Her mother left her husband and the four children for another man, and the father took care of the kids as much as he could. He only had a casual job as a Koelie, and that wasn't enough to pay for the kids education and food. So Bibisha and her brother Bikram were put in the streets of Boudha to beg for money and food with only five years old. Her father used to drink a lot and beat them after they came back with the money of the day, the conditions in their house weren't the best. The house was made from mud and they shared one room between all of them. One day Mr. Ram Hari saw Bibisha and her brother begin near the Boudha Stupa sitting with their father. He asked them to visit their house, after watching the poor conditions of it he decide to take the kids to Sundarijal Children's Home. Her father died recently, so now they have no relatives to take care of them. They are for siblings, Bibisha, Bikram and Binita lives here in the chidlren's home. They also have a big brother that is living his own life.
She is an obedient girl going through class 3. With 11 years old, she has been living in the children home for five years now. In school she behaves like a normal girl, always doing the homework and being really active when the teacher ask any question. Maybe she is not one of the top students of the class, but she is responsible and very happy to learn every day. Her favorite subjects are english, grammar and math. She is always there doing something, in music class she is learning the flute. She also loves dancing and getting dress with Nepali traditional clothes. As other kids she is a little bit shy at first, but after some minutes if she feels comfortable she will not stop talking and asking for attention. Bibisha is also into martial arts, being part of the taekwondo class that every saturday morning they have here in the house.