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11 comments on “Kapila Devi”

  1. God looked around his garden and he found an empty place. He then looked down upon the earth, and saw your tired face. He put his arms around you and lifted you to rest. God’s garden must be beautiful, He always takes the best. He knew you were suffering, He knew you were in pain. he knew that you would never get well on earth again. He saw the road was getting rough, and the hills were hard to climb. So he closed your weary eyelids. And whispered “Be at peace”. It broke our hearts to lose you but you did not go alone. Part of us went with you…the day God called you home.

  2. Kapila Bhabhi was a genuine gem to us. She gave us a handsome young nephew named Jaiteen. She never lost hope. Even when in pain she would smile to make others happy.
    Her giving and forgiving nature made her unique from others. Although we say her life came to an end, for the soul there is neither birth nor death at anytime. As you last departed by saying
    “I LOVE YOU TOO”
    to me on the phone.
    We will meet again.

  3. I am of the era of zero photographic-equipment, and so limited as a writer.

    If not for Belinda-Jane awesome capabilities, we wouldn’t appreciate Livestreaming video of my baby sister, Kapila Devi, with our family and friends world-wide (International Family United).

    Being 10 years my junior, I stood by Kapila Devi at significant junctions of her life – enabling her, protecting her, fighting her battles. Her death leaves a gaping hole in my life. The two amazingly proud moments in my life by her are referencing my caring, nursing capabilities. Once she referred to the number of nursing hours (2yrs x 24hrs x $xx) to convince a Tribunal of her genuineness; and in her final moments Kapila grasped my right hand thrice, no doubt to express gratitude at being nursed. Controls couldn’t prevent my final care for Kapila. She was clean before departure.

    Excellent choice by brother in law, Anup Kumar – formerly a videographer himself @ family business, Ram’s Studio, Lautoka, Fiji, to engage Belinda-Jane Videography for international livestreaming, thus facilitating families/friends worldwide to engage in Kapila Devi’s Bon-Voyage service.

    Belinda-Jane professionalism, engagement and production of funeral services, were delivered with utmost respect at all levels. Thanks Belinda-Jane and thanks to all respectful peoples.

  4. am of the era of zero photographic-equipment, and so limited as a writer.

    If not for Belinda-Jane awesome capabilities, we wouldn’t appreciate Livestreaming video of my baby sister, Kapila Devi, with our family and friends world-wide (International Family United).

    Being 10 years my junior, I stood by Kapila Devi at significant junctions of her life – enabling her, protecting her, fighting her battles. Her death leaves a gaping hole in my life. The two amazingly proud moments in my life by her are referencing my caring, nursing capabilities. Once she referred to the number of nursing hours (2yrs x 24hrs x $xx) to convince a Tribunal of her genuineness; and in her final moments Kapila grasped my right hand thrice, no doubt to express gratitude at being nursed. Controls couldn’t prevent my final care for Kapila. She was clean before departure.

    Excellent choice by brother in law, Anup Kumar – formerly a videographer himself @ family business, Ram’s Studio, Lautoka, Fiji, to engage Belinda-Jane Videography for international livestreaming, thus facilitating families/friends worldwide to engage in Kapila Devi’s Bon-Voyage service.

    Belinda-Jane professionalism, engagement and production of funeral services, were delivered with utmost respect at all levels. Thanks Belinda-Jane and thanks to all respectful peoples.

  5. IT is true the soul has no death. It just vacates the the body when the body is not good enough any more. However everyone misses the departed person, this time Kapila. She must have suffered a
    lot health wise and therefore God decided to take her in his care. However it is a sad feeling to
    see her go for everyone close. I pray that she is taken good care of where she has moved to.
    The collective send-off ceremonies the arrangement and the gathered people shows that people
    care so much for her. May God take Good care of her and her family.

  6. From: Claire Slatter, USP

    Rama just forwarded your email to me – I was shocked and very saddened to read that Kapila had died. It’s very very sad – Kapila was a sweetie – you will remember that she came and stayed with me at Desvoeux Road for one school holiday – you had rung me to say she would be coming to Suva.

    I am so sorry to discover that she had cancer and did not recover.

    Very sad for you, dear. Glad you got to see her before she slipped away. Life – you cannot take it for granted.

    And cancer seems to be on the rise, everywhere. My condolences and love to you, Jaswanti.

    Take care of yourself.

  7. Condolences by eMail:

    “My condolences go to you and your family” Amanda Owen

    “Very sorry to hear that Jenny, my prayers are with you and your family. Your sister’s soul rests in peace. Wishing you comforting thoughts” Jyoti

    “So young. She is with your Mum now. I am sorry it’s a hole no-one can fill. ” Minette Jordan

    Please accept my heartfelt condolences for the sad and untimely demise of your sister.
    Clement D’Cruz

  8. The footage is absolutely well taken, it feels as if my family were part of it as we couldnt attend the funeral. Aunty Kapila was a great, inspirational soul. She was truly strong and full of wisdom during her battle with the terrible illness. Im so proud of Uncle Anup that he’s taken great care of her and fulfilled her wishes before she left us. Both Aunty and Uncle will always be in our hearts. Thank you so much Belinda Jane Video for the uploads.

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