time Puwa came to visit she bought a little Canadian ray of sunshine with her. Hi to Goldie, we last met at Aman's wedding, you wasn't too happy at hearing I had decided to quit school. You may be happy to hear I picked up where I left off & have graduated with a Degree. To add you looked stunning on your wedding day along with your Mum. Hope to meet you guys at my next sister's wedding or maybe the 1 after her or the last 1 my brother lol. Just so you all know I am Puwa's eldest brother's, eldest son's, eldest daughter so she was actually my Grandma. Eldest grandchild in the 3rd generation. We once both shared the same surname, Kang. Love to you all Priya from U.K x
I am so sad you are not here. I don't show it or tell anyone but I am always thinking about you and trying my best to be a good person and to take care of dad. And even though you may have had issue with my choices in life, I know you love me and your love overrides anything else. I know how much you loved me.

I miss you mom...
Simmi chachi
Thinking about you.
Mom I've been thinking about you a great deal lately . There isn't a day that passes when I don't think of you, remember your smile or you yelling at me over some small little mishap! I miss you so much and love you forever mom! I feel your happy spirit all around me, Sajan and Deep like a breath of fresh air.. You have taught me so much mom, and I can't thank you enough for helping make me a better human being, and to always speak the pure- hearted truth. I love you mom....

Love Always
Believe it or not, I think of you everyday,
Still having a hard time accepting your loss but I am comforted by the fact that you are no longer suffering. Lots of love, Deep
How time flys, twelve months gone and an emptiness inside with a treasured memory of you Simmi Chachi ji enlightens my heart that still cries.

The last twelve months have been very difficult loosing so many loved ones in a matter of months.

I've opened and shut my lap top many times but couldn't convince my crying heart to type these words any earlier.

I remember Simmi Chachi ji the hot Summers day you married Bawa chaha ji and entered the Randhawa family just like a breathe of fresh air that everyone wanted around them.

You were so loving and caring, spending invaluable time with us, which l cherish forever.

I got to see you in Feb 2012, not the way I'd planned but I'm glad I did.

Simmi chachi ji, you will always remain in my heart and memory forever and no one can ever take that away.

They say loved ones never go away, they walk beside us every day.

May your soul rest in peace and your spirit live on forever.

Love You
Guddi XX
I will always have fond memories of you growing up! You were one of the best aunties I know, funny and kind!!! I am happy I got to see you 09/2011 ~RIP!
I found today that u r no more i remember those two years i spent at ur home i learned alot from u. I can't believe that u left this world may ur soul rest in peace simmi aunty. ..
Mom, it has been three months since you have been gone...I still cherish every moment we shared together as a family....something that stands out is when I would come home for Christmas and finally get to sleep in and downstairs, the amazing aroma of your tasty paranthas would fill the air...then we would eat paranthas and have hot tub chai mama how I miss you so....

Love from your first...
Preview Now

©2018 All rights reserved. Guest Book entries are free and are posted after being reviewed for appropriate content. If you find an entry containing inappropriate material, please contact us.