I wanted to share my condolences to Krishna’s family, friends, and colleagues. I haven’t forgotten the story of his disappearance when it first reached the news a few years ago. It makes me sad that such a young, promising life has come to an end, and tragically so. My deepest sympathies.
Dearest Krishna, We think of you and we miss you, not just today but everyday. Mom and Dad “What we once enjoyed and deeply loved we can never lose for all that we love deeply become a part of us.” -Helen Keller.
Happy Birthday Krishna! (July 26th) The days are drifting by but vivid memories of our brief times together at Microsoft jump to the foreground every time I drive by Building 32 or 85 (almost every day!) since we spent many hours there working together. The last time I saw you, I was working downtown in the Westlake building when you […]
Literally every single interaction I have had with Krishna has been interesting – for the lack of a better word. There isn’t really a word that can do justice to the feelings of wonder, admiration and amusement that he would always bring out in the people he interacted with. In this sense, I have been […]
Firstly I would like to thank all of you for sharing all your memories of your wonderful friend. Have I ever met Krishna? No. Do I know him? Yes. For the last 24 days, through your eyes and memories of him. As a stranger 12458.97 km away why am I posting here? I wanted to […]
A few days ago, my friend and I were having a discussion about the definition of perfection. She was asking me if I knew someone I thought perfect. The first person who came to mind is Krishna. I have known him since 2006. He first came home to give me college admission advice. After listening […]
Krishna has been a constant presence in my life for the past 14 years. Not only did we maintain a beautiful friendship across distance and time, but he was also an incredibly reliable friend. I talked to a mutual childhood friend recently, and we struggled to find the right words to describe Krishna. He was […]
I remember hearing all about Krishna from his very good friend, Lindsey. The first time I met him we were going as a group on the DART train to the Turkey Trot in Downtown Dallas. It was probably one of the most fun train rides I’ve ever been on. I remember him laughing and joking all […]
Always recognized Krishna by his smile.
My experiences with Krishna accentuate the characteristics that he is best known for: his attention to detail, thoughtfulness, and easy going nature. My sister introduced me to Krishna when I moved up to Seattle in the summer of 2011. I knew absolutely no one and nothing about the city, and Krishna took the time to […]
Krishna has been one of my closest friends for the past decade. As evidence that he was one hell of a guy, I submit to you: the many faces of Krishna. Krishna used to be a bit camera shy. This is one of the first real photos I captured of him. Austin, October 2005. Up […]
Krishna and I bonded over the fact that I was from Ohio and he had lived there for a small portion of his life. If you’re from Ohio, you know about the obsession with Cincinnati Chili. One time, while we were hanging out, knowing I was feeling anxious about having moved out of my home […]