My education is my hero which made me capable today to get a chance to explore a new way of learning for approaching different lives of the different societies through rigorous Liberal arts curriculum in Asian University of Women and raise my voice through Pulse Wire. I am a girl from a village, Panauti, 32 kilometers away from the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu, but still undeveloped and lack of infrastructural facilities. I am a girl born in a society where women are thought to be the machine only who work for their in laws, husband and husband's relatives after marriage and are forced to involve in house chores in their own birth home to be trained for the future. Although the ages have passed talking about women rights, women in my village still depend on their husband for every single matter. With a less freedom than sons, parents have allowed their daughters to go to school nowadays. In this sense I want to say myself luckier than the every those other girls in my society who luckily have got chance to get higher studies. Although I didn’t get total freedom in my home, my parents never thought me their burden and always support for my higher studies and my hard labor and my education supports me to stand with proud in my society. My parents showed me a path and my education helps me a lot to justify what is right and what is wrong for me and for my society as woman in this path. So I believe my education is my hero which every time alerts me and encourages me to go ahead.