Savi Kumar is world champion wrestler Sushil Kumar’s wife and a social worker. She is currently serving as vice chairperson of L.K International School in Delhi. Like Sushil Kumar Savi is also a sports enthusiast and Fitness freak and plays Lawn Tennis. Savi Kumar is a former National Gold Medalist in Lawn Tennis.
Contribution To Education
She is popular for her contribution to the field of education. Savi Kumar has been working for the development of rural education for the last 15 years and in 2020 she is awarded with Best Women Eduprenuer at the Asian Education Summit Awards 2020. The award was presented by former Cabinet Minister Menaka Gandhi.
On getting this award her husband Sushil wished her on facebook with a proud husband tag.
Social Life of Savi Kumar
She is active on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. She is very popular on Instagram. Her Instagram profile is followed by more than 27k followers and she posts regularly on instagram.
Savi is followed by 708 people on twitter and she joined twitter in May 2011. She has 3508 friends on facebook as of 2021. Savi Kumar shares about her family and her efforts to uplift education on her social media accounts.
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Personal Life of Savi Kumar
Savi married Sushil Kumar in 2011(according to some sources). Savi and Sushil have two childrens together. The couple Sushil and Savi Kumar is popular on social media. In almost all interviews of Sushil never forget to mention about Savi’s contribution to his sports life. Savi also frequently posts Sushil’s pictures on Instagram.
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Savi Kumar did her schooling from Queen Mary’s School in New Delhi and Graduated in Business Administration from Jamia Hamdard, deemed to be a university in New Delhi.
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Sushil Kumar is a former Indian wrestler who was born on May 26, 1983. At the 2012 London Olympics, he carried the Indian flag at the opening ceremony. His bronze medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics was India’s second in wrestling, and the first since Khashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav’s bronze at the 1952 Summer Olympics. In July 2009, he was awarded India’s highest sports honor, the Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna. Kumar presented Prince Charles with the Queen’s Baton during the Queen’s Baton Relay during the 2010 Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony on 3 October 2010. At the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Sushil won gold in the 74 kg division.
Kumar was motivated to start wrestling by his father, who is also a wrestler, and his cousin Sandeep, who is also a wrestler. Sandeep eventually retired from wrestling since his family could only support one wrestler. Kumar began his pehlwani wrestling training at the Chhatrasal Stadium’s akhada (wrestling school) at the age of 14.
His family made sure he got the essential dietary supplements by sending him tinned milk, ghee, and fresh vegetables because he had limited cash and insufficient training facilities for wrestling in India, even for the 2008 Olympic team. He is a devout Hindu who follows a rigorous vegetarian diet.
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