Meet Sohna And Mohna, 19 Year-Old Conjoined Twins Who Are Aspiring To Be Musicians(Watch Video)

Sohna and Mohna were born with one of the rarest medical conditions in the world. They share a stomach, liver and an anus together. Although they are conjoined, they explained that they are able live their lives separately.

Pingalwara Association raised twins who were born into a poor family in Delhi, India, and were abandoned shortly after birth. The brothers, who share two legs and four arms, coexist in perfect harmony and can carry out daily tasks together.

When asked whether their parents are still alive, they explained that their parents rejected them when they were born.They have two heads, one body and same genital but different feeling. They said in the video that they can’t run because their hearts beat faster.

Mohna and Sohna are aspiring to be musicians in the future. They are currently working in a government institution in India as electrical engineers.

When explaining their love life, they said they want to marry the same person. ”We want to marry the same person. We both loved the same girl once”.

Mohna and Sohna also shares their day-to-day activities. ” We are always together and there is no point in jealousy. We have many work-related discussions in our free time. We don’t remember fighting, maybe in our childhood. Sometimes one of us can wake up early if the sleeper is tired, the other tries to sleep again.

“We have normal intelligence level. It is not high, it is average.” They explained that they love their condition and never thought of being separated.


Conjoined twins – sometimes popularly referred to as Siamese twins – are twins joined in utero. A very rare phenomenon, the occurrence is estimated to range from 1 in 49,000 births to 1 in 189,000 births, with a somewhat higher incidence in Southwest Asia and Africa. Approximately half are stillborn, and an additional one-third die within 24 hours. Most live births are female, with a ratio of 3:1.

Two theories exist to explain the origins of conjoined twins. The more generally accepted theory is fission, in which the fertilized egg splits partially.The other theory, no longer believed to be the basis of conjoined twinning,is fusion, in which a fertilized egg completely separates, but stem cells (which search for similar cells) find similar stem cells on the other twin and fuse the twins together. Conjoined twins share a single common chorionplacenta, and amniotic sac, although these characteristics are not exclusive to conjoined twins, as there are some monozygotic but non-conjoined twins who also share these structures in utero

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SOURCE: Wikipedia and Discover with Ruhi Cenet on Youtube

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