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Yet another Good Bye… #HyderabadDiary #CH01

MAQ.  A place I would always remember for its people.

Starting with a set of people I know from very first day.

Karan M.  :  Who got me scolding for bringing coffee inside the ODC and later became a coffee mate. “Chhote” That’s what he calls me. 🙂

Sarabjeet S. aka Jassi : A pirated yet cute sardar

Rishabh S. : First mentor. Complete source of inspiration

Rahul S., Esha P., Richa A., Faiz K., Mahesh S. : I never got a chance to work with you guys but all the hangouts were simply awesome.

Abhik D. : The coolest manager 🙂

Jalandhar P. : I never called him by his name. It’s always, “Jallus, issues”

Ramya K. : True motivation to make it into MAQ

Kurumoorthy N. : ” Swaroopa rani , done ? ”

Neha S. :  Mam, we still have a pending planned trip. 🙂

Rahul G. : Lunch buddy.. Fastidious, connoisseur and gourmet.. Too much ho gaya na 😉

Anshul N. : Who got me the name “Chhota champion” . Those small fights for calling each other by nicknames. I would miss them moving ahead.

Babesh : Thank you for surplus of Banana chips 😉

Nupura M., Kalyani K. : ”Amhi maitrini jodichya hathat baga raddichya” 😉

Viyom M., Keshav T., Ashutosh S. :  Late night work and TT practice .. Ashu, see I remember your name. 🙂

Harmandeep K. : A friend who always reminded me of my college times. Ashish A., Vishal G. : Too much awesomeness in single names.

Moving to some more special people. (In some cases lines followed after name are exact the same lines used by the character on daily basis.:D)

Anusha S. : ummm.. Speaks less n listens more.. “Pizza party Anusha” 😀 did I mention she speaks less 😛

Priyanka K. : “Arrey kyan re Rameez” “Arrey behen.. Kaisi ho behen? ”  who never called me without putting “maate” after my name.. “humn aise hi bulayenge.. “Kitty Party chale ?” 😉

Neetipal S. : “Arrey churan dadi, subah subah.. churan mat do..” “Kya karu Meri shakal hi aisi hai.” “Koi na..”

Sudhar jao neetipal abhi bhi waqt hai.. 😛

Pradip S. : “Han. Han. jao akele akele.. ghumo hame chhodke.. neetipal chal yar hum bhi movie jate h.. “, “Kya re popat!”

Sudhakar K. : “Projector laya hai bhai gharme . Movie dekhenge roj ab.”

Rameez M. : “Arrey man .. Not required man.”,” Neetipal, chal kucch Accha khate hai ” , he says  “Arrey ghochu” and everyone turns towards him . “Aisi team k sath kam kar Raha hun.. ghochu bulata hun toh har koi mudke dekhta hai.”, “Arrey sreekar, let me buy u a nice gift man “, “Han anusha, ghumo ghumo! ” “Mashallah! “, “Arrey manager sab kuch Accha khilao yar hume.”, “Rahul baba, kitna hua ?” “Umm.. Don’t push it ”

Rashi G. aka Mother : “Arrey wo ravan…”while referring to Rameez 😛

Dharmender S. aka Praji : “Arrey koi phek do re isko uthake.. kahase lati h ye itne saste”, “Han phir kat do mera . Jao akele akele KFC!”, “Appu kadam Kabhi toh kuch khilade. ”

Sreekar S. aka Tiger : aaaaooo…  Too much coincidence for people who he is teased with and who work under him. 😀

Rahul S. aka Rahul baba : “Han Han sab ho jayega .. ”

Sorabh G. : Cadence meetings and daily calls are interesting with you being there. Check ins and Merges. 😀  I thank you and Pradip for constant supply of Robo 😛 You have always given a much needed support and encouragement to the team.

Debarupa S. : “corn and prawn zeal is on ..! ” 😉 “Chhutki” a nick I got from her.

Anurag G., Prity D., Rohit J.Sam C., Sneha T., Pallavi C. aka Pallama, Anchal D., Saipriya T. Had I not bumped into any one of you guys my coffee breaks  would have been incomplete.  🙂

Ram C. : Thank you so much for the trust and faith you had for me. I hope I did not let u down.


After all, Life is like a journey on a train… with its stations… with changes of routes… and with accidents!

At birth we boarded the train and met our parents, and we believe they will always travel on our side.

However, at some station our parents will step down from the train, leaving us on this journey alone.

As time goes by, other people will board the train; and they will be significant i.e. our siblings, friends and even the love of our life. Many will step down and leave a permanent vacuum. Others will go so unnoticed that we don’t realize that they vacated their seats!

This train ride will be full of joy, sorrow, fantasy, expectations, hellos, goodbyes, and farewells.

Success consists of having a good relationship with all the passengers…requiring that we give the best of ourselves.

The mystery to everyone is:

We do not know at which station we ourselves will step down.

So, we must live in the best way – love, forgive, and offer the best of who we are.

It is important to do this because when the time comes for us to step down and leave our seat empty – we should leave behind beautiful memories for those who will continue to travel on the train of life.

I wish you a joyful journey for the coming year on the train of life. Reap success and give lots of love.

More importantly, thank God for the journey!

Lastly, I thank you for being one of the passengers on my train!

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