Four years after two sisters took over the barber shop for men in Kushinagar owned by their father after he suffered a paralysis attack, district administration finally reached out to the two girls offering them monetary assistance and assurance of all possible help to enable them to start a beauty parlour instead to help them secure a decent living.

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It was in 2014 when the two sisters Jyoti and Neha – then aged 13 and 11 respectively – were not left with an option but to take care of their father Dhruv Narayan’s barber shop after he was left bed ridden following a paralysis stroke.

In order to avoid possible criticism over gender issues, they dressed up like boys and attended the customers who came in for a haircuts and shave.