the 2021 olympic other Paralympic The sports team of medal-winning athletes, which was presented to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has been put up for electronic auction.
The javelin, which gave India its first Olympic Games gold medal, the badminton rackets used by Paralympic gold medalists, and the gloves worn by the bronze medal-winning athlete, are among the Memories of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The souvenirs have been the subject of high bids on the website of the Ministry of Culture, which is auctioning them electronically. This includes sports equipment and team of medal-winning Olympic and Paralympic athletes, sculptures and paintings, among 1,300 other items.
The proceeds of the electronic auction will be transferred to the Namami Gange Mission, which is involved in the conservation and rejuvenation of the Ganges River.
Bids submitted for rackets, javelins and other equipment for Olympic and Paralympic athletes in the electronic auction:
The highest offer received was for By Neeraj Chopra javelin, which earned India its first gold at the 2021 Olympics, at INR 1,20,60,500, while its base price was INR 1 crore.
Meanwhile, the boxing gloves worn by bronze medal-winning boxer Lovlina Borgohain at the Tokyo Olympics have received an offer of INR 1.80 crore. The base price of the gloves was INR 80 lakh.
The fence used by CA Bhavani Devi for fencing at the 2021 Olympics received the highest bid of INR 10 crore, while its base price was INR 60 lakh.
The top badminton racket deals from gold medalist Krishna Nagar and silver medalist Suhas Lalinakere Yathiraj at the 2021 Tokyo Paralympic Games, respectively, have risen to INR 10 million rupees.
Meanwhile, the sharp-shooting goggles worn by Manish Narwal, who won a gold medal in the SH1 50-meter mixed pistol final at the Paralympic Games, have received the highest bid so far of INR 95.94 lakh.
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