In 2014, a great tragedy occurred in Jyoti and Neha Kumari’s family.
Their father was bedridden. Initially, the young residents of Uttar Pradesh, India, who were 13 and 11 years old at the time, lived off their savings.
But when the money ran out, they realized it was time to earn a living.
Their father owned a barbershop, and the sisters started working there.
Unfortunately, male customers looked down on the young employees, unable to understand how the girls could grasp anything about matters like hairstyling and shaving for men.
Jyoti and Neha changed their names to male names, cut their hair short, and started wearing male clothing, pretending to be brothers.
Of course, the villagers knew their secret.
But the salon was constantly visited by customers from other regions who had no idea who the young workers really were.
Naturally, Jyoti and Neha had to endure a lot of ridicule due to their “peculiarity,” but they didn’t give up.
By the way, the customers were so pleased with their efforts that the girls finally revealed their secret and returned to their feminine appearance.
The story of their selfless service to the family became public knowledge.
And a government official personally met the sisters to present them with an award.
The girls’ father, who only recently began to get out of bed, still can’t work.
With tears in his eyes, the man expressed how proud he was of his daughters and how proud he had been of them all these years.