With ongoing Asian Games in Jakarta Palembang, India has registered its victory by bringing home several Bronze, Silver and Gold medals. To keep a count on the medals won has become difficult with each passing day. The glory is widening its wings every day.
The most recent victories came bearing gifts as Sania Nehwal, PV Sindu and Hima Das broke National Records in Women’s Single Badminton and Women’s 400m Final respectively. It is in almost all the sports that our champions have roared victories.
Moreover, on 22nd August 2018, India’s four bronze medals hauled in Wushu, one of which became honour of international medal winner, Bhanu Pratap Singh, of Jammu and Kashmir. His victory came as a huge appreciation for the country because, “It is uniquely important in Wushu to excel in Asian Games even if you have won a World Championships medal”, says The Indian Express; and thus India is most proud to celebrate it.
Bhanu Pratap Singh is a 22 year old Wushu Player, son of a Bharat Kesari wrestler, Balkar Singh, (Former) from village Roopnagar in Jammu. It was due to his mischievous childhood and innocent fight- picking that Bhanu’s parents picked him up for Wushu. And, in return he has gifted, not only his parents, but also the nation, a great win in the Asian Games. Besides his achievements as a sports person, Bhanu serves his nation as a cop with the Jammu and Kashmir Police. He is proof that there is no limit to talent and that it ultimately makes your people and your country proud!
Here are some mesmerizing moments of Bhanu Pratap Singh from the day of winning.
Also, the officials of J&K Police department and Indian Army were not behind in sharing their affection for Bhanu. He has got multiple blessings from some very important people as they were proud enough of his achievements and thought it necessary to address it personally to the world.
- Imtiyaz Hussain
- Shesh Paul Vaid
- K. Vijay Kumar
- Rajyavardhan Rathore
- Waheed Para
The former chairperson of J&K sports council went as far as to honour Bhanu Pratap Singh by adding his image as his profile picture on twitter.
With Bhanu’s victory in Wushu, it has become difficult for us to await the upcoming Wushu Festival to be held next year in Srinagar. This festival would welcome and celebrate the achievements of four bronze medal holders in Wushu. It sure is going to be big!
It is needless to say how proud we are of our shining star Bhanu Pratap Singh. On the behalf of New Age Kashmir, I congratulate him for his wonderful victory. Lots of blessings and love for you. Keep up the spirit of Wushu!