Deepika Kumari (Archer) Height, Weight, Date of Birth, Age, Wiki, Biography, Boyfriend & More
Deepika Kumari is a professional Indian archer. He is one of the most successful archers of India. He has been honored with Arjuna Award and Padma Shri for his contribution in this field.
Birth and early life
Deepika Kumari was born on 13 June 1994 in Ranchi. His father’s name is Shivnarayan Mahato, who is an auto driver and his mother’s name is Geeta Mahto, who is a nurse in Ranchi Medical College. In her early days, the family was unable to afford her training, but Deepika continued her archery with the help of homemade bamboo bows and arrows. Meanwhile, he was helped by his cousin Vidya Kumari, who was then training at the Tata Archery Academy.
|Real Name||Deepika Kumari Das|
|Date of birth||13 June 1994|
|Age (as of 2021)||27 years|
|birth place||Ranchi, Jharkhand, India|
|hometown||Ranchi, Jharkhand, India|
|Family||Father: Shivnarayan Mahato
Mother: Geeta Mahto
Sister: Name Not Known
Brother: Not Available
Spouse: Atanu Das (M. 2020-Present)
|Know||Kolkata, West Bengal, India|
Deepika made her career with professional archery in the year 2006 and joined Tata Archery Academy in Jamshedpur. He got Rs 500 as stipend. She was the second Indian after Paltan Hansada to win the junior compound competition at the 2006 Archery World Cup in Mérida, Mexico. At the age of 15, he won the 11th Youth World Archery Championship held in Ogden, Utah, United States in 2009.
Deepika won two gold medals in the women’s team recurve event at the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games. She was awarded the CWG (Female) Award for Outstanding Performance at the 2010 Sahara Sports Awards ceremony. Deepika won her first singles World Cup gold medal in 2012 in Antalya, Turkey.
In 2013 m he won the gold medal in Archery World Cup stage 3 held in Medellin, Colombia. In 2014, Deepika was listed as one of the ’30 Under 30′ by Forbes (India). She failed to make it to the Indian team for 2014 after falling out of the top 4 in the national qualifiers. In 2015, Deepika won her first medal at the World Cup stage two, where she won a bronze medal in the individual event. At the World Championships in Copenhagen, she was awarded the team silver medal along with Lakshmirani Manjhi and Rimil Buruli. He won a bronze medal at the Asian Championships in November 2015 in the recurve mixed team along with Jayant Talukdar.
At the first leg of the World Cup in Shanghai in April 2016, she equaled Ki Bo-Be’s world record (686/72) in the women’s classic event. She secured an Olympic quota in the fringe continental qualification tournament of the 21st Asian Archery Championship in Bangkok in November 2019. Deepika won 3 gold medals in the Archery World Cup Stage 3 tournament in Paris 2021. He scored the 13th triple. Swarna and Hyundai became the 11th archers to achieve the feat in the 15-year history of the Archery World Cup.
Education details and more
|College / Institute||Tata Archery Academy|
|Years active||since 2006|
|national award||Arjuna Award (2012)
Padma Shri (2016)
FICCI Sportsperson of the Year Award (2014)
physical statistics and more
|Height||5′ 3″ feet|
|Hobby||watching movies, cooking and traveling|
Deepika Kumari married Atanu Das in the year 2020. He is also an archer by profession.
marital status and more
|the lover||Atanu Das (Archer)
|wedding date||30 June 2020|
|Salary (approx)||Not available|
|net worth||Not available|
social media presence
Some facts about Deepika Kumari
- Deepika Kumari was born and brought up in Ranchi.
- In 2012, he received the Arjuna Award by the President, Shri Pranab Mukherjee at a glittering ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
- In 2014, he won the FICCI Sportsperson of the Year Award.
- He was awarded the Padma Shri in 2016.
- Her biographical documentary titled Ladies First (2017) won the London Independent Film Festival and was screened at the Mallorca Film Festival in October 2017.
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