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King Weds Mirani

Aman King is the younger son of Omar Luther King and Roma King. He is incidentally the grandson of Maulana M. Tayyebulla who was a Minister in the Bardoloi Cabinet in the late forties and early fifties and was thereafter unanimously elected (unopposed) to the Upper House of Indian Parliament for two terms (12 years). Aman, a software developer, used to work for a product engineering company in Delhi called GlobalLogic, and is now working for another company called ThoughtWorks in Pune.

The King (Junior) claimed his Queen, Arpita (nee Mirani) on January 12, 2008 and the two became one. Aman’s better-half holds a high executive post in Satyam at Pune.

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Frank Christopher's picture

Dear Roma and Omar, Thank you for sharing good and happy news. GOD BLESS APRITA AND AMAN ! With love and regards Frank
kannan's picture

Congratulations Aman and Arpita from your friends and well wishers in Canada. It is really very nice to see you grow up and our prayers will continue for the the Good Lord to continue and bless u and Arpita in your endeavours.
TUMAN BARUA's picture

DEAR ROMA AND OMAR, THANK YOU FOR SHARING THE GREAT NEWS. ANITA, ARCHITA(MY DAUGHTERS0 AND ANIMA JOIN ME IN WISHING AMAN AND AROITA A VERY MARRIED LIFE. WITH LOVE AND REGARDS. ANIMA AND TUMAN
Sarika and Nitaish's picture

Dear Arpita and Aman... Wish you a both very Happy life ahead... brimming with happiness today and always.... :)

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