Divya Kakran – Biography, Husband, Family, Career & Success

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Divya Kakran Is An Indian Freestyle Wrestling Wrestler, Who Was Born On 8 October 1998 In Muzaffarnagar, UP. She Won A Gold Medal At The Commonwealth Wrestling Championships In 2017 And A Bronze Medal At The Asian Games And Commonwealth Games In 2018.

Divya Kakran Won The Gold Medal In The 2020 Kg Weight Category Of The Asian Wrestling Championships In 68 And She Is The First Female Wrestler In The Country To Do So.


Divya Kakran

Name Divya Kakran
Nickname Divya Wrestling Boy
Date Of Birth 8 October 1998
Birthplace Up. Muzaffarnagar
Age 25 Years (2023)
Profession Wrestling Wrestler
Father Surajveer Sain
Mother Sanyogita Sain
Brother Dev Sain
Marital Status Unmarried
Engagement Engagement (Sachin Pratap)
Weight 68 Kg
Height 167 Cm (5 Ft 6 In)
Nationality Indian


Wrestling Wrestler Divya Kakran Biography

Divya Kakran Was Born On October 8, 1998, In Purbalian, Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. She Hails From North Delhi And Belongs To A Middle-Class Family In The Village. His Father’s Name Is Surajveer Sain And Mother’s Name Is Sanyogita Sain.

Kakran Is A Graduate In Physical Education And Sports Science From Noida College Of Physical Education. Apart From This, He Is Also Working As Senior TTE In Indian Railways.

Wrestling Career

Divya Kakran Won A Gold Medal At The Commonwealth Championships In Johannesburg In 2017, This Was Her First Medal In Professional Wrestling, Which She Was Awarded As A Gold Medal. After This, He Won The Silver Medal In The 69 Kg Weight Category Held In New Delhi.

This Was Divya Kakran’s Debut As She Won A Bronze Medal While Representing India In The Asian Gamesheld In 2018.


After This, Divya Kakran Won The Bronze Medal In The Year 2018, She Received This Medal In The Commonwealth Games. In 2019 And 2021, He Won Bronze Medals And Gold Medals In The Asian Championships.

It Is A Matter Of Pride For India And The People Living In India.

Not Only This, Divya Kakran Has Also Made India Proud In Wrestling By Winning A Bronze Medal In The 2022 Kg Weight Category At The Commonwealth Games 68 (CWG) Held In Birmingham.


Wrestling Career Achievements

  • Bronze Medal (Commonwealth Games 2022)
  • Bronze Medal (Commonwealth Games 2018)
  • Bronze Medal (Asian Games 2018)
  • Gold Medal (Asian Championships 2021)
  • Gold Medal (Asian Championships 2020)
  • Silver Medal (Asian Championships 2017)
  • Bronze Medal (Asian Championships 2019)
  • Gold Medal (Commonwealth Championships-2017)



  • 2020 – Arjuna Award

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