Dear Halari Visa Oshwals in USA - Following Saturday's JAINA program, we are wanting to engage with JAINA to join their India's COVID Relief efforts, ...
An inspiring story of a Recognition Award to Jatin Shah, of Mombasa.
Our beloved father’s first 41 years were in Nairobi where he was well known as the founder of Sadler Emporium on Kimathi Street.
He moved to London in 1974, established and managed Bhavneeta Novelties in Wembley for 28 years. He was one of the pioneers of what is now known as ‘Little India’ on Ealing Road.
Late Lalji Bharmal Shah ( Galaiya) of Dharamshi Lakhamshi & Company, Nairobi, Kenya 30th November 1932, Lothia – 22nd June 2021, Austin, Texas, USA
It is with deep regret that we announce the death of Mr Lalji Bharmal Shah ( Galaiya)
Dear Halari Visa Oshwals in USA – Following Saturday’s JAINA program, we are wanting to engage with JAINA to join their India’s COVID Relief efforts, which will be matched if we commit by Monday (6/14). If we get to about 50k (depending on factors like size, location, etc), with JAINA’s matching funds, we be able to provide a full unit, which would include recognition for the Halari Visa Oshwal organization. If you are interested in financially supporting this effort please reach out to Jayanti Galaiya (908 887 2905 email@example.com) or Raju M Shah (443 996 3778 firstname.lastname@example.org).
Mark your calendars! We have secure a timeslot for the upcoming “virtual” JAINA Convention, similar to our previous “Reunions” that we’d have in person at the Convention. This timeslot is Monday…
It is with deep regret we announce the sad demise of Mrs. Panchiben Juthalal Nagpar on Tuesday, 9th March 2021 in Nairobi, Kenya.
It is with deep regret we announce the death of Mrs Manjula Lalji Shah.
Dear Friends & Community,
After a long year I’m sure we’ve all had some time for self-reflection. I’m hoping this survey finds you in good health, and that you can help us determine what the next phase for our organization.
Our community is about 400 families in the US and another 150 in Canada, for about 1500 total people in North America. Our community today looking different now, than it did when our community began to emigrate here in the 60’s and 70’s. It’s 50 years later, and while our community has grown in number, the large emigration from UK/Kenya/India has slowed down.