Usually when we miss someone we make a phone call or send a message. One sister was different when she wrote a letter when everything was available at the fingertips. Krishnapriya’s sister wrote the letter to settle her brother’s quarrel. Krishnapriya is an engineer in Peermede Peruvanthanam Grama Panchayat, Idukki district. Krishnapriya has a habit of texting her brother on International Brotherhood Day every year.
Krishnapriya was unable to greet her brother Krishnaprasad due to work rush. But I have to say that it was a big problem. It was only when her brother got into a fight and did not pick up the phone that Krishnapriya realized that something was amiss. With this, Krishnapriya decided to write a letter sharing her memories with him. But when I started writing, the letter did not stand on one or two sheets of paper. Following this, Krishnapriya bought 15 rolls of bills and completed the letter in 12 hours.
Even the post office staff were shocked when they arrived to send the letter. The 434 meter long letter weighs 5 kg. Anujan Krishnaprasad was also shocked when he looked at Chechi’s gift package. In the letter, Chechi shared the news from the birth of Aniyan. Krishnapriya’s younger brother was born when she was 7 years old. The incident went viral after it was sent to the Kolkata-based Universal Records Forum. Their reply was that the letter was a record. With this, Krishnaprasad’s sadness not only changed but his happiness doubled.