One community was rescued from the Great Depression because of CocaCola.
So, sort of. During the Great Depression, a local, trusted banker in Quincy, Florida, advised anybody who would listen to buy in Coca-Cola stocks, which were then selling for $19 per share. Many people took his advise, and when the company's stock rose as he predicted, more people followed. Soon, at least 67 people (in a community of less than 7,000) had become "Coca-Cola billionaires," making Quincy the richest town in the United States per capita.
IN COMPARISON TO OTHER INDIAN FESTIVALS, THE CHHATH PUJA REQUIRES THE MOST DIVERSE FOOD AND OTHER ITEMS AND INGREDIENTS.
ONCE THE CHHTH PUJA BEGINS, THE FAMILY IS COMMITTED TO PERFORMING YEARLY AND PASSING ON TO THE NEXT GENERATION.