Did You Know? Mithali Raj became an expert in Bharatnatyam at the age of 10

Mithali Raj, the captain of the Indian women's cricket team, celebrating her birthday today. He was born in Jodhpur on December 3, 1982. Mithali was born into a Tamil household and began learning classical dance as a child. By the age of ten, she had mastered Bharatnatyam. Her father pushed her to take up cricket, so she quit classical ballet and began playing cricket. Her mother, Leela Raj, was a cricketer as well, while her father, Durai Raj, was an Air Force officer.


Mithali Raj is a superb player in Indian women's cricket, and she has helped the team reach new heights. She plays cricket in a unique style and is frequently in the spotlight for her outstanding achievements. Mithali claimed that as a youngster, she aspired to be a classical dancer. His father had always sought to teach him discipline because he had been a slouch as a child.

Tell me Mithali graduated from high school in Hyderabad. She began playing cricket in primary school and was picked for the Indian squad when she was 17 years old.

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