Don’t children in the villages have the right to education? Don’t they have the right to study in a good English-medium school? Don’t they have the right to live with their parents? Or do they always have to be the ones who must migrate in search of good education? Teena is a 13-year-old girl who has always longed to study in a good Englishmedium school. But there are no such schools in her small town. She clears the entrance test to a reputed residential school and then she discovers what it is like to choose between your parents and an education. Which will she choose?
Vidushi Garg is a software engineer and lives in Gurgaon. She was born in Budhana, a small rural town in the state of Uttar Pradesh in north India. Her schooling was from Navodaya Vidyalya, Baghra (2009 batch). She is not a writer by profession, but her love for writing led her to write this book, which is inspired from her journey in Navodaya. In her free time, Vidushi likes to watch movies or chat with her friends. You can connect with Vidushi on Instagram @vidushi.garg.7 or on Facebook.
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