Read the success story of two real sisters of Raigarh

Along with being the first woman black belt of Raigad, Anjali was also the first referee in yoga. Similarly, younger sister Isha achieved Black Belt 1 Dan degree at the age of 11.

Chudamani Sahu @ Raigarh. Parents of Anjali and Isha Yadav, who made a distinct identity at a young age with their dedication and hard work, proudly say that their daughters are no less than anyone. Along with being the first woman black belt of Raigad, Anjali was also the first referee in yoga. Similarly, younger sister Isha achieved Black Belt 1 Dan degree at the age of 11. She has also won awards in classical singing and Kathak.

Lessons learned from teachers and parents
His father is a sports teacher in a private school and his mother is a teacher in a government school. Father was involved in Judo, Karate and Taekwondo, while mother was interested in Yoga. Inspired by the parents from childhood, but when they saw other children learning, both decided that they would make a mark in this game. Both the sisters have made a mark on the strength of their hard work.

International recognition
Today she is earning fame by participating in National and International level Yoga and Taekwondo competitions. Both the sisters started learning Taekwondo since childhood. Later on, elder sister Anjali became the first black belt girl of the district. At the same time, joining the international yoga competition, Anjali also became the first female referee of the district in yoga.

Received National Award
In the year 2013, Anjali received the National Child Award. Isha started participating in state and national level competitions in yoga, martial arts from the age of five. Participated in school sports competition ten times. Isha, who took a degree in black belt at the age of 11, is also proficient in classical singing and Kathak.

stay away from gadgets
Practice is very important to get the destination. Both the sisters learned this from their parents. She practiced regularly for two hours every day. Along with sports, she was also ahead in studies. The daughters remained focused on their goals, so TV was not installed in the house. Both the sisters also want to stay away from gadgets. They prefer home food over outdoor catering for better performance.






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