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    Saroo's incredible journey to find his long lost family | 60 Minutes Australia

    There's been a movie made from this also: "Lion" Highly recommended if you haven't seen it. I believe that he and his natural mother shared a telepathic connection all the time.

    Published on 5 Jul 2019


    Few life stories involve such impossible odds, incredible love, and sheer determination as Saroo Brierley's. Born into a poor family in central India, Saroo became lost when he was just five years old. A terrifying train ride took him to the other side of the country. And with no way home, Saroo ended up among the millions of desperate kids living on India's streets. But the love of a Tasmanian couple offered him a new life. He grew up and prospered as a young Australian, but all the while there was a yearning for his long lost family in India. In this 60 Minutes Special, Saroo tells the astonishing story of how he found them (2013).

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    This is an amazing story, I saw both the documentary and the movie a few years ago.

    BTW, 60 minutes in Australia is probably the best show of its kind, they always find these amazing human interest stories from around the world.

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