Avani Lekhara

Avani Lekhara, who made history at the Tokyo Paralympics 2020, became the first Indian woman to win more than one medal at the Paralympic Games.

Sykhom Mirabai Chanu

Saikhom Mirabai Chanu, a 6-year-old from Manipur, made history by winning a silver medal in the women's 6kg weightlifting event at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

Mirabai Chanu lifted 302 kilograms.

Lovina Borgohain

At the Tokyo Olympics, 2020, 8-year-old boxer Lovelina from Golaghat, Assam, made the country proud by winning a bronze medal in the 5 kg boxing event. M.C. She became the second Indian woman boxer to win an Olympic medal after Mary Kom.

Bhavina Patel

Gujarat's Bhavina Patel won the historic silver medal at the Tokyo Paralympics 2020, the first silver medal for India in table tennis.

Jyoti Surekha Vennam

6-year-old Jyoti Surekha from Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh has set a new record in the World Archery Championship, 2021. Jyoti excelled as a member of the Indian women's and mixed compound team and both the teams won silver medals in their event.

PV Sindhu

Leading badminton player of the country PV Sindhu made history by becoming the first Indian woman to win two Olympic medals in a row. Sindhu won a bronze medal in badminton at the Tokyo Olympics. He won a silver medal at the Rio Games five years ago.

The women's hockey team that made the country famous with its performances

The women's hockey team, which lost to Britain in the fight for bronze at the Tokyo Olympics, won the hearts of the people. But the fight of the Indian women's hockey team made the fans of the game happy.

Indian women's cricket captain's world record

Mithali Raje trailed Charlotte Edwards in the race for the most runs

Indian women's ODI captain Mithali Raje set a new world record in international cricket by scoring 10.7 runs, surpassing England's better Charlotte Edwards. In the 3rd ODI between India and Britain, he needed just 15 runs to break Edward's record, which he achieved with an excellent boundary.

Mithali Raj, 6, is the only Indian woman cricketer to have scored more than 10,000 runs in women's international cricket.