Google today remembers the great swimmer Aarti Saha with her special Doodle. Today is his 80th birthday. Born on 24 September 1940 in Kolkata, Aarti is remembered as a long distance swimmer. Aarti was the first female swimmer in Asia to swim across the English Channel. Crossing the English Channel is considered as difficult as conquering Mount Everest.
Route of English Channel shown in Doodle
Google has shown Sarati Saha’s English channel Route in today’s doodle. It was a journey of 42 miles, then starting from Cape Gris Nez in France to Sandgate in England. Aarti Saha received her Pagla Gold Medal at the age of five. He learned swimming in the Hooghly River. Know the talent of Aarti – believe that swimmer Sachin Nag recognized and became his mentor.
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Member of Indian Olympic team in 11 years
When Aarti was 11 years old, she was selected as the youngest member of the new independent India’s first team for the Summer Olympics in Helsinki in 1952. At the age of 18, she tried to cross the English Channel for the first time, but she could not succeed in it. However, despite this, he did not give up and successfully crossed it a month later.
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Padma Shri awarded
Aarti Saha was also awarded the Padma Shri in 1960. Aarti was the first woman to receive this award. In addition, in the year 199, he was also awarded a postage stamp by the Department of Posts.
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