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Monday, 18 January 2021

the widow taught 5 children through black labor, two daughters became poli

Nakhtrana Magibai:Despite being uneducated, the widow taught 5 children through black labor, two daughters became police




Despite her young husband's death, she overcame many adversities without losing her temper

It is difficult to imagine the plight of Mobhi, the sole breadwinner of the household, when she suddenly leaves, the responsibility of raising her 4 daughters falls on her head and a child is raised in her womb. Even though Bhaida is losing his temper in the face of such a calamity, when a woman called Abla becomes a 'man' and makes her way through the broken mountain of sorrow, she feels like paying homage.

This is the story of Magibai Badia, a Scheduled Caste woman from Nakhtrana. Magibai, now at the age of 51, was just 34 years old when the shocking news came that her husband Devjibhai, who had gone abroad to earn a living, had died suddenly. For Magibai, on the one hand, the death of her husband was a tragedy, on the other hand, the difficult question of raising and nurturing 4 daughters of a minor and a child became a monstrous question. The fifth child was still growing in the womb. The responsibility of the whole house fell on the uneducated Magibai. Here begins the story of the widow's mother's struggle.

Jayashree, the eldest 15-year-old daughter at the time of her husband's death, was gifted in teaching but at such a difficult time she came up with the idea of ​​setting up a school and working as a laborer with her mother to support the family financially. Even though he was uneducated, he taught the children by working on the farm or by doing casual labor in the name of giving them a good education. Sometimes Bhai Bharmalbhai Kudecha helped his sister and also gave guidance on the study of nieces and nephews. Of course, the women of the village advised Magibai not to educate their daughters. I heard many such things but without counting them, I had only one goal that is to teach children.

Jayashree, who lost his father's umbrella at an early age, started tuition classes, sewing classes to help financially at home, and also took on the responsibility of teaching his younger siblings. Thus, due to the hard work of the mother and the marriage of the daughters, today both the daughters Jayashree who went to PTC, BA as well as Nisha B.A. Has been appointed to the Police Department after higher studies up to. He has also completed 4 months of training. As both daughters are recruited into the police, Magibai proudly tells people today that they are both my daughters in khaki uniforms.

My husband's dream of educating his children came true:
After the sudden death of my husband Magibai, the responsibility of running the house fell on my head, I was always worried that there would be nothing left to educate my 4 daughters and one child. It was the husband's dream to educate the children which has come true today. No day has ever pressured the children to decide which field to go to, even though I have worked day and night without seeing it, but
now it seems to me that the sun of happiness has risen.

Sister Jayashree became a peer and made me capable today: Nisha



Nisha, the third daughter of Magibai.

B.A. Nisha, the third daughter of Magibai, a widow who has studied till now, has also been appointed as a police constable along with her elder sister and is currently undergoing training at Bhuj. Big sister Jayashree cooperated a lot during the preparation for the competitive exam, taught. And the older sister remained a peer. My sister is an equal partner in my mother's struggle.

I could not have become a policeman today without the cooperation of my parents: Jayashree


                                                               Jayshreeben

Dr. B.R. Considering Ambedkar as an ideal, Jayshreeben says that his mother did not leave any stone unturned in teaching us. Despite such a catastrophe, my mother taught us day and night, worrying about our learning.



 Saying that constable in police is the first step of my success, Jayshreeben said that after getting married, I got a job in police, now training is going on in Patan, I give the credit to my mother-in-law and husband Nikhil. Competitive exams have always been encouraged by the husband.

 The in-laws have also given me a lot of motivation in this regard. Must get education in any situation and especially daughters. A woman is not weak but strong, if any daughter has a foothold in Bhanigani, self-esteem will automatically shine in her, and there is no harm in making a dent in any field.

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