Limba Ram

Limba Ram

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Limba Ram is an Indian archer who represented India in international competitions including three Olympics. He equalled an archery world record in 1992 at the Asian Championships in Beijing. The archer who earned laurels in archery at the international level is a product of the Akhil Bharatiya Vanavasi Kalyan Ashram which is working for the socio-economic upliftment and development of India's indigenous tribes in the remote tribal areas of India. - The Hindu, Saturday, Feb 25, 2006

Early life

Limba Ram was born in Saradeet Village(Jhadol tahsil, Udaipur district, Rajasthan state, India) on January 30, 1972. His family belongs to Ahari tribe and because of poverty, Limba Ram was used to hunt birds like sparrow, partridge and animals in jungle with his indigenous Bow (made of Bamboo wood) and reed Arrows. In 1987 one of his Uncles brought news that government is conducting trials in nearby village Makradeo to train good archers. In this trial 15 year old Limba Ram and three other boys (which include Arjuna award winner Archer Shyam Lal) were spotted by selectors of Sports Authority of India. Thereafter all these four boys were sent to New Delhi for four month training camp(Special Area Games Programme) under coaching of R. S....
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