Autobiography Of Autobiography

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On Tuesday the 8th of July, I was born in Biratnagar, Nepal.I was raised by my grandparents Naranath Prasai and Rewati Maya Prasai with the help of my aunts while my mom was finishing her N.I.S Diploma Course in Athletics in Kolkata, India which our family is very proud while my dad was working to provide shelter and food. Living with my grandparents was one of the best parts of my childhood because I got to see what my mother 's parents were like. My grandfather never failed to bring a smile on my face; he shared many fables to me which taught me about the rights and the wrong, the goodness and the badness of the human character and my grandmother never failed to entertain me and taught me classic Nepali games such as “gotti” which is played…show more content…
I was sad for five minutes before my parents and my aunt left me, but right after I was jumping and running around with my new friends. C.I.S taught me a lot about myself. In the next two and a half years I had learned a lot about what I liked, my interests and hobbies. I found out I loved playing sports such as soccer, swimming, and karate and enjoyed dancing. I also learned I was very good at memorizing which helped me win two awards and one of them was for Horlicks. I also made amazing friends who I 'm friends with till this…show more content…
Last Winter, I was given the opportunity to attend an inauguration in Gorkha where we decided to build the school. Attending this event didn 't only open my eyes, but also inspired me in many different ways. Even though my journey to Gorkha was very short, I have learned a lot and have gained a passion for doing more social work for our
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