|Benefits of Membership
|The club can not solve family disputes. The club helps the members to
contact each other and solve the problems themselves.
Every family has disputes regarding marriage-relationships, in-law
relations, regarding property, money, prestige, business, social activities,
and hosts of other matters,
The club can not interfere or advice the members to do this or that to
solve the problems they face with other members of the Parivar.
|The Parivar is an opening for contacts by the members with each other
for any or all reasons, but mainly to keep in touch with the their cousins.
This club can be used for other activities including sports events, theatre
events, dance programs, dinners, etc.
|The members can use this club to
contact other members and avail of the
pleasure of knowing their cousins.
The club will maintain a directory of the
members with their postal addresses
and telephone numbers which can be
used by the other members to contact
them and meet them.
|All the information provided to this
website and to the Adyar Gopal
Parivar is published on the web and
so it will all be available to the public
Only the names and their
relationships with the forefathers is
published and addresses and
telephone numbers will be retained in
the files. These addresses and
telephone numbers may be made
available to other members if asked
|We invite the members to use this
website to announce births, deaths,
weddings, graduations, promotions,
giving thanks, winning awards, and
such other events in the family by
contacting Dr. Mohan Shenoy at
phone 26797278 ( prefix with
appropriate local and international
codes where necessary) or sending
email to <email@example.com>
This is a free service.
In fact all member services are free of
any cost to members.
There is no membership fee of any
kind. Members are members by birth
in the scheduled families.
|You may please write
here any comments
|Benefits of joining
Adyar Gopal Parivar
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