Daughters are truly priceless!
Whenever it comes to making sure parents are healthy and well, daughters can always be seen on the forefront – making sacrifices, doing their best unconditionally. And it was proven once again by Rakhi Dutta.
Rakhi, a 19-year-old from Kolkata, donated 65% of her liver to her father, who was suffering from a serious liver ailment and required an immediate transplant.
The news came to light when an Entrepreneur Harsh Goenka shared the lovely story on his twitter handle.
Rakhi Dutta, a 19 year donated 65% of her liver to her father who was suffering from a serious liver ailment, without even thinking of the scars, pain or any future threat.
A daughter’s love for her father is always very special.
An answer to all who think daughters are useless.. pic.twitter.com/BMbRaMhM88
— Harsh Goenka (@hvgoenka) April 18, 2019
“Rakhi Dutta, a 19 year donated 65% of her liver to her father who was suffering from a serious liver ailment, without even thinking of the scars, pain or any future threat. A daughter’s love for her father is always very special.”
And the twitter went crazy looking at the girl’s bravery and sacrifices. The post went viral with thousands of people talking about it, and wishing a speedy recovery to the father-daughter duo.
Wishing both Father Daughter a healthy life ..God bless them ????????????
— mahua dey (@mahuadey20) April 18, 2019
Rakhi’s act is a tight slap on the face of the people who consider daughters as a burden. It made the society realize why daughters should be the real love of every father’s life and should be treated with love and respect.
Now one càn understand the value of a girl child.
— Dr.Gyanaranjan (@DrGyanarsvp) April 19, 2019
A father commented on why daughters are priceless.
Daughters are priceless ????. I am reminded of this thing every time I come home from office my 1y old is so excited to see me back!
— To the point (@skejanthkar) April 18, 2019
It’s the beginning of a lifetime of happiness. Mine is 19 now, but she remains the same little bundle curled up in my arms when she was born 🙂
— दृष्टिकोण (@vikaasssahay) April 19, 2019
Rakhi’s gesture has triggered a conversation around an important topic – “How we treat our Daughters in India?”
At IForHer, we believe our daughters deserve to be treated with respect and not considered a burden. There have been numerous examples where our daughters have proven they are not only an asset for their parents but also for society as a whole, and we need to make sure they get their due.
We would like to know how you think it can be done. Do share your thoughts here and we will publish it on IForHer platform for our community members to gain inspiration from.