PM Mementos Auction: Indian swordsman Bhavani Devi created history by qualifying in the Fencing event of the Tokyo Olympics.
PM Mementos Auction: Indian swordsman Bhavani Devi (Bhavani Devi) the Tokyo Olympics (Tokyo Olympics) K Fencing Competition (Fencing) With qualifying I had created history. After this, he continued his streak of success by winning his first match. Earlier, no Indian swordsman had shown this charisma. Although Bhavani Devi could not win a medal in the Olympics, she was successful in winning the hearts of crores of Indians.Also Read – You can be the historical racket of Noida DM Suhas LY, know what is the way to buy
The full name of Bhavani Devi, who hails from Tamil Nadu, is ‘Chadlavada Ananda Sundararaman Bhavani Devi’. He started his playing career in 2003, but he had no distant relation with fencing then. In fact, when the school reached to participate in the games, the names of six children were being taken from all the classes for the games. When Bhavani came to write her name, the children had been selected in all the games. Only in sword fighting, no child had got his name written. Bhavani enrolled in this new game and started training. Later he focused his attention on this game. Also Read – Javelin throw will be as popular as cricket after the success of Neeraj Chopra, Sumit Antil: Anurag Thakur
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Bhavani Devi was the national champion 8 times in fencing. Bhavani, who created history by winning her first match in the Olympics, met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on her return to India. On the occasion of being welcomed by the PM, he presented the sword to the Prime Minister, with which he had won his match.
The sword with which he made the country proud, can now include himself in the moments of pride of the country by making that historical sword his own. This sword has been included in the e-auction of gifts and souvenirs received by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. You can also take part in the auction to make Talwar your own from 17 September to 7 October 2021. for this you www.pmmementos.gov.in But by logging in, you will have to participate in the e-auction.
Even before this, the gifts received by the Prime Minister have been auctioned. The last time such an auction took place was in the year 2019. Last time in the auction, the government had got Rs 15 crore 13 lakh. Under the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, that entire amount was deposited in the ‘Namami Gange Project’ to make Ganga clean and pure. This time also the amount received from the auction will be given to ‘Namami Gange Kosh’.