The hijras are a group of people in India, who constitute what is known in India as the third gender status. The meaning of the third gender for the Indians and also for their communities is to be neither men nor women. In fact Nanda argues that some hijras come from inderterminate background where sometimes baby are born male, female or intersexes. Some also come from males either failing to develop a male body at puberty or either choose to be part of the hijras community by choice. In the indian religion, the author shows that the third sex gender exist and always had a presence through mythological reference. The inability of the hijras to reproduce show that hijras is a community built by outside members that make a conscious choice to join other members. The desire to join this community often comes after the " homosexual" desires of adolescence.