Zindagi me dost nahi milte, dosto me zindagi milti hai…
The first Sunday of August is each year celebrated worldwide as Friendship Day. A day which is celebrated, considering the valuable role friends play in our life, it was deemed to fit to have a day dedicated to friends and friendship.
There is not much literature on Friendship Day history but there are numerous folktales and several instance in mythological legends that shows that friends and friendship have been valued since the beginning of civilised world.
Now-a-days, Friendship day is beyond friendship bands. Today, friendship is a no profit and loss relationship and is beyond any relation and has an essence of soul. For some, a friend is a person to whom one can tell every bit of the routine, with whom one is’nt shy neither worry of being judged! For some, it is a treasure filled with love, sharing, care, quarrel and every emotion you require to live a life.
When asked about Friendship and its meaning; what a friend mean to you? Delhities answers were filled of friendship stories, Quotes, importance of gifts and food:-P
“Friendship for me is like butter chicken which I love the most and which brings taste and flavour to one’s life. In my life I have lots of friends and I know they are Ka*^#e but are precious to me”, Varun Gupta
“Friends are the family we choose. They come to your place have night stays, sarcastically insults you and helps to understand when others can’t”, Neha arora
“Friends are the major part of my life. A day without them is hard to survive. Friends can understand even my silence. You all #adi #abhi #ashi #anchu #charu #dj #jatin #prateek are precious to me”, Yashi Bhatnagar
“A true friend who would throw you in a well but with a rope attached. So that they could bring you out after thodi der”, Jeel Shukla
A quote for all, someone has rightly said “real friends are the one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out.”
[author image=”http://www.aapkatimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Sonakshi.jpg” ]I am Sonakshi Khurana student at Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies pursuing Bachelors in Journalism and Mass Communication. With a keen interest in social issues, I wish to serve my country for its better and prosperous future [/author]