Manu, Manika and Mary- India’s own Supergirls

_100890449_untitledcollage.jpgThe incident in Kathua or the Unnao, since last several days, these few names are discussed in the street squares.

The eight-year-old horseman who was murdered after the rape, I do not know what would happen if I grew up in those little eyes.

On the one hand, the atmosphere surrounding the situation of women across the country remains uncertain, at the same time, seeing the Indian women in their best performance in the Commonwealth Games in Australia, there is a hopeful ray of hope.

On the one hand, where 16 year old shooter Manu Bhakhar won gold in 10 meter air pistol in his first Commonwealth Games, at the same time, almost two-year-old boxer Mary Kom won the first Commonwealth medal at Gold Coast at the age of 35.
Mary com
Women are half the population …
In the childhood, there was a song by Punjabi singer Gurdas Mann who was heard very much, “Dil Ho Chahida Jawan, Yuddha Cha Dhaeeyaa.”

That is, the heart should be young, what is kept at the age. Now it seems as if these words were written for my com.

In the Commonwealth Games held in Australia, India has won 66 medals, including 26 gold medals.

If women are half of the population then in medals, almost half the medal has been won by women – 13 gold men, 12 gold women and one gold mix category.
Meerabai Chanu
40 kilometer bicycle racing
From Manipur to the streets of Varanasi and to the village of Jhajjar, all these players have their own story of the struggle.

If someone crosses the line of poverty, even then, one has progressed on breaking the bias of the Jains on their own.

Weightlifter Meerabai Chanu, who gave India the first medal on the very first day in the Gold Coast, used to run a 40-kilometer bicycle daily for training, not getting iron bars, then practicing bamboo bars.

Born in a poor family of Manipur, when Marie decided to become a boxer, the boy often used to laugh at them, no words like a female boxer could have probably had in his dictionary.

He was worried about his own parents, who would marry if the eyes and ears broke up while boxing.
Divya kakran
Men’s sports wrestling
boxers like Mary Com and Sarita Devi, who came from Manipur, fought for their share of the years, while there was a different riot in the villages and villages of Haryana- girls wearing tshirt and shorts doing wrestling games.

19-year-old Divya Kakran, who won a bronze medal in her childhood, went to the villages and villages to rage because she got more money to fight the boys.

In return, the taunts of the villagers used to meet, but gold and bronze pillars of Divya got their mouth closed.

Through the phogat sisters, this trip has been decided by Sakshi Malik.

In an interview, Sakshi tells that when she started wrestling, she did not have girls with her to play in the competitions.
Poonam Yadav
No loads of medals
At the same time, Poonam Yadav of Varanasi, when he took 222 kg in the 69 kilogram category and won the gold medal in the Commonwealth, he was carrying the burden of his entire family on his shoulders in a way.

Three sisters, the three wanted to be the weightlifter but the father’s financial ability was so much that he could only afford one daughter.

Like the 22-year-old Poonam, women’s players have filled tales of jugbar and jazbeer.

After India got the first gold medal in women’s table tennis in the history of Commonwealth, the picture of the players wrapped up by each other is said a lot in itself.

These women’s players have won medals, they also made records.
Manika Batra
Better family
Manu Bhakhar and Tejaswini Sawant set a Commonwealth record in shooting, 22-year-old Manika Batra became the first Indian woman to win a gold medal in singles at the table tennis.

Manika gave India a no-four-four medal. Men’s society and thinking still dominate the playground and outside.

The picture picture is not ready, but women getting to the ground compared to the earlier ones are getting more support than ever before at home.

Mehuli Ghosh, 17, won silver medal in shooting at the Gold Coast, but her parents supported her when she was battling depression at the age of 14 after an accident.

Recognizing the talent of her daughter, Mehuli’s parents took her to the former Olympic champion, Jaideep Karamkar. This was the turning point of Mehuli’s life.
Mehuli Ghosh
All the binding of the break
Mannu Bhakhar’s father, 17, left the Marine Engineer’s job for his daughter and ran school with Manu’s mother Sumedha.

On the day Manu was born his mother had a Sanskrit paper but he went to give the paper. This is the passion of fighting Jogbaram, he has taught his daughter to Sumeda.

At the same time, he remembers the story of 2000 when Maharashtra’s shooter Tejaswini Sawant was unable to raise money for the top foreign rifle and his father had knocked each door for the daughter.

And when my son’s son was in operation, his husband handled the son so that he played in the Asia Cup in China and won it.

All these women’s players also overcome their big and difficult problems with their courage and courage – then they are tight of money, poor facilities.
Anjum Maudgil and Tejaswini Sawant (right)
Wonderwoman of India
Although Saina Nahwal and PV Sindhu had better training facilities since their childhood, some of the fires had taken them to elevations in Badminton.

In a country where squash is not well understood, Deepika Palikal and Joshna Chinappa have shown their medal for the second time in the Commonwealth Games.

Here’s what the former Olympic champion Karnam Malaswari remembers when he said, “Imagine if you have reached 40 kilometer cycling every day, without a lot of food and a mite of milk, Chanu has reached here, then think about how much mercury can be created. Can. ”

Mary com-like player has started to realize this dream right now – his dream is to create at least 1000 my com.
Squash player Deepika Pallikal
Decide to play
None of these are also Hina Sidhu Dental Surgeons, Shikha Pandey Flight Lieutenant, part of the cricket team. And many world records have also made their names.

And these women players not only play Bindas in their style but also do the same thing beyond the field which they want to do.

Then it is decided to play Sania Mirza’s clothes of her choice, or the wrestler Divya is talking about rampage with the boys of the village.

Or squash champion Deepika Palikal decides that unless women and men get a similar prize money, they will not play in the national championship.

This is India’s own WonderWomen. They win the hearts of people and not only matches

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