In the Tokyo Olympic Games, India is ushering with glorious lamps. India has created history from rising to a pedestal of underdogs towards victorious challenges. Be it Hockey or Badminton, everywhere the game changers of the country show the sweat and toil that they have strived and struggled with endurance and persistence.
Basically, in our country, still, in remote villages, people are battling for electricity and even basic facilities. So hailing from a small village, our wrestler Ravi Dahiya stormed into the finals of the game by ensuring at least a silver glory for our country.
Mirabai Chanu from North East celebrated the victory of our country by succeeding a silver medal in weight lifting. She has proved that hard work is the only key to success.
Lovlina Borgohain has proved to us that if we conquer our fears then we can be a World Champion by obtaining a bronze medal in Welterweight boxing.
Now, even Neeraj Chopra has created history by becoming the first Indian Javelin thrower to enter the finals of the Olympic Games with a record-breaking throw of 86.65m in his opening attempt. He has fired the battlefield with the glowing lights of continuous dedication that he has achieved through continuous struggle with pain and hard labour.
Hence, despite the different challenges in life, these athletes have proved that anything can happen to anyone if the person is willing to fight at any cost by overlooking physical challenges.
Till now, in the Olympics, India is proudly showcasing its talented players who have determined to create victory for our country by fighting with oddities.