My years in Bhavya began when I was a boy of four, and came to an end when I was sixteen. During those twelve years of my life, I have been fortunate to have met several people who have played crucial roles in my growth as a human being. I have made staunch friends who have helped me in many important ways. The most important thing I have learnt growing up in Bhavya is that my actions not only affect me, but others, too. This is one thing that I will remember, forever.
It has now been a year since I left Bhavya and I still have to face questions like, "How do you feel coming out into the real world after spending twelve years in Bhavya?" All I wish to say in response is that those years in Bhavya have helped me grow as a human being and have given me confidence to overcome the hurdles I face in life today. In my academics too, I have fared well, as I was never required to restrict my learning to any particular syllabus.
In Bhavya, I have lived a life filled with joy and excitement, mixed here and there with moments of minor disagreements and the pains of growing up.
Nevertheless, it is a life I value most dearly.