Nahan 25 Sep
Two daughters of Rajgarh region also known as peach valley of Himachal would showcase their talent in the volleyball league match to be held at Nepal from September 26 to October 2. They shall represent the country there. They are among three women players from each country who are participating in this volleyball league match to be held in Nepal.
Three female players Kunjana, Shweta and Priyanka have been selected from India, for the same. Both the players from Himachal Pradesh belong to a farmer family from the rural environment of Rajgarh as Kunjana Singh is a resident of village Nanu Bagodiya and Shweta is a resident of village Chambidhar. Third, Priyanka hails from the state of Punjab. There is an atmosphere of enthusiasm and happiness in the entire region on this achievement of native girls.
Kunjana Singh is pursuing B.Ed from Panjab University Chandigarh and Shweta is pursuing B.Ed from Patiala. Kunjana Singh said that for the last one month she was coaching in Chandigarh and now she has reached Nepal.
She credits this achievement to the coach of Panjab University, Vandana Kumari, under whose guidance she has achieved this position. Most importantly, Coach Vandana also belongs to the Rohru region of Himachal Pradesh.
Kunjanaa Singh’s father Kaptan Singh said that there is an volleys of congratulators in his house from the people. Shweta’s mother Usha Devi is also very happy on this achievement of her daughter.
Vikram Justa, the vice president of the area, said that Shweta has been a very hardworking girl since childhood. Shweta’s father passed away long back and her mother Usha Devi working hard alone is providing good education to her daughter and son, he added.


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