Bikaner. It is said that if there is a desire in the heart to do something, then no destination is difficult. A couple of short stature from Rajasthan has done something similar. These husband and wife may be small in stature but they have made their name big through Para Games. Originally resident of Birmana village of Hanumangarh district, Sheeshpal Limba and his wife Nisha Limba have so far won 12 gold, 2 silver and 5 bronze medals in the world of sports in the country and the state. encouraged.
Many hidden talents have come to the fore in sports in India in the recent past and they have brought laurels to the country in the world. Recently, the players of the country got gold medals in sports like Olympics and Para Olympics. We are telling you the story of a couple who have made a big name in spite of their small stature.
The height of both is close to three feet.
His name is Sheeshpal Limba and his wife Nisha Limba. The height of both Sheeshpal and Nisha is close to three feet each. But he has taken a long flight in sports like discus throw, shot put and javelin throw. The Limba couple started their sports career in 2017 at the state level sports competition held in Udaipur. Once successful, the couple never looked back. Sheeshpal is MA LLB and Nisha is currently studying 12th. Nisha is originally from Delhi. He is currently living in Bikaner.
Have won 12 Gold, 2 Silver and 5 Bronze medals so far
Recently, the couple participated in national level para sports competitions held in Bangalore and Panchkula. There, both of them won many medals while illuminating the name of their city in the country. The couple has so far won 12 Gold, 2 Silver and 5 Bronze medals. It is a matter of fact that there were many difficulties in his journey for all this, but he fought them firmly.
Due to lack of money, they are not able to take training from a good coach.
Due to the poor financial condition of the Limba couple, they are unable to take training from a good coach. Husband and wife want to increase the value of the country in the world by practicing on their own. But due to lack of government help, their talent is not getting the status they deserve. Sheshpal’s brother is also bearing the expenses of both. In the name of government assistance, both of them are getting only five rupees per month from the disabled quota. In such a situation, there is a need that the government should recognize the talent of these players and take them to the right level.