Lalkakas’ living legacy

The over 150-year-old Lalkaka Family Fund has maintained unity and is upholding the ideals of its ancestors
Aban Mukherji

The over 90 members of the Lalkaka family who attended the 100th general body meeting of the Lalkaka Family Fund (LFF) at the Wodehouse Gymkhana on February 2, 2019 ranged in age from five-year-old Tarini Raina of Bombay and six-year-old Hunter Pundole who had come with his parents Jon and Jessica and grandfather Kershasp from Cleveland, USA, to nonagenarian Jal Lilaoonwala. They had congregated to celebrate this milestone and to honor their ancestors whose benevolence and dedication had kept this charitable trust in existence for over a century. The trees of the Gymkhana were bedecked with fairy lights, its hall......

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