Remembering Rehab Chougle


She blogged. She tweeted. That’s how I know her.

She liked reading. She liked sharing. Many XXFactored links came from her.

She was still a girl. She was almost a woman. She was both. And she was discovering her ideas about womanhood & relationships.

She had ambitions like everyone else. But she also had questions, that not many of her peers did.

She was smart. But you could always count on her quirky side. Dressing up in superhero costumes cut of of newspapers. Painting Mumbai’s walls with pretty & crazy messages. Posing in a funny hat.

On the Twitter wall that we all painted together & left our statuses, she painted,

“@RehabC is not a clinic.”

Rehab Chougle passed away this morning. An African proverb goes, ‘A man is not dead until he is forgotten.’ Rehab, you live on in the thousands of lovely memories that you created with us.

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11 thoughts on “Remembering Rehab Chougle

  1. Sunita Nair July 6, 2012 at 17:17 Reply

    “To live in the hearts of those we leave behind, is not to die ” – Thomas Campbell

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  2. Patrix July 6, 2012 at 21:26 Reply

    Was really shocked to hear about Rehab. I hadn’t met her but we had exchanged plenty of Twitter and FB messages.

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  3. ajay July 7, 2012 at 10:13 Reply

    The good depart early

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  5. Anu July 7, 2012 at 16:23 Reply

    Agree with ajay. R.I.P. Rehab.

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  6. irfan July 7, 2012 at 20:39 Reply

    May her soul rest in peace….

    God bless….
    irfan.

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  8. Archana Bhui July 11, 2012 at 02:00 Reply

    If u’d know her well enough.. you’d also know that Rehab C never liked her full name from being published.. especially without her permission. I know you mean to pay condolence but I just find this as a gross violations about the few things she was very particular about. This serves as no purpose but to get some online traffic. If only you knew her well enough…

    Bests,

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    • IdeaSmith July 11, 2012 at 13:22 Reply

      @Archana Bhui: I’ve replied on your blog. It was a privilege to have known Rehab at all and I’m grateful for that.

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  9. umashankar pandey (@uspandey) July 14, 2012 at 13:32 Reply

    Rest in Peace, Rehab.

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  10. Muhammad shafaq ramiz September 14, 2015 at 21:51 Reply

    She was a brilliant writer , I really missing her .. even I hadn’t met her 😦 btw

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