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‘Bluetiful’ news at last
Known in the entertainment business as DJ Sox, Himrajh Oudit had a lot to be happy and thankful for recently. Not only did one of his two sons, Syam, make a grandfather for the first time, he was also celebrating the 40th anniversary of marriage to his wife Leela; his retirement from UWI after 41 years of service, and his 45th anniversary as a disc jockey and sound engineer.
During the family function, the decor and dress code being varying shades of blue, Himrajh’s other son Viraj moved a toast to his parents and said: “These special occasions means a lot to me as family.
Congratulations to you for having a loving, happy, blissful, fruitful life as a couple.
“As parents, and now as grandparents,” Viraj continued jokingly with a chuckles telling his father, “you stayed with the best for the best part of your life.”
Viraj also congratulated his brother Syam on the birth of his son Sachin and wished him all the best in the future.”
With the Oudit’s Santa Margarita, St Augustine residence bathed in blue and guests obeying the colour code, it was indeed a “bluetiful” occasion. The formalities out of the way, a luscious buffet dinner and party followed.
It was a welcome change in today’s ongoing daily turmoil locally to have some good news coming out of the east.
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