Neeraj Chopra: Neeraj Chopra reached Gujarat to perform Garba in Navratri, dance won everyone's heart

Pankaj Prasad
Neeraj Chopra to perform Garba in Navratri
Neeraj Chopra to perform Garba in Navratri

Neeraj Chopra Garba fiercely in the ceremony organized in Baroda.

National Games 2022: India's star javelin thrower and Tokyo Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra danced fiercely in Baroda on the occasion of Navratri. Neeraj Chopra, who recently created history by winning the title in the Diamond League, reached Gujarat before the start of the 36th National Games. where he was warmly welcomed. Neeraj danced fiercely with the people involved in the Garba ceremony. Its video is now becoming very viral on social media.

Neeraj won everyone's heart by doing Garba

Neeraj Chopra Garba fiercely in the function organized in Vadodara. Charu Sharma was also present with him on this occasion. Everyone together danced fiercely with the people present there. Neeraj won everyone's heart with Garba dance. This video of Neeraj is now becoming very viral on social media. Let us tell you that Gujarat is hosting the National Games for the first time. Chopra had announced that he would not participate in the National Games this year. He said that 'rest is equally important for the athlete. We cannot think only about competition and medals.


India's flag waved in the Javelin throw

Neeraj Chopra recently won the gold medal for India in the Diamond League for the first time in Zurich. He finished first with a breast throw of 88.44. Neeraj was injured in the World Athletics Championships, after which he did not participate in the Commonwealth Games 2022. Let us inform that Neeraj Chopra is the first Indian to get the country's athletics medal in the Olympic Games. He is also the second Indian to win an individual Olympic gold. Before him, Abhinav Bindra had won the gold medal for shooting in 2008.


PM Modi will inaugurate the 36th National Games today

Let us tell you that PM Modi will inaugurate the National Games to be held in 6 cities of Gujarat on 29 September at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The National Games are being held after a long gap of 7 years. The last time it was held in Kerala was in 2015. This time more than 7,000 athletes will participate in 36 different sports events.