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My Father & The Lost Legend of Pear Tree (MF&TLLoPT)

Originally printed on March 7, 2006 in the Derby Telegraph.
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DHINDSA MOHINDER SINGH Passed away - Wednesday, March 1st 2006. Aged 51 years. Dear husband of Gurdev Kaur and father of Kalwinder Singh, Daljinder Kaur and Manjinder Singh. A loving son, husband, father, relation and true friend. A like never to be seen again. He may have gone but he will never be forgotten and as long as he lives in the hearts and minds of those that loved and cared for him he will never die. God bless you, Dad. 'Never reject your own community no matter what faults you find within it' Funeral service at Markeaton Crematorium on Thursday March 9th at 09:15am. Flowers may be sent to K.S Dhindsa and family, Portland Street, Derby. Telephone: 07940 575321.



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For My Father

Kalwinder Singh Dhindsa

22 April 2016
I've released my book :) My Father & The Lost Legend of Pear Tree - Part One A True Story About a Doctor Who Loving Sikh Derby Boy and his Quest for Happiness https://www.amazon.co.uk/Father-Lost-Legend-Pear-Tree/dp/1530819563/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1461095460&sr=8-1


My Father & The Lost Legend of Pear Tree

Kalwinder Singh Dhindsa

26 February 2012

Mohinder Singh Dhindsa is/was my Father.

I am currently writing the first part of my book My Father & The Lost Legend of Pear Tree (MF & TLLoPT). The book is all about my late Father and how i have tried to make something positive come out of his death.

To make sure that the memory of my Father is never forgotten. The story centres around my journey to try and come to terms with his death.

“Sometimes you forget. Then you remember. Then you realise why you must never forget”


Why Raman will always know which team his father supports

Kalwinder Singh Dhindsa

19 November 2011

http://www.thisisderbyshire.co.uk/Raman-know-team-father-supports/story-13894365-detail/story.html

Why Raman will always know which team his father supports


Saturday, November 19, 2011 Derby Telegraph

A PROUD Derbeian, who was one of the driving forces behind the Brain Clough and Peter Taylor statue at Pride Park, has named his newborn son Raman – after the team he loves.


Kalwinder Singh Dhindsa and wife Ravinder, of Littleover, said that there were a number of reasons behind choosing the name but the main one was the connection of "Ram" to Derby.


Little Raman was born weighing 7lbs 4ozs at Royal Derby Hospital on November 12.
Kalwinder, 32, said: "My main reason for going with it was because of the Derby connection.
"You have the Rams, who I support, of course, and the link with Private Derby, the Swaledale ram, who is the mascot of the 2nd Mercian Battalion, Derby's infantry regiment.


"But another really important reason was that my late father, Mohinder Singh Dhindsa, was originally from a village in Nawanshahr, Punjab, called Ram Rai Pur.


TKAM

Kalwinder Singh Dhindsa

15 November 2011

'Never reject your own community no matter what faults you find within it'


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