successes of some young Indians from very Poor backgrounds in Asian Games 2018

India is a country of many emerging talents and Indian is a country where lots of successes come from financially weak backgrounds. Asian games 2018 is one of the example of that type of talents. Here is the  successes of some young Indians from very difficult backgrounds in Asian games 2018

1) Dutti Chand : She won the first 100 meter women’s silver in 32 years! (after PT Usha). From a poor weaver’s family in Odisha that earned Rs. 10 per day when she was young. Only on 2016, her parents actually traveled outside their state for the first time. Also in picture, is her elder sister Saraswathi who was the first runner allowed in that village, breaking the limitations for girls.dutti chand and his sister

2) Usha Rani: When she used to come from school, she had to help her mother Puttamma tie flower garlands at Rs 10 per kg of flower. Today, she is a Karnataka police constable and a proud winner of silver medal in Kabaddi at Asian Games 2018.

3) Tajinderpal Singh Toor: He is just 23 years old, but has the mental ability of a champion soldier. His father is battling cancer in a Punjab hospital. But he was determined to win gold for India at Asian games 2018 in Jakarta.
With the iron will, he kept his emotions in check and clinched gold in shotput.

4) Hima Das: Hima Das is just 18 years old and she is a daughter of a rice farmer from a small village called  Kandhulimari  village, near Dhing of Nagaon district in the state of Assam . she is the youngest of five children of her parents. She became the first Indian to win Gold in a track event at the IAAF World U20 Championships, when she ran the Women’s 400 metres in 51.46 seconds at the 2018 Tampere Games. She holds the current Indian national record in 400 metres women’s race with a timing of 50.79 s. She won silver Medal in Women’s 400m final in Asian Games 2018.

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