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Story : A Woman of Struggle

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Rahela is a village girl of a Muslim family. She is waiting for her HSC result. She dreams to read in a university after the end of her HSC examination. She would be a teacher and will take care of the young students. She is also anxious for her conservative parents. They think otherwise. Educating a daughter is more waste of time and money....................


A Woman of Struggle

Rahela is a village girl of a Muslim family. She is waiting for her HSC result. She dreams to read in a university after the end of her HSC examination. She would be a teacher and will take care of the young students. She is also anxious for her conservative parents. They think otherwise. Educating a daughter is more waste of time and money they thought. In the meantime the result of the exam was published. She passed it with GPA 2. She got very upset and wanted to sit for the exam next year. But her parents did not permit her to do so. Suddenly her parents married her off to an unemployed man. With a very unhappy mind, Rahela entered her husband’s house with the dreams and hopes of a young girl. There she found nothing but want and want. Rahela worked for food to feed herself, her mother-in-law and her husband. When her first son was born, she was only 19. The birth of a children was another mouth of feed. After two years her hard days became harder with the birth of her second child. Her husband was still unwilling to do any work. Therefore, she had to work even harder to feed all the five mouths. From morning till dark she worked and worked. When she was 24, she gave birth to her birth. Days became more difficult for Rahela. She began to work harder but she could never earn enough to feed everyone. Eight years passed and Rahela was still struggling for herself and her family. Then she came to learn about the Grameen Bank. She became a member of the bank, took a loan and started rice-husking business. Gradually she managed to improve her condition. She repaid the loan in time. The bank became satisfied with her. It sanctioned her large loan and she started a stationery shop alongside her rice husking business. In some years, Rahela’s worst days were over. She got solvency (আর্থিক স্বচ্ছলতা), security and happiness.

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