Gama Pehlwan’s 144th birth anniversary Google pays homage to one of the stylish wrestlers with Doodle || Google Doodle celebrates India’s Gama Pehlwan, the undefeated wrestling champion.

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Gama Pehlwan’s drill routine included 500 jabs and 500 pushups at only 10 years old.

Gama earned numerous titles during his career, especially the Indian performances in the World Heavyweight Championship (1910) and the World Wrestling Championship (1927). 

Moment’s portrait artwork on the Google hunt machine is celebrating the accomplishments of Ghulam Mohammad Baksh Butt, an Indian wrestler of the early 20th century famously known as “Gama the Great.” The Google Doodle also honours the wrestler’s contribution to Indian culture and the representation he provided. Vrinda Zaveri came up with the idea.

Ghulam Mohammad Baksh Butt was extensively considered one of the stylish wrestlers of all time and earned the name “The Great Gama” after he remained undefeated throughout his transnational matches. 

Born in Jabbowal village in Punjab’s Amritsar quarter, Gama earned numerous titles during his career, including the Indian performances in the World Heavyweight Championship (1910) and the World Wrestling Championship (1927). 

Gama Pehlwan has been a ménage name in India for decades and is frequently used while making a comment on a person’s strength. When Gama Pehlwan was 10, his drill routine included 500 jabs and 500 pushups at only 10 times his age, according to the Google Doodle blog. 

He picked up wrestling after he turned 15 and incontinently seized captions in Indian journals praising Gama as a public idol and world champion. The wrestling champion, a Kashmiri Muslim himself, is also considered an idol for saving the lives of numerous Hindus during the partition of India in 1947, which saw the worst of collaborative screams of post-independence. 

Gama Gama Pehlwan lived all his days in Lahore, which became part of Pakistan following the partition. 

The Prince of Wales indeed presented Gama Pehlwan with a tableware mace during his visit to India to recognise the great wrestler. 

“Gama’s heritage continues to inspire ultramodern day fighters. Indeed, Bruce Lee is a known girlfriend and incorporates aspects of Gama’s exertion into his own training routine! ” The Google Doodle blog said