Philanthropist Pandarinath Sarvotham Bhandarkar Breathes His Last

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Daijiworld Media Network - Mumbai (SP)

Mumbai, Jul 15: Pandarinath Sarvotham Bhandarkar, a native of Basrur near Kundapur, breathed his last on Monday July 14 morning, at his residence in Jogeshwari Mumbai.

Pandarinath, who started his professional life with IBM, USA, was an expert in automobile industry. He served in this field at various countries like the Gulf countries and  Nigeria and then in Mumbai. His excellent skills and dexterity in management and administration matters that he showed  while functioning as a top officer in Swad and Panjon in Mumbai, catapulted him to fame.

He was an active member of Saraswat Society, Jogeshwari East, Mumbai and involved with various organisations. He was a generous donor and had earned lot of goodwill and popularity because of his social service activities. Bhandarkar is survived by wife, two sons and innumberable friends, relatives and fans. Cremation was conducted on Monday evening at the graveyard located at Amboli, Andheri East.


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  • shankar bhandarkar, basrur

    Fri, Feb 25 2011

    He was a great man,had been humble all his life was a guide to us and alway ready to help,I am proud of him and that I knew him,I know such people are rare and so I hope the Lord bless his soul

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