Nitu Ghanghas (Born : 19 October 2000) is an Indian boxer. Nitu Ghanghas Parennts are Jai Bhagwan and Mukesh Devi.She is the 2023 world champion in the minimumweight division and a two-time world youth winner in the light flyweight division.
Nitu gained the gold medal for India in the 48 category at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham after defeating Demie-Jade Resztan of England 5-0 on August 7, 2022.
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Nitu Ghanghas Biography
|Date of Birth||19 October 2000|
|Birthplace||Dhanana Village, Bhiwani, Haryana|
|Hometown||Dhanana Village, Bhiwani, Haryana|
|College/University||Chaudhary Bansi Lal University, Bhiwani, Haryana|
|Educational Qualification||Master of Physical Education|
|Grandparents||Mangeram and Prem Devi|
|Siblings||One Brother Akshit Kumar|
Nitu Ghanghas Parents, Family
Nitu Ghanghas is Daughter of Jai Bhagwan and Mukesh Devi.Her father Jai Bhagwan, is a bill messenger at the Haryana Vidhan Sabha in Chandigarh. Her mother’s Mukesh Devi is a house wife. She has a younger brother named Akshit Kumar.Nitu was born in a Hindu Jaat family.According to her mother, Nitu was a “naughty child” who frequently got into fights with her siblings and at school. Nitu’s father exposed her to boxing as a constructive outlet for her energy.
Nitu Ghanghas Husband, Is Nitu Ghanghas Married
Nitu Ghanghas is not married yet.She is working hard now for her successful career.
Nitu Ghanghas Height and Weight
in feet & inches 5’ 4”
in centimeters– 162 cm
|Weight (approx.)||in kilograms– 48 kg|
in pounds– 105 lbs
Nitu Ghanghas Career
She began her boxing career in 2012, competing in different regional boxing championships. At the AIBA Youth Women’s World Boxing Championships (2017) in Guwahati, she earned her first gold medal.
She earned a gold medal at the Asian Youth Boxing Championship in 2018 after defeating Thailand’s boxer Nillada Meekoon. She had to relax for nearly two years after suffering a shoulder injury in 2019.
Nitu earned the gold medal for India in the 48 category at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham after defeating Demie-Jade Resztan of England 5-0 on August 7, 2022.
She becomes the sixth Indian boxer (male or female) to win the World Championship after beating Mongolian Lutsaikhany Altantsetseg 5-0 on March 25, 2023 in the minimumweight division.Nitu Ghanghas won the gold title at the Women’s Boxing World Championship 2023 after defeating Mongolia’s Lutsaikhan Altantsetseg in the 48kg final.
Nitu Ghanghas Medal
Gold medal in AIBA Youth Women’s World Boxing Championships, Guwahati (2017)
Gold medal in Asian Youth boxing championship (2018)
Gold medal in 73rd Strandja Memorial Boxing Tournament, Sofia, Bulgaria (2022)