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Real Life Friendship Stories that will Leave You Amazed


Happy Friendship Day

‘Two may talk together under the same roof for many years, yet never really meet; and two others at their first speech are old friends.’

Such is the story of friendship. Friendships don’t depend on years of togetherness, age, religion, blood relations, schools, subjects, passions, etc. It is a strong bond of mutual affection and understanding that comes naturally and is then nurtured with care, trust, respect and stuff like that.

Let’s browse through some real life friendship stories here.

When school ties two people together

Prerna Shekhawat and Durga Jakhar both met at school. During those days at the Ryan International School, both the girls developed a bond that is going to last a lifetime now. They moved separate ways for higher studies – Prerna to Maharani College and Durga to ICG college but are friends and will remain great friends to each other for many more years to come. Cheers to their friendship!

When besties find each other after 6 years

They were 3 years old and had just entered school when they met. Then they became friends, lost contact and one day reunited. Here we talk about Dakshita and Suchitra, who lost contact for 6 long years after the later moved to another city. But then one evening a call from her childhood bestie seemed as if they have always been together. And now they are the best of friends, always together!

Happy Friendship Day to all! Check out the best places to visit with your friends this Friendship Day.

 


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