See 45 Recent Photos Of The Young Beautiful Bearded Lady Who Has Facial Hair More Than Most Men
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Harnaam Kaur, a motivational speaker, a social media star, and a life coach who lives in India was born on 29 November 1990.
She was born in Slough on the 29th of November 1990, she was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) which is due to elevated androgen which is also known as male hormones in females when she was 12 years old.
She worked as a primary school teaching assistant at Khalsa Primary School before she came to media attention in 2014.
Kaur converted to Sikhism when she was 16 years old, and that was one of the reasons she stopped removing her facial hair, which she now describes herself as spiritual rather than religious.
According to Sikhism traditions, they forbid the cutting of hair. Kaur continues to wear her turban or any other head coverings which is Khalsa's tradition of Sikhism.
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