Interesting ShareACoke Stories

I Would Like to #ShareACoke With My ‘Funcle’ – My Fun Uncle!

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Chachus (paternal uncles) are born great. When people say that there can be no one except your parents who can do things for you, I say it is absolutely wrong. Right from the beginning of my life, I have been with my chachu, sharing happiness and sadness altogether. There’s nothing for which he said ‘no’ to me. The bond we share of being friends first is actually a dream for many people. He has been through many ups and downs in his life, but I don’t

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#ShareACoke with ‘Didi’- My Special Word for Affection, Love & Togetherness

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The word ‘Didi’ (elder sister) has a special meaning to me- if I say it that means my older sister is nearby, and if I hear it that means my younger sister is nearby.  My parents emigrated from India to live in the United States in 1971. At the time, my Didi would have been five years old. They left behind their only child because they knew they would have to work at least two jobs each and build up some savings before they could bring her to

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#ShareACoke with Grandma on Her Special Day

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I would like to share a coke with my grandma. It was her 87th birthday on 23rd April for which I wrote the below. And that night when I was flying back from Bombay to Delhi, I found this picture: People believe that there can be no woman who can love you more than your mother. Well, fortunately for me, that is wrong. I have had this woman since the day I was born. She is the first one (and maybe the last one) to ever teach me what unconditional

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#ShareACoke Helped Me Connect with a ‘Bhai’

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On our recent trip to Kahna National Park last month, my friend and I boarded a train from Delhi to Jabalpur. From there, a road trip to the park would take us another four hours, depending upon how good the highway and traffic would be. And thus our journey began. It was one of those ‘fast trains’ which stop for only a few minutes at even fewer stations. The on-board catering hadn’t started; hence, we were waiting for Jhansi Junction, which was

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