The two met during an occasion when Gates signed a copy of his book How to Avoid a Climate Disaster and gave it to Mahindra. Little did we know that they were former classmates from Harvard University?
Anand Mahindra, an industrialist who is quite active on Twitter and routinely posts intriguing and inspiring content with his more than 10 million followers, stunned netizens when he tweeted a selfie with a former Harvard University classmate. Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, was that classmate.
The two met during an occasion when Gates signed a copy of his book How to Prevent a Climate Catastrophe for Mahindra. Gates autographed the book and sent a nice message that said, “To anand, Best wishes to my classmate! Mr. Bill Gates.”
Mahindra received his magna cum laude in 1977 after studying films and architecture at Harvard University. He earned his MBA from Harvard Business School in 1981. Meanwhile, in 1975, Gates dropped out of Harvard University to create Microsoft.
Mahindra shared the tweet on Tuesday, and it has already earned over 14,000 likes. His comment has stunned the Twitterati.
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