Dad: The Saviour

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"Dad, the Saviour" revolves around the hardships and struggles a father faces in his journey of raising his child and still turns out to be the trivialized parent. The author has inked the novella as a dedication to her father, where she has tried to convey the life of her father, how he has encountered different struggles in his life, how he dealt with them and how society has dominated his presence due to his kind nature and clean heart. We have actually built up a culture where the physical pain of the mother is rated a notch above the sacrifices of the father. Mothers are special but fathers are no less. The author has tried to bring out the same, through the life of her own father.

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Khushi Agrawal, daughter of Pankaj and Preeti Agrawal. Born on December 28, 2003. She belongs to Dhangadhi, Nepal. She is 17 years old. She has a fondness for writing because she believes that the things which the tongue fails to express, writing conveys easily. She wants to show the reality to the world which people deny accepting

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