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I’m proud of how respectful n mature r d people who love me.I cld Nvr thank Ull enufu guys inspire me to wrk harder fr ur unconditionl Luv — GAUAHAR KHAN (@GAUAHAR_KHAN) August 9 2015 Meanwhile on the work front the actress will be diving into the Punjabi film industry with her debut through a romantic comedy film For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Garima Rakesh Mishra | Updated: July 31 2016 6:40 pm In search of glory: At Ranjit Jadhav’s home Olympic Niwas are preserved the trophies and medals the wrestler won through his career (Source: Express photo by Arul Horizon) Top News If someone were to write the unwritten legend of Khashaba Jadhav would it begin this way The year was 1948 At Raja Ram College Kolhapur a short scrawny student from a nearby village walked up to the sports teacher and said he wanted to compete in wrestling at the annual sports meet One look at his physique and the teacher snorted saying he could not allow a weak player on the team The young man 23 years old approached the college principal who gave him another chance That was just the opportunity Khashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav needed to prove naysayers wrong In bout after bout he felled bulkier and “stronger” wrestlers to win the event Or would it begin with a bout in Lucknow in 1952 between the reigning flyweight champion and the unassuming lean challenger Niranjan Das of Bengal was over 6 ft tall a machine of muscle and power Going into the match Jadhav around 55 ft tall was clearly the underdog But within seconds he had Das pinned to the ground Stunned Das argued that he had not been ready for the bout and asked for a re-match He lost again This was a wrestling rivalry as bitter as the one that played out recently between two-time Olympic-medal winner Sushil Kumar and the contender Narsingh Yadav Despite having defeated Das Jadhav found himself being overlooked in the squad for the 1952 Olympics He wrote to the Maharaja of Patiala who was a patron of wrestling and had a say in the selection The Maharaja convinced authorities to hold a bout again For the third time Jadhav triumphed over Das and qualified for the 1952 Helsinki Olympics The 27-year-old went on to create history becoming the first Indian to win an Olympic medal (bronze) in an individual sport (The hockey team led by Balbir Singh had won India its first gold in the 1948 London Summer Olympics) Faster Higher stronger: The Olympic bronze awarded to Khashaba Jadhav (Source: Express photo by Arul Horizon) Though not too many Indians have earned Olympic glory in the years since Jadhav’s story has faded from our sporting consciousness But it survives in the taleems (wrestling centres) of Kolhapur where alongside the photo of Hanuman the patron god of the sport you will find a framed image of Jadhav Vishnu Joshilkar former wrestling champion and winner of the Maharashtra Kesari a championship started in 1991 says “Even today at every taleem gurus tell their students stories of Khashaba to motivate them describing how he emerged a winner against the odds” In Goleshwar five rings interlock in a structure at a public square to tell you about the village’s Olympic bragging rights This is the birthplace of Jadhav who was born in January 1926 His house where his son Ranjit a farmer and his family reside today is called Olympic Niwas The living room in the house is full of trophies medals and mementos The walls of the room are covered with photographs The most eye-catching is a large photograph of Jadhav standing on the podium during the prize ceremony of the 1952 Olympics Jadhav’s father Dadasaheb also a wrestler introduced the boy to the sport when he was five Though he encouraged all his five sons to take up wrestling he noticed the spark of talent in his third son Wrestling bouts were common at village fairs and he made sure that the boy learnt early to face the dangal Little Khashaba rarely lost a game Dadasaheb soon began to train him in the akhada in Goleshwar “After his primary education he took admission in Tilak High School in Karad 5 km from our village As transport was scarce he would run the distance to school” says Ranjit Two of his teachers also wrestlers mentored him and prepared him for state-level and national-level competitions “He lost a few years but he did study till graduation which was rare for wrestlers those days” says his son Ranjit recalls his father as a soft-spoken man who never lost his cool even when provoked In 1948 during a state-level wrestling championship where Jadhav was the challenger the organisers declared one rupee as the prize so dismissive were they of the challenge “Other players would have felt offended and walked out but he stayed on He was pitted against Rakshe a bulky wrestler from Mumbai My father defeated him within seconds” he says The indoor akhada where Jadhav honed his wrestling skills in Goleshwar lies in a shambles Windows are broken in the one-room building and dust and cobwebs stifle the air The ground outside has been overrun by waste In the centre of the akhada the mallakhamb pole still stands like a forgotten reminder of a lost time KD Jadhav While the generation who watched Jadhav keep his tryst with glory has passed away the village still holds on to the memories of its heroes Ninety-five-year-old Ganpati Parsu Jadhav’s memory may let him down on most days but his childhood friend’s name brings a sparkle in his eyes and a broad smile on his wrinkled face “We would do vyayam (exercise) together twice a day for four hours together He had great stamina and was the only one who could do 250-300 push-ups at one go and around 1000 sit-ups He would attack the opponent with lightning speed and defeat him in minutes Dhak and dhobi paat were his best wrestling daav” he says Dhak is a technique in which the wrestler holds his opponent in a firm headlock and then flings him on the ground It was a move that helped Narsingh Yadav defeat France’s Zelimkhan Khadjiev and win a bronze at the Wrestling World Championships in Las Vegas last year Maharashtra has a long and rich wrestling culture with Kolhapur as its hub But it has been years since it lost its pre-eminence to Punjab and Haryana Some of the famous wrestlers from Maharashtra were Maruti Mane Ganpatrao Andalkar Shripati Khanchnale and Dadu Chowgule among others Yadav now besieged by allegations of doping was born to a family of UP migrants in Mumbai and it is in Maharashtra’s akhadas that his career was shaped In London Jadhav did not win a medal but it exposed him to wrestling at the international level “In the village he would play in a mud akhada whereas there he had to adapt to a mat” says Ranjit “During those days the mats available in India were made of coconut husk and were quite rough It’s remarkable that someone who practised on mud and coconut husk mats made a mark internationally” says Joshilkar Before the 1952 Helsinki Games Jadhav had another challenge to face In one of the glass cases in the Jadhav living room are displayed laminated copies of old sepia-tinted receipts which tell that story He needed to arrange Rs 8000 in order to travel to Finland “The amount sanctioned by the government had not reached him Many families in the village agreed to help him out” says Ranjit Pune-based writer Sanjay Dudhane’s book on Jadhav’s life Olympicveer Khashaba Jadhav (2001) narrates how his college principal mortgaged his house for Rs 7000 to send him to the games To each of his creditors Jadhav gave a printed receipt which he took back once he repaid the loan To be a part of the Olympic opening ceremony players had to be dressed in formals and Jadhav didn’t even have a pair of socks leave aside a shirt a trouser or a blazer Those too he had to borrow He was better equipped at Helsinki For four years he had immersed himself in training He participated in the bantamweight category and was up against wrestlers from 24 countries Out of six bouts Jadhav won four defeating ace wrestlers of the time such as Adrien Poliquin of Canada PL Basurto of Mexico and F Schmitz of Germany In the following round he lost to Russia’s Rashid Mammadbeyov Helsinki was the last Olympics he would compete in In 1955 Jadhav joined Maharashtra Police as a sub-inspector He had set his sights on the next Olympics but a serious knee injury held him back He did not give up on wrestling though winning bouts at police games and training many cops in the sport He died in 1984 in a road accident Ranjit rues that despite his feats his father didn’t get what he deserved “He was an introvert and never marketed his achievements He was alive till 1984 but the government didn’t bother to felicitate him with an Arjuna Award It came 16 years after his death Why can’t we honour accomplished people when they are alive” he asks In the last six years he says he has written many times to the government recommending his father for a Padma award but to no avail “He retired as the assistant commissioner of police (Maharashtra) in 1983 His last pay scale was around Rs 2200 The amount that he got during his retirement was Rs 75000 In 1984 when our house was being built my father had to sell my mother’s gold ornaments to raise the money” says Ranjit The nation rarely remembered him In 1982 when the Asian Games were being held in Delhi on senior sports journalist VV Karmarkar’s suggestion the government invited the sportsman who won the country its first individual Olympic medal “Just two days before the event an air ticket and Rs 3000 were sent to the Mumbai Commissioner office for Jadhav to reach Delhi” says his son Despite the measly recognition Ranjit says “he said that he would like to be reborn as a wrestler — the sport had given him some of the best moments of his life” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: August 15 2016 2:10 pm Mohenjo Daro box office collection on day three saw some growth with the Hrithik Roshan Pooja Hegde movie earning Rs 1207 crore on Sunday Top News Hrithik Roshan’s Mohenjo Daro saw some growth at the box office on Sunday after a disappointing first two days A period drama with the Indus Valley civilisation as its backdrop the film’s box-office collections on Friday and Saturday were far from impressive Mohenjo Daro estimated box office collection on day two Saturday stood at Rs 96 crore while it earned Rs 88 crore on Friday However Sunday saw growth and the film earned Rs 1207 crore at the BO? was bowled with a no-ball from Wahab, few weeks..we have seen a particular section of media.. 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