@lovely: It is easy. Just open the hairs of your son and comb then backwards like a ladies. Then spread out the hairs so that you are able to differentiate the hairs at the sides which would be making the jooda later. Then take some hairs from center of head to make a tuft/strands and cut them with a scissors from near the scalp. This will reduce a lot of volume from the centre and leave the longer hair at the sides. be careful not to cut too much onto the sides. After cutting the center hairs, comb the hairs forward as if to do a jooda and try to make a jooda. See if the size is ok for you. If you find that it needs to be less, then again cut some more hair from the center.I went to parlour with my son to reduce his jooda but the stylist could not get my words what did I want :( someone tell how to do this??
I think you can do it home and it would be nice for your son. Why do you want to reduce the jooda at age 9 of your son? Is it too big at this age. Usually it is not very big at this age. Once you do it then you may go to the parlour later after a week or so to get it shorter/clipperred from them in the centre itself. Then the stylist would know how much to cut. But why can you not go to the barber (nai)? Many do a good job of it. At home you can do it in stages by cutting off some hairs everyday while you comb the hairs each morning of your son. This way your son would love it too - gradual lessening of weight on the head. happy experimenting lovely! DO you go to parlour for haircuts?