A poverty stricken couple in India dream of seeing their two-year-old conjoined twins live separate lives after doctors offered hope of life changing surgery.
Pushpanjali Kanhar, 25, from Kandhamal, in Orissa, eastern India, was shocked to give birth to two boys fused at the head, in a local hospital, on March 9, 2015.
She had no idea there were any complications until she saw her sons, Honey and Singh, were born connected at the cranium.
Scans quickly confirmed they each had a brain and were only conjoined at the tip of their heads.
But after two desperate years of attempting to find an affordable doctor to help, the couple failed and were forced to return home.