J.K. Rowling is the famous and renowned author of the Harry Potter series. And as children, all of us loved watching the science fiction movie series and vivacious readers loved reading her work. Some still have the books with them and read those in their leisure time. But this time, our respect and love for her has increased not because of her work or Harry Potter series, but because of the kind of human being she is. Despite being so famous and having so many fans, she is still grounded and this we know by the way she replies to her fans. Recently, a 12 year old student, Kulsum Banoo Bhatt of Haji Public School, wrote an essay on her. Her eassy went viral all over Twitter after her teacher posted a picture of the same after correcting it. In her essay, Kulsum wrote that she aspires to become a writer like J.K. Rowling and wishes to meet her once she grows up and becomes a renowned writer. [caption id="attachment_40561" align="alignnone" width="499"] Source[/caption] Kulsum is her family's first member who has learnt to read and write English. Well, J.K. Rowling did notice the tweet of her teacher and requested the full name of the studnet who had written the essay on her. [caption id="attachment_40563" align="alignnone" width="502"] Source[/caption] Rowling sent big gift boxes with lots of gifts and products. She sent those goods to Kulsum so she could give those gifts to whomever she liked, friends, teachers classates. The box of the gift comprised of th entire series of Harry Potter books and other gifts like stationery products inspired from the characters of the book. [caption id="attachment_40562" align="alignnone" width="502"] Source[/caption] Kulsum's teacher, who shared her essay earlier, took to her Twitter account again and wrote, “Today was our last day of class before Term 1 exams and look what arrived in the mail.” She also added “Gifts from JKR with personalised notes for Kulsum. All of class 7 (along with their director Sabbah Haji lost their minds. (sic),” In the thread of the tweets posted by the teacher, she also posted a video in which we can see Kulsum reading out Rowling's hand written note which says, “I have sent some things. I hope you like them. I am also impressed by your English. It would be an honour to meet you one day. With Love.” Another video shows her classmates equally excited and elated recieving the gifts from the author. A teacher in the video says that this video should encourage everyone to read more. This event even made the teachers very excited which eventually led to the cancellation of the test which the students had.