There is no shortage of talent in India, new talent keeps emerging in every field and the name of the country is illuminated all over the world. There is one such name that is an icon for millions of women and that name is Jwala Gutta. Jwala Gutta is a female badminton player from India. Jwala Gutta has also worked in many social works. Jwala also supports many campaigns such as Swachh Bharat and social organizations.
Jwala has also been in controversies many times. She says that “she never bothers to see herself in controversies” Jwala says that if people take my name for any reason without any issue, then I will not sit silent. I will do as my father says, which I like. Many people have been targeting me for many years because I listen to my heart and not to the outsider.
|FULL NAME||JWALA GUTTA|
|DATE OF BIRTH||7 SEPTEMBER 1983|
|BIRTHPLACE||DISTRICT WARDHA, MUMBAI|
|MODE OF PLAY||LEFT|
|FATHER’S NAME||KRANTI GUTTA, TELUGU, INDIAN|
|MOTHER’S NAME||YELEN GUTTA, CHINA|
|WEDDING||CHETAN ANAND INDIAN BADMINTON PLAYER (2005-2011)|
|AWARD||DRONACHARYA AND ARJUNA AWARD BY |
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
|MEDAL||GOLD MEDAL AT THE 2014 GLASSGOW COMMONWEALTH GAMES|
Jwala Gutta was born in Wardha district of Maharashtra. Jwala’s father is Indian and her mother is from China. Father’s name is M Kranti, who is from Telugu, and her mother’s name is Yelan Gutta who is from China. Jwala’s early education and playing badminton came from Hyderabad city in India.
When Jwala was only 10 years old, she started learning the qualities of badminton. Jwala became a mini national badminton champion when she was 13 years old. At the age of 17, she won the title of Junior National Champion. Jwala has won many titles in women’s doubles, mixed doubles, and doubles in her badminton games. Jwala, along with her partner Ashwini Ponnappa, won a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games. Jwala later won the gold medal in badminton for India at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
Jwala Gutta’s style of playing is with the left hand. The way Jwala collects the headlines from badminton, in the same way, the news of his personal life makes the market hot. Jwala married her badminton player Chetan Anand in 2005 but later divorced. Chetan Anand has also been a good player for India in badminton.
Jwala Gutta has been a 13-time National Badminton Champion winner. Gutta has been a good player in India’s doubles. The Government of India has also honored her with the Dronacharya and Arjuna Awards.
– Jwala Gutta won the women’s national doubles competition seven times in a row from 2002 to 2008.
– Jwala Gutta’s sister is recently married.
– Jwala Gutta has also won medals in international matches in association with Ashwini Ponnappa in doubles.