Gujarat: the self-taught Porbandar girl wins first prize in bullet launch
RAJKOT: She has shown that Ekalavya is not simply a mythical character that defines exemplary discipleship: Rambhi Seeda, 21, has also shown it in her own life.
Without the help of any coach, this self-taught woman not only dominated the bullet-throwing game, but even won the first prize of Rs 21,500 in the game at the recent organized state government 'Khel Mahakumbh 2019'.
I learned several movements and bullet launch techniques when watching videos on YouTube on my cell phone. I practiced daily both in the morning and at night on my farm for months together. I got first place by throwing a five and a half kg plate. ball in the Khel Mahakumbh, sprang Rambhi, a resident of the town of Parawada, about 35 km from.
In addition to the bullet launch, Rambhi also learned to release records again from the videos. While he won the second prize in record release in 2017, Khel Mahakumbh, ranked third in the game in 2018 and also won first and second prize in university level competitions in the same sports.
I am proud of my daughter. She has been interested in sports, especially disc throwing and bullet throwing, since childhood. I have always encouraged her in sports. I am glad that an event like Khel Mahakumbh has recognized his achievements. said Rambhi's father, Devsi Seeda.