Resham Kumari (11 years) came to Lord Buddha Home for Children (LBHC) in the year 2008 as an orphan girl. She belongs to village – Nigari, post – Dobhi, district – Gaya and lost her mother Mrs. Chando Devi in the year 2005. Her father, Mr. Nirdo Manjhi later abandoned his kids; Resham and Ankit and re-married. Both children were facing hardships in life and were suffering from social apathy, poverty and illiteracy. They belong to the Musahar or Bhuiyan caste; the most oppressed caste in Bihar. With the help of some villagers, both Resham and her brother Ankit were enrolled at LBHC and started a new chapter of their lives. They are the first literate generation of their family. Resham got admission in Pre-Manav Bharti National School as a student of nursery. She was receptive and sincere towards study. From class I, she has shown her talent. In her previous examination she got 98% marks and was noticed by LBHC and the school management. In the recent annual examination of class II, she has secured 100% marks and is also the Class Topper. She is receiving the appreciation and recognition from her school and the media as well. Her desire to study and her hard work is motivating for other kids as well. She has made everybody proud of her at LBHC and is now an inspiration for every child. She wishes to become a doctor to serve the people in need and distress. We will try our level best to provide her with all the facilities needed to fulfill her dreams. She is a kindhearted, cool minded and sensible girl who cares for other children, said by her housemother Mrs. Radhika Devi. NBJK family is proud of Resham Kumari and wishes for her bright future.