Shazida Khatun : None of us can deny the importance of a family in developing any person. The family is our first school that teaches us about the good and bad. Familial relationships make a person strong. One has the ability to take risks when they know there is family to support them in odd times. But not all of us are so fortunate to have full family support for some reason or the other. In this book The First Trillionaire by Sapna Jha, a similar story is being portrayed and I must say it has been portrayed exceptionally well.
Title: The First Trillionaire
Author: Sapna Jha
Publisher: The Write Place
Genre: Crime, Mystery,thriller
Number Of Pages: 297
There is a lady who has lost her father as well as her husband whom she was married for just a day but somehow by God’s grace she was blessed with a daughter. People consider that child to be outside the wedlock but that is not true and she knows it. Be that as it may, because of this, her life and her kid's life got to be distinctly intense. Still, then, their confidence in Maa Durga brought them well despite seemingly insurmountable opposition and the little girl figured out how to be chosen in top occupations.
But again, life is something that keeps us testing. Similar is there in this story as well. When the daughter gets the job, there are other problems that surround her and make her situation worse. But at all times she never lost hope and faith in Maa Durga and that propped her up. Later in the story, it turns out to be evident that the young lady who was accepted to have no one in her family than her mom really had a family to bolster her and be with her. Individuals work enthusiastically in the quest for happiness and richness yet when there is no family to celebrate with everything just gets to be distinctly worthless.
This story by Sapna Jha has clarified that estimation of a family in one's life. We as a whole lose all sense of direction in our professions overlooking our families, yet this story will make one understand the significance of a family and that without having one, there is no bliss on the planet. The real happiness lies in being with family is what this story taught me.