Akash is thirteen years old. His home lies Laxminiya village in Rautahat district. He has parents, three younger brothers and a elder sister. His family has a small hut on other's land. Akash's father is rickshaw puller and mother works as a wage labourer in other's farm. But Akash and his elder sister weaved carpet in Kathmandu. Mother is unable to send younger brothers school.
Akash's father comes empty hand everyday from work. He spoils all earned money on alcohol every day and asks evening meal with meat. He beats mother if she says 'no'. He beats everyone including mother. Akash and his brothers have to sleep on road. His mother also escapes running away from home. Akash and his family are having trouble from his father's alcoholic addiction. His mother loves them all but her earning far short for their hand to mouth problem. Akash tells the story how many times they passed days on starvation.
He gave up school when he was studying at grade two. Akash said that father spent on alcohol the money mother gave for his school fee and had to drop school. His mother sent him and sister Kathmandu to weave carpet along with broker. They weaved carpet with the broker for four month. The broker scolded and bit them for weaving carpet slow. The food was bad and sleeping room was cold and dirty. He did not know how much wage he got.
Akash weeps when he remembers his father. He wishes his father had loved them as other's father do. He several times broken down watching his age children going school. GoodWeave inspector found him on 7 March, 2007 weaving carpet in a factory. Now Akash is reading in Laboratory Higher Secondary School in grade seven and obtained 67% mark in final examination. He is very happy now. Akash is friendly to his friends. He feels nice to study. He is open to talk. He likes to work for disadvantaged children like him days to come.