After the Olympic win Netizens are searching for caste and religion of PV Sindhu and Lovlina Borgohain’s

Since India is doing very well at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 here's what the netizens are searching about the two female candidates from Assam. Amidst all the the Google search of two powerful players PV Sindhu and Lovlina Borgohain has reached its peak after PV Sindhu bagged the bronze medal for India in Badminton.

The above data is as of 1st August,2021 which shows, Lovlina Borgohain's religion search which becomes the third most searched topic related to the Indian boxer on Google.

The boxer has made up history as she became the first woman from her state to guarantee a medal in Boxing for her country after reaching the semi-finals.

She managed to defeat after a comfortable victory against Nien-Chin Chen of the Chinese Taipei 4-1 in the welterweight (69kg) quarter-finals.

Even after Borgohain making a history for a win of gold  while sports enthusiast fans  around the country are busy celebrating her achievement, and also at the same time many are spending  their time on finding out her religion.

After Lovlina's search getting hyped netizens are also searching out the PV Sindhu's caste on which the Google search has been at a peak since August 1 after the announcement of a Bronze medal by Sindhu.

As reported by IndiaTimes, the netizens from Telangana, Haryana, UP, Bihar, Delhi, and Rajasthan, have a most number of searches on Sindhu's caste.

Also states such as Manipur, Goa, Assam, Kerala, West Bengal, and Odisha are be traced on most search traffic for Lovlina Borgohain's religion.

by Nishita Sharma | Mon, Aug 02 - 03:00 PM

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