After Neha Sharma’s father became paralysed, she decided to continue his legacy of barbering to support her family. She says she started to dress ‘like a boy’ and cut her hair, so that no-one would harass her or object to her being a barber.
She says she’s managed to create a distinct identity for herself in the Kushinagar region of India’s Uttar Pradesh state.
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