Shawwal Bagaria – Autobiography

Shawwal Bagaria 1st Dan Black Belt South African 17-year-old Women’s Champion. Having met this pretty shy young lady

Shawwal Bagaria 1st Dan Black Belt South African 17-year-old Women’s Champion.

Having met this pretty shy young lady for lunch at our home in South Africa, I was amazed at how radiant she became as her eyes sparkled when I asked the question, “So could you pin me down on the mat in your discipline (Judo) “

The transformation from the Mona Lisa curiosity smile to a beam that lit her face was astounding.

She became a hive of information as I asked further questions on ‘do and not do’ during a match, refereeing and regulations, the type of holds and throws and point scoring system, and in between, this sleek panther-like young lady nibbled at the culinary my wife had on array.

While many young people of her age are in dissipation, this affable 17-year-old breathes life into the art and adage of “The gentle way.”
Temperance, behavioral balance, morality, deeds, and discipline come in Fatima’s combination (Shawwal’s mother) and Shawwal’s.

Having said all that, Shawwal is very independent as well as focused in all she does.

Picture showing Shawwal skilfully tossing an opponent onto the mat.

A hint of sadness touched the corners of her lips when her Mum, a good friend of ours, indicated to us while we were dining that this is a sport that is not so well supported by the government. The parents have to raise funds for their judokas to compete internationally.

I take pleasure and opportunity in introducing one of our fine and new diasporan family to our magazine. Shawwal.
This name means the tenth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. Shawwal stems from the verb ‘to lift or carry’ in Arabic. How befitting is that for our judoka?

Shawwal Bagaria 1st Dan Black Belt South African 17-year-old Women’s Champion.

Picture of Shawwal in the middle.

Having met this pretty shy young lady for lunch at our home in South Africa, I was amazed at how radiant she became as her eyes sparkled when I asked the question, “So could you pin me down on the mat in your discipline (Judo) “

The transformation from the Mona Lisa curiosity smile to a beam that lit her face was astounding.

She became a hive of information as I asked further questions on ‘do and not do’ during a match, refereeing and regulations, the type of holds and throws and point scoring system, and in between, this sleek panther-like young lady nibbled at the culinary my wife had on array.

While many young people of her age are in dissipation, this affable 17-year-old breathes life into the art and adage of “The gentle way.”
Temperance, behavioral balance, morality, deeds, and discipline come in Fatima’s combination (Shawwal’s mother) and Shawwal’s.

Having said all that, Shawwal is very independent as well as focused in all she does.

Picture showing Shawwal skilfully tossing an opponent onto the mat.

A hint of sadness touched the corners of her lips when her Mum, a good friend of ours, indicated to us while we were dining that this is a sport that is not so well supported by the government. The parents have to raise funds for their judokas to compete internationally.

I take pleasure and opportunity in introducing one of our fine and new diasporan family to our magazine. Shawwal.
This name means the tenth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. Shawwal stems from the verb ‘to lift or carry’ in Arabic. How befitting is that for our judoka?

On behalf of Shawwal, I humbly ask any of you well wishers to telephone her Mum on the numbers below on the curriculum vitae below. Read on

Shawwal Bagaria 1st Dan Black Belt South African 17-year-old Women’s Champion.

Picture of Shawwal in the middle.

Having met this pretty shy young lady for lunch at our home in South Africa, I was amazed at how radiant she became as her eyes sparkled when I asked the question, “So could you pin me down on the mat in your discipline (Judo) “

The transformation from the Mona Lisa curiosity smile to a beam that lit her face was astounding.

She became a hive of information as I asked further questions on ‘do and not do’ during a match, refereeing and regulations, the type of holds and throws and point scoring system, and in between, this sleek panther-like young lady nibbled at the culinary my wife had on array.

While many young people of her age are in dissipation, this affable 17-year-old breathes life into the art and adage of “The gentle way.”
Temperance, behavioral balance, morality, deeds, and discipline come in Fatima’s combination (Shawwal’s mother) and Shawwal’s.

Having said all that, Shawwal is very independent as well as focused in all she does.

Picture showing Shawwal skilfully tossing an opponent onto the mat.

A hint of sadness touched the corners of her lips when her Mum, a good friend of ours, indicated to us while we were dining that this is a sport that is not so well supported by the government. The parents have to raise funds for their judokas to compete internationally.

I take pleasure and opportunity in introducing one of our fine and new diasporan family to our magazine. Shawwal.
This name means the tenth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. Shawwal stems from the verb ‘to lift or carry’ in Arabic. How befitting is that for our judoka?

On behalf of Shawwal, I humbly ask any of you well wishers to telephone her Mum on the numbers below on the curriculum vitae below. Read on

On behalf of Shawwal, I humbly ask any of you well wishers to telephone her Mum on the numbers below on the curriculum vitae below. Read on

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