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    The “run” way life-Shibani Gharat

    Blog By-Pooja Seth “There is no force more powerful than a woman determined to rise” Today the woman about which you are going to read will compell you to break your chains and live the life of your dreams.She is Shibani Gharat.Shibani Gharat first started running in college, It was her warm-up for taekwondo classes.But now running plays a key part in her life.Her morning begins with a 20km run ,Have I mentioned that she is also a journalist .Yes! you read it right.Ms. Gharat is also a journalist and also manages to run marathons and practices running.She has always been an advocate of fitness. When she chose running it…

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    Navjot Kaur: Wrestled to Gold

    Blog by Raj Kishan.. Take pride in how far you have come, have faith in how far you can go. Just keep believing in yourself. And that is what Navjot Kaur will teach you. Navjot kaur is an Indian wrestler, wrestling in the freestyle category. The ace wrestler Navjot Kaur scripted history by becoming the first Indian woman wrestler to win a gold medal in the Senior Asian Championships as she clinched the shining metal in the 65kg freestyle category in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Navjot, 28, was born in Tarn Taran in Punjab on 10 February, 1990. She was encouraged to take up wrestling at an early age by her school teachers, mostly so…

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    Aruna Budda Reddy: One for the History Books

    Blog by: Raj Kishan.. “A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history.” And my friends, that unquenchable faith combined with unparalleled hard work has given a new name to the history books, to India, to the world, to the world of gymnastics; Aruna Budda Reddy. Aruna Budda Reddy, born on December 22, 1995, a former black belt and a Karate trainer, has created history by clinching a historic bronze medal in vault at the Gymnastics World Cup 2018 held in Melbourne. Aruna is now the first and the only Indian to have won a medal in the World…

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    Mariyappan Thangavelu: A champion against all odds

    Blog by: Raj Kishan.. It doesn’t matter what odds are on paper or what has happened all your life, what matters is what happens that very moment. A winner is always born against all odds. Mariyappan Thangavelu is that winner! Mariyappan Thangavelu (born 28th June, 1995) is Paralympics high jumper, who comes from Tamil Nadu. He represented India in the 2016 Summer Paralympics games held in Rio de Janeiro in the men’s high jump T-42 category, winning the gold medal in the finals. He is India’s first Paralympian gold medallist since 2004. Mariyappan is a prime example of a true winner, who rose up against all the odds and beat all the tough situations of childhood.…

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    Bhakti Sharma- Conquering the seas!

    Blog by – Mahika Bhardwaj Bhakti Sharma- Conquering the seas instead of swimming pools. At an age where all of us are bothered about eating and walking, Bhakti Sharma, an Indian open water swimmer, had begun swimming at that age,2 years old. The youngest and second swimmer in the world to swim in the four oceans, is all of 28 years of age. She was born in Mumbai and brought up in Udaipur and has done her postgraduate course from Bangalore. Image source-  2.bp.blogspot.com Her swimming journey begun with her winning various accolades at district and state level competitions which made her mother encourage her to try open water swimming.…

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    Deepika Mehta- The Vogue Woman #FitWomenSeries

    By Niyathi Rao Featured in the famous Vogue Magazine as one of the 3 women redefining beauty ideals in India, Deepika Mehta is a well-known yoga teacher and fitness expert. She has trained a lot of celebrities including movie stars, top industrialists, and models. She is an authorized Ashtanga Yoga teacher and a certified professional from the ACE (American Council on Exercise). Her inspiring journey and dedication towards fitness are simply unparalleled. In 1997, a near death rock climbing accident had the doctors tell Deepika Mehta that she would never walk again. Not one to allow obstacles to deter her spirit and enthusiasm for life, she sought after alternative approaches…