A child’s bond with his first teacher is special in many ways. And at times this connection can last for a lifetime.
30 years ago, a 3-year-old boy introduced himself as Captain Rohan Bhasin to his playschool teacher. Little did he know that one day he would be piloting the flight in which she was flying.
Sudha Satyan who was travelling from Delhi to Chicago went down the memory lane when she heard the announcement of the captain’s name. She then requested the air hostess to let her meet the pilot.
This captain was none other than her playschool student from 30 years ago. The two hugged each other with tears in their eyes.
Rohan’s mother took to Twitter to share the emotional moment.
#WarmsTheCocklesOfMyHeart….— Nivedita Bhasin (@nivedita_bhasin) March 24, 2019
During Playschool admission, the teacher asked my son his name.
Nonchalantly he answered, “Capt Rohan Bhasin”.
And he was just 3.
And today, the same teacher was enroute to Chicago.
And he was indeed the Captain. 🤗👨✈️#StudentTeacherReunion❤️ pic.twitter.com/nGAqZSKUnF
The heartwarming post soon caught attention of the people on Twitter.
What a lovely reunion!— Janaki Kulkarni (@janaki_kulkarni) March 24, 2019
Just imagine that moment when she hears “Capt Rohan Bhasin” Your son must have been thrilled. Indeed #WarmsTheCocklesOfMyHeart .— Louvina Andrade (@LouvinaA) March 25, 2019
Being a teacher I can understand what madam Sudha must be feeling. I have goosebumps seeing this wonderful Reunion.❤️— Indu Jha 🇮🇳 (@indu_00) March 26, 2019
A heartwarming incident indeed.