31 years of friendship: An Indian man meets up with a former Pakistani classmate in London and shares an adorable photo

Two long lost friends from India and Pakistan recently met in London after many years in a joyous reunion. These two were classmates at Cambridge, and their bond continued from those days to now, and it’s been 31 years! People from all over the world were moved by the reunion photo, which captures the incredible moment they came together. Despite the geographical and political differences between their countries, their friendship remained unwavering for decades.

This wonderful story demonstrates the strength of friendship, resilience, and the capacity for cross-cultural divides. As tensions continue between India and Pakistan, this gathering reminds us that human relationships can transcend borders and inspire understanding and compassion. The precious snapshot represents hope and reminds us of the importance of cultivating friendships regardless of origin or nationality.

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31 years together: Indian and Pakistani classmates in Cambridge reunite and it’s adorable

Rathin Roy PhD (Cambridge). Indian citizen Ali Cheema PhD (Cambridge). Citizen of Pakistan Scholarship students ordinary background 31 years of friendship, collegiate affection. We can still meet without getting lynched Thank you London the melting pot of the subcontinent ♥️ pic.twitter.com/nc4SWtAKiR

—rathin roy (@EmergingRoy) July 17, 2023

The man from India shared a photo of himself with a friend from Pakistan. Rathin Roy and his friend Ali Cheema received PhDs from Cambridge University. The two common men came to Cambridge on scholarships, and their bond lasted 31 years.

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“Rathin Roy (Cambridge) PhD”. Ali Cheema (Cambridge) is an Indian citizen. Pakistani scholarship students from ordinary backgrounds have 31 years of collegiate friendship and affection. We can still meet without getting lynched. “Thank you London, the melting pot of the subcontinent,” Roy tweeted. The two men are wearing pink shirts and are smiling broadly in the snapshot.

An Indian and a Pakistani have been classmates at Cambridge for 31 years, they meet againTwitter/@EmergingRoy

The bond between these two has captivated people online and everyone is in awe. As they plan their meeting, London is the place where these two people from different areas can meet without any tension or restriction. Well, this meeting is the one that should be cherished for life and loved by all.

Friendship conquers all, and the internet is all too happy to see your photo

The post was shared a few days ago, and so far, it has garnered more than 75,900 views, 96 retweets, 1092 likes, 9 bookmarks, and many heartwarming comments.

In the comments section, you can see people showering love and power on these two men who are only too happy to reunite. Some people have found these two cute, while other users have said it’s a ‘sweet photo’, ‘great click’, and some are very happy to have posted this image on social media. There are some comments that are happy with the place. London is indeed a melting pot of cultures, free and open.

What a sweet photo. 🥸

—Neha Sinha (@nehaa_sinha) July 18, 2023

Big click! Dr. Ali Cheema is a Pakistani legend.

— Ahmad Iqbal・احمد اقبال (@AhmadIqbalCh) July 17, 2023

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Love it ❤️🌹 Keep thinking deep to find solutions to improve the lifestyles of poor compatriots… I appreciate your open analysis

— Shantanu Chakravarty (@shantan47680061) July 18, 2023

Melting Point of the ELITE subcontinent, to be completely sure.

—Athul George Appadan (@AppadanAthulG) July 17, 2023

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