Today, Google search engine's Google Doodle artwork honours all the big achievements of "Great Gama" life.
"The Great Gama" was an famous Indian wrestler of the early twentieth century, whose full name was Mohammad Baksh Butt
This Google doodle is created by the artist Vrinda Zaveri, and this arts are liked by everyone in the world.
Google Doodle's arts depicts as well as honors the importance and depiction of wrestlers in Indian culture.
He was widely regarded as one of the greatest wrestlers of all time, and he is also most popular as well.
He earned the nickname "The Great Gama" after going unbeaten in an international wrestling competition.
And he laid the foundation for the upcoming generation of wrestling and became an inspiration for us.
The Gama Pehlwan, who was born in a small Punjabi town of Jabbowal in the Amritsar region, of India.
He had win several championships throughout his career, Gama Pehlwan has been a most common word for showing anyone's power.
As per the google doodle blog, his training session at the age of 10 comprised 500 squats and pushups.
He won the Indian versions of the World Heavyweight Championship (1910) and the World Wrestling Championship (1910).
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