Who Is Your Friend?

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A friend is someone who knows us inside-out!

The only relation we make on our own during the lifetime!

The relation without terms and conditions!

The innocent relation in which we dont checks Kundalis before we make it.

It just happens!

Friends are amazing people who will never miss a single chance to put you in funny troubles to make a fun out of it!

They are the stupid genius who respect and stand by us all the time!

We dont seek any permission from them to assign any task to them!

Today, On the Friendship day, i remember the ideal and influential example of the friendship of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu.

Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu’s Friendship:


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During the Samudra Manthan (The Churning of the ocean), the first thing came out from the ocean was the lethal poison known Halahala.

The poison was so powerful that could destroy all of creation.

Terrified gods and demons approached Lord Vishnu, a protector and preserver of the world. Lord Vishnu knew there is only one person who can save from this calamity.

Lord Vishnu asked Lord Shiva to save the world from the calamitous situation.

Lord Shiva followed the words of a friend Lord Vishnu and swallowed the lethal Poison, Halahala. Lord Shiva’s consort Goddess Parvati grabbed his throat to prevent the poison from going inside the body and affecting the universe inside Lord Shiva.

How ideal and adorable friendship is between Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu!

Lord Vishnu approached his friend Lord Shiva because he knew he only could save the world and Lord Shiva followed his friend’s world without any doubt!

It explains the ideal friendship, the trust and faith in friendship.

The friendship is not just about partying and taking selfies together. it’s a connection and unbreakable bond between the friends who know how to and when to save and help each other.

Dedicated to all the friends like “Tere Jaisa Yaar Kahan…”

Happy Friendship Day!

Phonic Words




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