WU19 T20 WC final: Daughter’s final is there, no trust of the light… Mother bought inverter by adding pie-pie

New Delhi. The Indian team will clash with England on Sunday to win the Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup (WU19 T20 WC final) title. The eyes of crores of people will be fixed on the final match of the tournament being held in South Africa. Savitri Devi is one of them. Savitri is the mother of Archana Devi, the bowling all-rounder in Team India. He is also eagerly waiting for his daughter’s match. To avoid any hindrance in watching the daughter play, she has bought an inverter by adding one pie each.

18-year-old Archana is a resident of Ratai Purva, a small village in Unnao district of UP. In this village electricity goes more than it comes. Savitri wants to watch the final match on her smartphone, which was given to her by Archana before leaving for South Africa. It is also necessary to charge the mobile to watch the entire match. Savitri understood this problem and she was also looking for its solution. To see his hard work being successful, he has bought an inverter by adding Rs.

Talking to Indian Express, Savitri said, “There is no guarantee of electricity in our village. So I saved money to buy an inverter. My daughter is in the team playing the World Cup final and we want to watch the match on our mobile phones without any interruption.”

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Mother took her daughter forward by selling milk

Right-arm off-spinner Archana and her mother Savitri’s life has been a struggle. Even today the whole family lives in a one room thatched house. At the age of 4, Archana lost her father’s shadow. Shortly after this, Savitri lost her son as well. Archana’s younger brother was bitten by a snake, due to which he died. Savitri, broken by the shock of husband and son, gathered courage and decided to take her daughter forward. He ran the household expenses by selling cow’s milk and doing farming.

When the financial crunch did not go away, he sent Archana to the Kasturba Gandhi Residential School, so that along with free education, good food would also be available. For this he also had to listen to the taunts of the people. Archana’s talent in Kasturba Gandhi was first recognized by her physical education teacher Poonam and inspired her to play cricket. Archana came to Kanpur at the age of 13 to learn cricket. There Kapil Pandey, who was the coach of Kuldeep Yadav, taught him the tricks of the game.

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