My Story: My Mother Fought Everyone To Make Her Daughter-In-Law; We Knew No One Would Attend Our Wedding

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July 4th, 2017

“She was four years elder than me. She was black but beautiful than a fairy. But I had never paid attention to her face because her heart was way more beautiful to cherish. I have never seen someone caring like her in my life. If any woman of the village got sick she must have to be there. In our village woman hardly went to the hospital. Beside midwife, she used to be beside all pregnant women. But in our conservative village, most of the people talked bad about her. No one was ready to marry her. I had fallen for this crazy girl from my childhood. One day I found the courage to tell it to my mother. Surprisingly my mother fought with everyone to make Hasna her daughter-in-law. We knew that no one would attend our wedding but to surprise the day we got married more than 100 women from the different village came to wish us. I never knew she had given education to all these women. My wife died three years ago. We have no children. For me, her love was enough. After her death, I donated our only piece of land for establishing a girl’s school. I know she must be smiling from heaven.”

– Rohmot Miah


‘She was four years elder than me. She was black but beautiful than a fairy. But I had never paid attention to her face…

Posted by GMB Akash on Friday, March 11, 2016


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