AusBangla Indian Grocery Store, Cannington, Perth, WA (Halal)

AusBangla Indian Grocery Store, Cannington, Perth, WA (Halal)

First Bangladeshi Shop In Perth, Western Australia (Serving Since 2003)

Convenience Store/Retail/Wholesale Shop for Bangladeshi, Indian, Pakistani, Sri-Lankan And Oriental Foods, Spices, Fresh Water Fish, Sea Foods, Frozen Vegetables, Halal Meat, Fruit Juices, Traditional Authentic Indian Sweets etc.

Student Discount, Western Union Money Transfer – Send Money Overseas

Business Hours

  • Open 7 Days
  • Monday-Sunday: 9:30 am-7:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:30 am To 8:30 pm

Contact

  • AusBangla Indian Grocery Store, Cannington, Perth, WA (Halal)
  • Address: Shop #4, 1468 Albany Hwy (Corner Of Nicholson Road & Albany Hwy), Cannington, Perth, WA 6147
  • Telephone: 08 9356 3746
  • Mobile: 0402 460 677
  • Fax: 08 9356 3747
  • Email: ausbanglaenterprises@yahoo.com.au

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5 Responses to “AusBangla Indian Grocery Store, Cannington, Perth, WA (Halal)”

  1. Monika Zechetmayr/Peter Edwards Says:

    Dear Shamid:

    Please, excuse my addressing you with such a familiar name but it was given to me from an Indian Store owner in Maylands.

    The reason I am writing to you has nothing to do with food, however, we do enjoy Indian food.

    The reason I am writing is that we support a 7-year old boy in Bangladesh through World Vision and we have searched for a year with the
    consulate, the high commission, translation services (which are VERY Expensive, like $ 400 per a 2-page letter), have asked people at many occassions,
    and finally, the owner of the Mayland’s Indian Food Store said
    I ought to contact you because you might be of help to us.

    We are looking for a person who’d translate the letters we receive from the boy (that’s only every 3 months or so) and the letters we send to him.
    We send letters more often as friends and relatives travel and then send us postcards and we write a little story with the postcards and then send
    the story with the cards – but we are not sure if he receives or anyone translates the letters.
    We have send birthday presents and maps of Australia and the Globe.

    When we lived in Tasmania there was a person who translated those letters for us.

    We are most willing to pay the translator but not $ 400 for a letter, however, would like to come to a reasonable agreement with the translator.

    We are looking forward hearing from you and if you can be of any help to us.

    Kind Regards,
    Monika and Peter

  2. Ahamed sufi tofail Says:

    Dear Peter and Monika,

    I was surprised to see your urge which should be done by anybody. I am a Bangaldeshi and could do this as free of cost if you can scan the letter at my email address.

    Waiting for your reply

    Ahamed, Sufi Tofail
    email : stahamed@gmail.com

  3. Monika and Peter Says:

    Dear Ahamed,

    Thank you for your unexpected answer to a long search for a Bangladeshi speaking person who could translate a letter for “our” boy in Bangladesh.

    We appreciate very much your help in this matter, however, as we didn’t hear anything for 6 weeks, we just send a letter in English with postcards to the boy in Bangladesh.

    Our next letter will be sometime later in October. May we send send you a letter for translation to you then?

    Is it correct, if we address you as Ahamed or shall we say Sufi Tofail?

    Kind Regards,
    Monika and Peter
    http://www.monzec.netfirms.com

  4. Ahamed sufi tofail Says:

    Dear Monika and Peter

    You are always welcome.

    My preferred name is Sufi Tofail.

    Thanking you

    Sufi Tofail Ahamed
    Vice President &
    Head of Information Communication Technology
    Dhaka, Bangladesh

  5. Tanvir Says:

    Dear Monika and Peter

    I live in Perth, if you need any help please let me know.

    Regards
    Muhammad Tanvir
    System Administrator
    DEC, WA

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