Loading... Born a day after the American Independence in Jalandhar, Punjab, India, I've spent most part of my life there. Studied till 5th standard in St. Joseph's Convent School, Jalandhar, and later had to join Apeejay School, Jalandhar as, perhaps, the former school decided boys could be troublesome in a girls' school after 5th. After completing schooling in APJ (till 12th), joined National Institute of Technology [NITJ] (again, in Jalandhar) as a Computer Science & Engineering student in 2005. During the worst period of downtime (recession), got an on-campus placement in Accenture in 2008. Graduating from college took another year after that, and finally joined Accenture in mid-2009. This is my story so far... Btw, you can find me on: google+, twitter last.fm github librarything granular steam
@AnuragBhandari twitter updates
Tech enthusiast, open source evangelist, book worm, software developer, sports fan, passionate gamer, movie buff.
  • Believe me, Moto E is a nice phone with good battery life. It's my new buddy, my best friend. #DoesEverything #UsabilityOverBling @Motorola
  • My Moto E's camera is (embarrassingly) bad. But that's OK as I use it (very) rarely. I'm excited about the upcoming Android Lollipop update. —
  • And suddenly, Moto 360's price has been spiked by Rs. 500 on Flipkart. And it's not even in stock yet. I mean, what the hell! —
Dec 28
Stardust

Stardust

Just a small random poem I scribbled during my last journey to home.

Out I went under the starry sky,
unaware of the full moon shining bright.

So beautiful as was the view;
so much to see, so much to love.

I had only drunk half a glass of its glory
when my eyes turned red and mind heavy.

Lusty eyed I passed out staring at the sky;
what was left to be seem came in my dreams.

Dreams of galaxies far away, but they bust
in the morning when I was woken by stardust.

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