Koder and Pnina, also known as Princilla (with Isaac, Moses and Miriam Ashkenazy née Howard). Miriam was married in Bombay to Isaac Judah Ashkenazy, in 1906 and had five children, Flora, Judah, Solomon, Seemah and Koder.
Miriam died in Calcutta in 1965 at a very old age. Miriam was deeply religious and loved to read. She was also a psychic, and would table-rap the spirits. Miriam and her sister Rachmah lived with Koder - Miriam's son, in Calcutta.
Koder and Pnina were married on September 9, 1954, and have 4 sons - Isaac, David, Moses and Michael Ashkenazy. Koder was the Purchase Manager at B.N.Elias, and the President of the Neveh Shalome synagogue in Calcutta.
Pnina worked with the Indian Railway Service and then practiced law at the Guwahati High Court. Pnina was the first Khasi woman advocate.
Pnina was also a poet - many of her poems in Khasi have been made into popular folk songs. Pnina recorded 3 music albums in which she sang- 2 in Hindi, and 1 in English. Pnina was also the first Khasi vocalist to make a music album.
Pnina also taught Ikebana Moribana, the Japanese style of flower arrangement and held numerous solo flower exhibitions at the Academy of Fine Arts, the Botanical Gardens and the Governor's Mansion in Calcutta.