Nalini
Nanda
Date of Death: October 25, 2022

Nalini Nanda, 88 years old, deceased in Highland Park, NJ.

Nalini Nanda, 88, was born Nalini Singhal in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India, in 1934 to Jwala Prasad and Katsuri Singhal, the youngest of several brothers and sisters. She studied child development and psychology in India before completing graduate work at Columbia University in New York City in the 1960s. In 1967, she married Ved Nanda and they soon settled in Boston where her first son, Vikas, was born. In 1976, the family relocated to Annapolis, Maryland, where her second son, Hirsh, was soon born.

Nalini was a devoted wife and mother whose deep intelligence and kindness shone through her dedication to her family. She will be remembered for her grace as a dancer, her talent for preparing delicious and soulful family meals, her knack for solving the hardest sudoku, and for raising two kind and deeply intelligent sons. Nalini was also an avid gardener with a love for flowers. In 2015, she and Ved moved to Highland Park, NJ, to be closer to her sons.

She passed away peacefully with family at her side on Tuesday, October 25, 2022.

Nalini is survived in Highland Park by her husband Ved, son Vikas and his wife Cala, and their children Sagan & Alys. In Phoenixville, PA , she is survived by son Hirsh, wife Tatiana and their son Gleb. She has many other loving family members throughout India and the United States.

Immediate family will attend services on Sunday, October 30, 2022 at the Asian Indian Funeral Services in Highland Park, NJ. Extended family and friends are invited to join the live stream:

Live Funeral Service for Nalini Nanda at 11`:00 am EST ) 8:30 pm IST) on Sunday, 30th 2022 at Asian Indian Funeral Service, 75 Woodbridge Ave, Highland Park, NJ 08904.

Please contact Cala Nanda at 732/339-3017 with any questions.

In lieu of charitable donations or flowers, we request that you send a handwritten letter and memory of Nalini to Ved Nanda, 13 S 11th Avenue, Highland Park, NJ 08904

4 thoughts on “Nalini Nanda”

  1. Neil & Nina Jolly

    Our heartfelt condolences to all. We share deeply in the sorrow of losing Mamiji. Thank you for sharing this beautiful ceremony so that we could be there with you in spirit.

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