In Loving Memory of Srinivas Chamarajanagar Nandakumar
Srinivas was a loving husband and a devoted father. He was a passionate playwright, director and actor, a connoisseur of life’s vibrant colors, and a dear friend to many. His life was a celebration of love, creativity, and curiosity, leaving an indelible mark on all who had the privilege of knowing him.
“Srini” as he was fondly known to many, embarked on a beautiful journey through life. He married the love of his life, Suma, who he met while in college. Their love story was a testament to the enduring power of love, built on a foundation of respect, understanding, and unwavering support. Together, they raised two amazing daughters, instilling in them the same values of love, compassion, and creativity that he held dear.
One of Srinivas’s true passions in life was the theater. His fascination with the world of drama knew no bounds. He wasn’t content with being a spectator; he wrote, directed, and acted in countless plays, each one a labor of love and a testament to his boundless creativity.
Srinivas had a unique talent for making friends and nurturing relationships. His exuberant spirit attracted people from all walks of life. He relished in the joy of celebrating festivals with his large group of friends, weaving memories that will forever remain cherished. His ability to create moments of happiness and togetherness was a true gift.
Srinivas was trained as an Engineer, and later acquired a MBA degree in International Business. Srinivas was a man of ceaseless curiosity, always eager to explore new horizons. His interests ranged from cricket to comedy, from politics to programming. He was a proud speaker of Kannada language and a devout practitioner of Hindu traditions.
In celebrating the life of Srinivas, we are reminded to embrace the beauty of life, to be passionate, to love deeply, and to cultivate lasting friendships. As we mourn the loss of an extraordinary individual, let us also rejoice in the privilege of having known him.
Those who touch our lives, stay in our hearts forever. May you rest in peace Srinivas.