Before the Service

The Service

After watching the service online, if you can leave a guest message to let the family know you have joined into the service, that would be greatly appreciated.

Guest Book

Refresh Comments

5 comments on “Indrani Perera”

  1. Thank you prasada for inviting us for Indranis funeral service thru video and we feel that we were present with your family members to say goodbye to Indrani
    May the soul of Indranis rest in peace may God bless you and all the family members
    Ranjith &Donatella

  2. My deepest sympathies to all the family. I am very sad and surprised to hear of her passing away. May God take her into his kingdom and may her soul rest in Peace.

    Hugh & Carole

  3. Our heartfelt sympathies to you Prasada, Veronica and Chantella for your unbearable loss, and at this time of your great pain and sadness.
    It was a lovely and uplifting celebration of the life of my dear friend Ranjini, (whom I, Ryan, had the honour and privilege of knowing from the time she was about 12 years old). The moving and heartfelt tributes paid her today, encapsulated the unique and wonderful person that she was. Her beautiful personality, radiant smile and welcoming nature attracted both family and friends alike, who were delighted to be in her company, and which always generated much joy, fun and laughter.

    Dear Ranjini, may God’s Holy Angels welcome you into your Heavenly home.

    Ryan, Anne & Alison

  4. My dearest Prasada Aiya,

    Thank you for sharing the funeral service video which I watched with nostaligic emotion as your daughters Veronica and Chantella especially as well as Indrani’s brother read out their memories and tributes. What beautiful, talented, achieving and caring children you and Indrani have brought up in your own mold. I have heard bits about the basketball and football playing daughter in the US. Hopefully, I will get to meet them sometime in the future. Do bring them to Sri Lanka, if you can.

    I am really sorry that I could not meet you both when you came to see my father before he passed away. I regret missing that opportunity to see Indrani before she herself passed. I came to Australia last June to visit my relatives from Amma’s side, who are spread out in 4 cities, as they too were growing old. Had I kept in touch with you and realised that you were in Melbourne, I would have visited you.

    Thank you for jogging my fading memory and reminding me that I was your bestman when you both were married. Was it at Fatima Church? Do you have photos to show that indeed I played bestman?! I remember you both, as achiever sportsmen/women when I was practising for the Public Schools Nationals myself. The only photo I have of you is one taken in my childhood where you are teaching me how to hold a cricket bat. That was possibly taken in great-grandma’s home in Weliveriya. I will try to dig that out, from an old album and share.

    The tributes spoke so much about your wife – her beauty, brains, talents, determination, simplicity, and caring. It reminded me of my own mother whom I lost at an early age, bother hers (38) and min (14). I know that Indrani will guide you and your family as Ammi and now Thathi are doing, showring their grace and protection for us.

    I myself am now 67, and we have two children, who both went to college in the US and are now in their 30s and are achievers in their own careers. Yesh, is in Singapore and Chanch is back home. Let’s, look to the day we can all meet again together.

    With much love to you all,
    NImal Malli

  5. Dear Prasada, Veronica and Chantella, We are so very sorry for your loss. We too are very sad and still can’t believe our dear bubbly friend Indrani is gone for ever. We will always remember Indrani and you for helping us settle in Reading and for being excellent hosts when ever we visit Melbourne. Thank you Prasad for giving us the chance of watching the funeral service live. Love and Best wishes. Anoma & Lionel

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *