Shama Hussain's journey from Bengal village to Delhi is a quintessential story of migrant worker
Tripti Nath/New Delhi
Fifty-year-old Shama Hussain, a household cook in South Delhi houses has come a long way. As a practicing Muslim, she prays five times a day. She has never been discriminated against on religious grounds by any of her Hindu employers, whose support was so crucial in helping her with her obligations.
Shama wears spectacles and has a neat appearance with oiled hair pulled back in a bun. Narrating her backstory, Sham...