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Pritish Kushari: 1956 – 2021

May 9, 2021
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The Bridge Family mourns the loss of Pritish Kushari and bows down to his memory. Pritish was a  great champion, a passionate and highly respectable person in the bridge circuit. Fondly called as “Sir” he was a silent assassin at the bridge table who ruled the Indian Bridge dynasty for decades together and was a favorite to all the sponsors. He has not left any stone unturned and secured all national titles that has been on the podium. A meticulous and dynamic imaginative person who had the aroma to attract huge fans to watch the scintillating bridge in the premier matches.

He has also trained quite a few stalwarts which was his crowning achievement and his creation, something that he was so rightly proud of. All those fortunate enough to have participated in his classrooms will always remember him as great visionary.

The Bridge Federation of India feels a void at this moment and extends its sympathy to his family.

Rest in peace dear Friend.

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  1. May 29, 2021 at 11:04 pmTonmoy Ghosh

    Kusharida as I used to call him was one of the rare bridge personalities who was endowed with the rare talent of strict silence when I used to report any bridge problem he used to listen , think and there have been cases where after a week he had responded . However when he responded he made sure he laid all our doubts to rest . A genius whom I shall always miss in the bridge field.

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