Baby Mereseini Bainivalu turned one last week.
It was a milestone for her parents Ofa and Kelepi Bainivalu especially after the doctors told them they could not treat her leukemia.
And they are still hopeful that she could be healed, no matter the doctors' prognosis.
"We are glad that we have brought her this far, we have exhausted all avenues to get her help," said the strong-willed Mrs Bainivalu.
Determined, this young couple are not giving up — not just yet.
"We will accept God's will in her life, but we have not lost faith yet.
"If it's God's will for her to live, she will live."
Baby Mereseini who was born a healthy baby was first diagnosed with leukemia when she was just eight months.
Mrs Bainivalu recalled her world came crashing when the doctors back in Fiji told her that her baby girl had very low platelet count in her blood.
She couldn't believe that what she thought was just fast breathing was actually something serious.
"My world just crashed, I didn't know what to believe," she said while they were admitted here in New Delhi.
Their only option was to get bone marrow transplant overseas for their only daughter.
But that required finances.
"We wanted to help our daughter, we looked for help everywhere."
They knocked on every door they knew could help them and had fundraising drives.
"We are grateful to all those who helped us and financed this trip," she said.
In India they were told that if she had to go through bone marrow transplant, a sibling was the most likely donor.
Her older brother Osea is just two years old.
But her parents were determined to help her in whatever way they could.
After one month of close observation, being admitted at the paediatrics intensive care unit and having chemotherapy, the doctors made their final call that there was nothing else they could do.
"The doctors said that we have to go back home because there was nothing else that can be done to help her," said Mrs Bainivalu.
"While it was very hard for us to hear that, we have accepted it and we are glad to go back home to reunite with our young son and all our family members."
They left New Delhi on Saturday morning and arrived yesterday.