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India At The Olympics, Seetha Natesh

India At The Olympics

Author: Seetha Natesh
Publisher: Harper Children's
ISBN: 9789354220180, Related ISBNs: 9354220185, 9789354220173, 9789354220180
Classification: Non-Fiction


"This book will inspire the younger generation to be like our sporting heroes by helping them take up sports and make it a daily part of their life." Sakshi Malik, Bronze Medallist, Rio 2016

India at the Olympics celebrates 100 years of Indian athletes' participation in the world's biggest sporting event.

Packed with rare images and colourful illustrations, this unique book:

Traces the incredible history of the Olympics from the time of the Ancient Greek Olympics to its present, modern-day avatar

Focuses on India's 100-year participation - its achievements and records

Includes profiles of India's biggest sporting legends such as Dhyan Chand, PT Usha,

Karnam Malleswari, Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu, Mary Kom, Abhinav Bindra and Leander Paes among others.

A visual treat for sports enthusiasts of all ages!

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