Memories Remain : Part 1 ( Through mju II)

Finally, our ways parted. The moments can no longer linger, except in my memory palace. These memories, these moments would be the crowing jewels of all.

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Department of Civil Engineering, You’ll be missed.

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This very corridor holds countless laughs, jokes, despairs, sadness with my friends.

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Cold, misty winter mornings always demanded a walk in the Playground.

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For five years I watched this tree, every time when walked out of the Department, through Spring-Summer-Autumn-Winter and so on.

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The path leading to Dr. M.A. Rashid Hall from the campus…

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In the classroom, this is one rare moment when I did something not supposed to be done; taking a picture during a class…

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While most students prefer the Central Cafe, I always opted for The Stuff Canteen, the regular place to have a little snack and a cup of tea. In my (not so)humble opinion, The essence of brotherhood is more dominant and true to the core here than the Cafe.

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In between the OAB and the Machine shop….

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Though I was not a regular in the Gymnasium, but the environment was enjoyable in early winter mornings.

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The overrated overbridge, which was,is and will never be used due to its inefficient placement. It has a nice decorative use though.

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The Dining of Rashid Hall, the place to eat for the residents. Countless times I have cursed the food, ate nonetheless. Never thought I would miss the environment, strangely which I do now…

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One leads to Rashid Hall, another to other halls.

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Mozaffar bhai’s late night tea stall, the place to find relax for a few moments with a cup of tea during the stressful times of semester final examinations.

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Tea, the unrivaled drink for all students. I developed an addiction here, which is probably not going to leave me in my lifetime. But, how it is going to feel like, to drink a cup of tea without a friend; that I am not so sure of.

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View from the corridor in front of Room no. 502. I have passed so many hours standing here, just looking at the view; be it dawn, noon or dusk.

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One of the last sunset I have seen from the corridor…

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White clouds playing with the blue Autumn sky, along with gentle southern breeze. It felt good just to stand there, even for a minute or two..

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These memories will endure, just like this bud blooming out of concrete; for nature finds a way in the harshest of conditions.

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