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Savitribai Phule : Smash Traditions – Liberate

Savitribai Phule was the first female teacher who was rebellious about the notions related to women. ‘Awake, arise and educate, smash traditions – Liberate’ these words were written by her. Now we understand how much pain she must have gone through in this fight as initially she was the only woman rebelling. She lived at a place in Maharashtra and married at the age of 9 to Jyotirao Phule who is now termed as an Ideal husband. When they were married Jyotirao Phule knew that Savitri loved to study so he helped her thoroughly in her education. Then later they both together started the movement of reformation in their village. She along with her husband opened schools for girls in Pune. It was a time when British invaders were already exploiting and at that time Peshwa was the ruler of Maharashtra. People were used to Brahmin conventions at that time and it was a complete male dominated notion that they were into.

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How male dominated world worked:

Girls were forced to marry at the earliest age possible. Girls were forced to marry an old person, which counts as Child marriage. Women were treated no less than an animal.

Widows were treated like a piece of trash. They were forced to shave their heads and wear white sarees FLAB (for life and beyond). They were even restricted in every sense – fashion, food, dress up and what not.

Girl education was nowhere existed and it was against their culture because they say that if a girl studies she becomes a poison for her husband’s food. I mean, how can that be true practically? Women were not allowed to re-marry even after death of their husbands, all the shit related to women getting married again is a sin was termed under SATI SYSTEM. Women were made to live under the four walls of home and were entitled to do domestic chores only.

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According to male dominated society of that time women were only for physical pleasures and WOMEN WERE CONSIDERED HELPFUL FOR TAKING THE GENERATION TO NEXT LEVEL AS THEY CARRY SOME FUCKING HORMONES.

Under all these circumstances Savitribai completed her education where her husband was her teacher and he was the one who asked Savitribai to utilize her education as a medium to illuminate the darkness of society. She has become social reformer and tried all her efforts for education girl child and all the women around her. She faced a lot of criticism and exploitation herself but somewhere the thought of educating women has come into people’s mind. She got beaten up by hundreds of men but her determination to educate thousands of women couldn’t stop her from those hundreds of men.

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She is a real hero of what we call feminism today. Her step of ruining her life has paid off in us being educated. If she hadn’t taken those steps then we wouldn’t have come long this way. We should be greatful to her for keeping us away from the circumstance the women of that time had been through. But somewhere the fight she started has not ended yet and we need more Savitribai for making this world believe that women are no less than men. It is a shame on those who believe this false statement.

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Tahira Kashyap diagnosed with cancer again

After overcoming the STAGE 0 cancer with a mastectomy, who shared her post of bravery that she’s going to kick cancer out of her body and she did that.

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But she has again been diagnosed with STAGE 1 Breast Cancer for which she’ll going to have 12 sessions of chemotherapy, 6 down and 6 are still pending.

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She dedicates her journey to her best friend, husband and her parents which is really remarkable.  Being strong is the only basic foundation of her life now, and how we all know that she’s again going to kick cancer out of her body yet again.

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She’s a really strong woman who’s facing hardships in her life. While her husband is on the top nowadays, it is amazing to see that how he is managing to be with her in the busy schedule of his life.

In her earlier post, she thanks her husband from the core of her heart.  Every woman really deserves to have a gentleman like him.

She’s the real inspiration and her strength is the basic element of her journey.

We wish her fast recovery and may she live a healthy life again.

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The Marvelous Ms Prashasti Singh: Stand up Comedian

In the midst of some comedians on YouTube and other social media channels, Prashasti Singh, left her perfectly imperfect job and struggling to become a comedian. And we are in love with her latest video, those who haven’t gone through this video of Marvellous Ms Singh, it is a must watch.

  1. She says that this world is divided into two types of people: Rebels and Conformists.

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We love it how she with sarcasm tries to explain to the people that there is no need to become these two types of people, just what you are.

  1. She explains that how different every parent is, yet the same? Because “agar suni nhi toh kehlaoge bevakoof hi”. LOL!

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  1. This part is so amusing and everyone can relate to her when she says that she thinks that her life is perfect but still not a happy life.

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4 Then she throws her experience on people about the corporate life. She said what every employee wants to say being in the corporate world.

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This girl in her 8 minutes of video literally mocks every wrong comment of the society and motivates you all together to live your passion rather just tolerating your life.

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#NitaAmbani: Nita Dalal Mukesh Ambani

As they say TIME is the biggest power of all. We ourselves don’t know where we will be in next second and NITA AMBANI is the best example for this. We cannot give all the credits to our luck because hard work plays a vital role in all our success. Without hard work, one is not willing to conquer its destiny. If we calculate the roles in success, HARD WORK plays almost around 80% of it and rest LUCK so at the end it is our hard work that pays off.

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Nita Ambani used to be a middle class person before marriage but her decision of getting married in Ambani family is one of the turning points in her life. Nita Ambani was a school teacher who used to earn 800 bucks as salary of a month but now we all know about her financial transformation. She is the most talked about personality around the globe. She is a perfect example of beauty with brains as she has proved herself in the field of beauty through her fashion fondness and art of Bharatanatyam and in the field of brain by getting listed by Forbes as ‘the most influential women business leaders in Asia’. She is also the first Indian woman to become a member of International Olympic Committee (IOC). Mrs. Ambani is the Founder and Chairperson of the Dhirubai Ambani International School which proves her passion for teaching has grown this far.

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Nita Ambani is one of those women who have spread her wings in almost all the fields such as social work, cricket, fashion, dance, charity etc. and she sets an example of a multi-talented women. She is working no less than a man and proves that a woman can do great in whichever field comes in.

She has become a grand inspiration for all the women and men out there. She is not only involved in the welfare of people but also truly dedicated to her family and through her this devotion she is a motivation for every girl who wants to become an entrepreneur and show the world their talent. She has been awarded ‘Rashtriya Khel Protsahan Award 2017’ from the President of India and is the recipient of the award for Best Corporate Supporter of Indian Sports.

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MALALA YOUSAFZAI: THE YOUNGEST NOBEL LAUREATE

Standing out for yourself is courage and standing out for others is something beyond our imagination. It can be one’s inherent nature to be kind towards one another but working for the social stuff for others is what a selfless person does. Malala Yousafzai is one of them; she is a social activist for female education and decked with a Nobel Peace Prize in December 10, 2014.

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She is the woman who deserves to be crowned. She is known for human rights advocacy and education for females and children. In the area of Swat Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, northwest Pakistan, where the girl education was banned by Taliban, she was shot in the left eye when she was only 15 but she survived it. It was her father’s motivation to her that she didn’t give up who didn’t clip her wings. She wants to spread peace everywhere and giving voice to all the voiceless children who are still not getting the right to education.

She says- “This Nobel prize is for those who want education, for those frightened children who want peace, it is for those children who want change. I’m here to stand up for their rights, to raise their voice. It is not time to pity them but to take action so it becomes the last time that we see a child deprived of education.”

Malala is another name for strength. She spoke up for the 30 million children who don’t get their education. After raising her voice for those children, she got shot by a Taliban. She’s a woman who is incomparable who’s still fighting for the female education and human rights. The most impressive thing, after all, she endured is that she never showed anger, vengeance or any promotion of violence.

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It was the goal of the Taliban to make her silent as she spoke up for the female education but that bullet made her even more fearless. This is what a courageous woman is all about; she becomes more fearless when someone tries to suppress her voice or her desires. It makes her more powerful than before and it becomes difficult to stop her. A woman is unstoppable after when she realizes what she’s capable of and even not thinking about the consequences, she fights. This is what Malala did; she’s now unstoppable who’s going to spread education and peace.

An inspiration she is!

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@THATBOHOGIRL – KRITIKA KHURANA

 

The tree hugger, Kritika Khurana is breaking stereotypes by being a fashion blogger, traveler and a YouTuber. She is a proficient girl and a great influencer for this generation.

A Delhi based girl who is considered to be one of the best fashion bloggers on the internet. She is travelling all over the countries like Italy, Denmark, Canada, Copenhagen and London. She had been through so many flips in her life and reportedly, her personality changed after high school because she had been tortured in some ways. From being an introvert to such a confident girl now, it takes a lot of courage and confidence to use that fire within you to get that flame. Every girl owns that fire, she just needs to have a right platform and people who believe in her. According to her, “whatever you believe, you can achieve” and her weight loss journey is an example, she has lost over 17 kgs by believing in herself so yes, believing in yourself is the key and this 25 year aged woman can make you love yourself and how can you be ‘happy as a clam’ even going through some hardships in your life. She will make you learn that how you can let go the negative things from your life and go, live your life kind of attitude.

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This crackerjack and astonishing girl will change your perspective towards the definition of a perfect woman. She knows how to live her life perfectly with imperfections and that’s what makes thousands to follow her. She is also known for the amazing hair colour that she owns and what one can say about her dressing sense, she carries every outfit quite elegantly and beautifully. This stunning woman is like a delightful cake and her outfits are like a cherry on it.

Dog lover? A big one she is. You can see that.

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Kritika is very expressive and what else the social media seeks for? It seeks for the passion and enthusiasm and she has that in her genes because being an introvert, she expresses her thoughts on the social media so perfectly.  She’s a perfect package of passion and talent and she’s an inspiration for the girls who are working on their dreams. Being an aesthetic, she’s a girl with a pure soul. She gets inspired by her inspirations but she has no clue that how she is leaving her passionate mark on every girl by living her dreams.

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There are many influencers that you see on Instagram or other social media platforms and she is definitely one of the best. She is one of the best influencer for today’s young generation.

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ANNE MARIE: A SINGER, SONG WRITER AND DIVA!

The British beauty, with beautiful Sky colored eyes and husky voice that can knock down mountains, Anne Marie Rose Nicholson has conquered the globe with her mesmerizing music. Thousands of people have fallen at her feet when hearing her sing. Her success is breaking barriers and making her famous all over the world with her vibrant talent. She is an English singer and songwriter and what people around her describe her is as a loud, a bit crazy, loyal and incredibly talented woman. Her performances are a sight to sour eyes. Her songs are not confined to just listen to the track; one can live each and every lyric of it. Her first song SUMMER GIRL in 2013 got Ed Sheeran’s attention and together they have come a long way that today they are best of friends. She is as simple as we are in our lives and yet this quality of hers makes her STANDOUT. It is her ways that inspire people. She is a perfect example of how a girl should be like, strong, independent and fearless among all. FEARLESS is just not a word, its meaning is what a girl should possess as it is the demand to survive in today’s world.

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It is her tracks which describe her as a bold woman. Be it ALARM, ROCKABYE, FRIENDS, CIAO ADIOS, 2002 or PERFECT she slays in all with maintaining her carefree nature at the top. Through her lyrics, she motivates girls to be what they want to be like. Through her YouTube videos, we can see that even on stage in her concerts she burps in front of so much crowd and laugh and then keep on doing that. She behaves like a kiddo on stage.

Now if we come up to talk about her songs, ALARM, her track is all about her EX’s infidelity which reflected all of her mixed feelings and in one of her interviews she said “I ALWAYS WRITE ABOUT REAL EXPERIENCES AND NONE OF MY SONGS ARE MADE UP  FROM NOTHING SO I ALWAYS FEEL STRONGLY ABOUT EVERYONE OF MY SONGS”. And this could be seen in her song PERFECT too where she is telling that it is ok to be not perfect because that is what termed as perfect in every way. Be it India or any other country girls and even boys are categorized in one way or the other. People are always up for body shaming others and through her this song she asked people to be of any shape, any size till they are enjoying what it’s to be like themselves. This song is one of a kind which really inspires many of us to be ourselves because in pleasing others we always forget who we were in the first place. It teaches us that nobody gives a fuck until you give one to yourself. If you value yourself then only other can else that person degrades you as well. On her “SPEAK YOUR MIND TOUR” in Amsterdam she got emotional while singing this song as she faced same problems that she mentioned in her song and watching the crowd agreeing to it too, makes her a bit more emotional.

Besides singing, she has a keen interest in karate and started taking classes when she was nine years old and won gold in karate championship when she was 12. It shows she believes that a girl has to be strong enough to protect herself. Going through her Instagram account one can find that she gives a perfect goal to chubby girls to be dressed insanely cute and hot at the same time. She is a complete package.

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#AsianGames2018: Girl power

What a show by our Chhories of India at Asian Games 2018.

World has been seeing the power of Indian women in Asian Games 2018, one after another, our girls are winning medals for the country and making whole India proud.

Dream start was given by none other than Vinesh Phogat. Vinesh Phogat, the Dangal girl created history by winning gold in the women’s 50kg freestyle wrestling event in #AsianGames. #VineshPhogat became the first Indian woman wrestler to strike gold at the continental games. At Twitter congratulations poured in for @Phogat_Vinesh by thousands of Indians including the Bollywood celebrities. She is living the dream. She received a very warm and joyful congratulatory messsages on Twitter by @Aamir_Khan, @AkshayKumar, @Varun_Dvn, @FarOutAkhtar, @taapsee, @SuPriyoBabul, @TandonRaveena etc.

Rahi Sarnobat became the first Indian female shooter to win the gold at the Asian Games, achieving the rare feat after a nail biting 25m air pistol finals. The 27-year-old Rahi held her nerve to pip Thailand’s Naphaswan Yangpaiboon in a heart-stopping contest after both were tied at 34 points following 10 series of five shots each, taking it to a shoot-off. Both shooters achieved four target hits , leading to another shoot-off where Rahi shot three and the Thai two, ensuring a historic gold for the Kohlapur-born shooter.

Dutee clinched silver in 100m dash on debut. She was determined and made it happen. What she saw in dreams has come true for the young shooter of India.

Hima Das, India’s new track sensation shattered national record for 2nd time to win silver in 400m at Asian Games 2018. Hima clocked 50.59 seconds to win the silver, behind Bahrain’s Salwa Naser who won the gold in a new Games record time of 50.09 seconds. If Hima keeps going like this, she is the new PT Usha of India!

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Joshna chinappa won bronze in Asian games squash. She looked tired but fought very hard and turned her efforts into a medal.

Dipika pallikal, beloved squash queen of India also won bronze in women’s squash.

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Indian shooter Heena Sidhu continued her medal winning spree and acquired a bronze medal in the Women’s 10m Air Pistol event at the ongoing 18th edition of the Asian games. The 28-year-old scored a total of 219.2 points to finish third on the podium. Teenage shooting queen of India, Manu Bhaker missed the opportunity this time but iChhori has a great confidence in her and she will be back with bang we bet.

Indian women’s Kabaddi team had to settle for a silver medal in the ongoing 18th edition of the Asian Games. They went down 24-27 against the Iranian side in the summit clash in a heart breaking defeat by loosing the crown first time in 8 years.

Ankita Raina won a bronze medal after losing to Shuai Zhang of China in women’s singles event semi-final at Asian Games 2018. Raina had earlier thrashed Wong Eudice Chong of Hong Kong 6-4, 6-1 in the quarter-final of the event.

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17 year-old Roshibina Devi claimed bronze in 60 KG women’s Sanda, on debut.

Divya kakran wins bronze medal in women’s freestyle 68kg.

iChhori salutes all these women achievers of India for their untiring efforts, hard work, sweat and more importantly their determination to achieve something big in life!

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‘I started practicing gymnastics at the age of 5’ – Dipa Karmakar

The tender age of 5 when kids play with the soft toys, Deepa was practicing vault Gymnastics. She had flat feet which are considered a big hurdle in the field of gymnastics but she worked extremely hard with her coach Mr Biswaswar Nandi to bring the curve in her flat feet. The wonder girl of Indian Gymnastics was born on 9 August in 1993. She is the first Indian female gymnast who competed in the Olympic and attained 4th position in Women’s Vault Gymnastics event of Rio Olympics 2016. She is the Indian path breaker in gymnastics and will be the reason for our nation’s rise in this discipline in future. She had suffered an Anterior Cruciate ligament (ACL) injury after the Rio Olympic and she had undergone surgery.

With no financial support or training facilities to practice gymnastics in the state of Tripura, Dipa made it to the Rio Olympics after long years of waiting patiently. Given the high risk of injuries in a sport like gymnastics, Dipa had requested the Sports Authority of India to allow her to travel with her physio Sajad Ahmad, but it was bluntly refused. Authorities even taunted as to why she needed a physio since she was the only gymnast travelling from India.

Her practice ground in Tripura used to get flooded very often but she still used to practice wherever she could.

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She is the first Indian who gained the attention when she won a bronze medal at 2014 commonwealth games in Glasgow, and the first Indian female gymnast to do so in the history of the Games. She is being supported by the GoSports foundation under the Rahul Dravid Athlete Mentorship programme.

Dipa has won 77 medals in international and national level championships, including 67 golds at state-level championship. Deepa began her professional journey as a gymnast in 2007, but it took her an Olympic medal to be noticed by all.

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She is recipient of Padma Shri Award, the fourth highest civilian award in the Republic of India.

This Indian chhori is one of the only five women who successfully landed the Produnova, which is regarded as the most difficult vault currently performed in women gymnastics.

She has just won the Gold medal in Vault Event in Gymnastic world challenge cup 2018 in Turkey.

Dipa karmakar has set the benchmark for all the chhori’s. She is only 4 feet 11 inches tall but she is a big powerhouse.

Dipa Karmakar is the inspiration for all the chhories of India and even the world. India is very proud of you Dipa karmakar!

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“Spinal tumor, 31 surgeries, 183 stitches and the silver medal in 2016 Rio Paralympics!” – Deepa Malik

A beautiful woman, born on 30 September 1970, married to the man in uniform and blessed with two beautiful daughters. What a dream to live on!

And then God decides to test the substance Deepa Malik has got in her as a woman.

Deepa Malik was just 26 when she was diagnosed with a spinal tumor. Whole family was shattered but retired colonel Mr BK Nagpal knew that her daughter is not an ordinary one. She rather was all smiles and told God to bring it on.

Deepa Malik had to undergo 31 surgeries and 183 stitches to survive. But Deepa Malik took all the pain like a warrior and made it her best weapon against the distress and hopelessness.

Every morning she would wake up and think what to do next. Just lying there in the bed and waiting for others to even take her to the bathroom. She was not ready to accept that life of dependency. She chose otherwise and in 2006, in spite of having seven broken vertebrae, she held the javelin in her strong hand and started practicing like a hungry warrior. After realizing her strengths she chose shot put as her main sport and in the 2010 Para Asian games, she won a Bronze medal. 2012 London Paralympics was her dream event but due to the absence of a quota, she couldn’t participate in London Paralympics. Being a born champion, she didn’t just give up; she kept her hope high and put in even more efforts in training for 2016 Rio Paralympics.

And India cheered when she won a Silver medal in the women’s shot-put F53 event in 2016 Rio Paralympics. Deepa became the FIRST WOMAN to win a medal for India in the Paralympics. She currently is the world number one in the F-53 category.

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Deepa Malik is a wonder woman who does everything that other woman can’t even dream of. She is associated with Himalayan Motorsports Association (H.M.A.) and Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (F.M.S.C.I.). She has undertaken an 8-day, 1700-km drive in sub-zero temperatures which included a climb to 18000 feet. This journey covers many difficult paths including remote Himalayas, Leh, Shimla and Jammu.

Deepa Malik was the first person ever to receive a license for invalid (modified) rally vehicle. She is also the first physically challenged individual in the country to receive an official rally license from the Federation Motor Sports Club of India (FMSCI) and become a navigator and driver in the toughest car rallies of the country- Raid-de-HIMALAYA 2009 and Desert Storm 2010.

Deepa Malik is also the motivational speaker and keeps getting engaged in rallies to inspire women around the world. The list of her awards is very-very and very long.

Before you read on any further, iChhori would like to salute Deepa Malik and urge all the other ladies to stop using the phrase-‘I can’t’.

National and state awards

  • President Role Model Award (2014)
  • Arjuna Award (2012)
  • Maharashtra Chhatrapati Award (sports) (2009–10)
  • Haryana Karambhoomi Award (2008)
  • Swawlamban Puruskar Maharashtra (2006)
  • Padmashri Award (2017)

Other awards

  • WCRC Leaders Asia Excellence Award 2014
  • Limca people of the year award 2014
  • iCONGO Karamveer Puruskar 2014
  • Amazing Indian Awards Times Now-2013
  • Cavinkare National Ability Mastery Award −2013
  • Karamaveer Chakra award 2013
  • Nominee for L’Oreal Femina Awards 2013 in “Women We Love Category”
  • Batra Positive Health Hero Award 2012
  • AWWA Excellence Award For Sports 2012
  • Media Peace & Excellence Award For Sports 2012
  • Maharana Mewar Arawali Sports Award 2012
  • Misaal-e-Himmat Award (2012)
  • International Women’s day appreciation Award 2011 – Cancer Patient Aid Association New Delhi.
  • Shree Shakti Puruskar CARE- 2011
  • District Sports Award Ahmednagar-2010
  • Rashtra Gaurav Puraskar 2009
  • Naari Gaurav Puraskar 2009
  • Guru Gobind Shaurya Puraskar 2009
  • Rotary Women Of The Year Award 2007

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“You are more powerful than you know; you are”- Mary Kom

“This medal is very special to me just like all other medals I have won because it has its own story of struggles. Every medal I have won is a story of a difficult struggle. I am hoping this medal, which has come after I became an MP, will enhance my reputation even further. I hope my stature grows” – Mary Kom after winning gold medals at the continental meet in the Vietnamese city of Ho Chi Minh.

When Mary Kom was 15, she took the decision to leave her hometown to study at the Sports academy in the state capital Imphal. Thereafter she trained under the Manipur State Boxing Coach M. Narjit Singh, at Khuman Lampak, Imphal. But Kom kept her passion in boxing a secret from her father. Her father was concerned that boxing would hurt Kom’s face and spoil her chances of marriage. Father of Mary Kom learnt of her passion when Kom’s photo appeared in a newspaper after she won the state boxing championship in 2000. After three years, her father began to support Kom’s pursuits in boxing as he was convinced that Kom‘s passion lies in boxing only.

Mary Kom is a five-time World Amateur Boxing champion and the only woman boxer to have won a medal in each one of the six world championships. Nicknamed “Magnificent Mary” in the boxing fraternity, she is the only Indian woman boxer to have qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics, competing in the flyweight (51 kg) category and winning the bronze medal. She has also been ranked as No. 4 AIBA World Women’s Ranking Flyweight category. She became the first Indian woman boxer to get a Gold Medal in the Asian Games in 2014 in Incheon, South Korea and is the first Indian Woman Boxer to win Gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Kom’s coach Charles Atkinson could not join her at the Olympic Village as he didn’t possess an International Boxing Association (AIBA) 3 Star Certification. Mary Kom stood third in the competition and won an Olympic bronze medal.

An Olympic Bronze medal changed her life and Mary Kom became a household name in India.

Mary Kom has three sons, she is an MP of Rajya Sabha, she is an observer of government for boxing and still continues to fulfill all the responsibilities like a boss. She is an inspiration who started off from a very very humble family and won numerous medals at international level-

International titles
Year Place Weight Competition Location
2001 Second 48 Women’s World Amateur Boxing Championships ScrantonPennsylvania, United States
2002 First 45 Women’s World Amateur Boxing Championships AntalyaTurkey
2002 First 45 Witch Cup Pécs, Hungary
2003 First 46 Asian Women’s Championships Hisar, India
2004 First 41 Women’s World Cup Tønsberg, Norway
2005 First 46 Asian Women’s Championships KaohsiungTaiwan
2005 First 46 Women’s World Amateur Boxing Championships Podolsk, Russia
2006 First 46 Women’s World Amateur Boxing Championships New Delhi, India
2006 First 46 Venus Women’s Box Cup Vejle, Denmark
2008 First 46 Women’s World Amateur Boxing Championships Ningbo, China
2008 Second 46 Asian Women’s Championships Guwahati, India
2009 First 46 Asian Indoor Games HanoiVietnam
2010 First 48 Women’s World Amateur Boxing Championships BridgetownBarbados
2010 First 46 Asian Women’s Championships AstanaKazakhstan
2010 Third 51 Asian Games Guangzhou, China
2011 First 48 Asian Women’s Cup Haikou, China
2012 First 41 Asian Women’s Championships Ulan BatorMongolia
2012 Third 51 Summer Olympics London, United Kingdom
2014 First 51 Asian Games IncheonSouth Korea
2017 First 48 Asian Women’s Championships Ho Chi MinhVietnam
2018 First 45-48 Commonwealth Games Gold Coast, QueenslandAustralia

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She continues to inspire millions of girls in India and abroad. Mary Kom continues to train for the love of her life i.e boxing and is preparing for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

iChhori wishes her all the very best!

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