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Top 10 Female Indian Bodybuilders

Suprity Acharjee

Suprity Acharjee is a young and talented bodybuilder from India. She has won several titles and competitions like Federation Cup open bodybuilding 2022, Miss Chhattisgarh, Jr. Miss India 2020, & Miss West India 2020, BigFit Classic overall 2022 & 2023.
In addition to her bodybuilding career, she is an online fitness coach and a fitness model. 
She has a large following on social media, especially on Instagram, where she posts her amazing physique and training videos.
She is known for her impressive biceps, abs, and traps. She often wears sarees while working out, which adds to her charm and appeal.

Europa Bhowmik

Europa Bhowmik, a young and talented female bodybuilder from Bengal, India, has achieved remarkable feats in her life.
She won a silver medal in the lightweight category at the Asian Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championship 2017, which took place in South Korea. Additionally, she stood third at her debut Senior National Bodybuilding Championships in 2016.
At the age of 18, she became the youngest competitive woman bodybuilder in India. Europa Bhowmik’s physique is characterized by well-defined muscles, a V-shaped upper body, and strong, sculpted legs. 

Ankita Singh

Ankita Singh is an Indian fitness model, Miss Fitness World 2014, and Miss India 2014 who has been featured on numerous magazine covers and TV shows.
She has also been among the top 5 finalists of Jerrai classics in 2015. Ankita Singh is a well-known personality on social media, where she shares posts related to the latest style trends, fashionable outfits, accessories, places to explore, product reviews, and more.
She is an Instagram star and has collaborated with multiple reputed and renowned brands. Ankita Singh takes great care of her fitness and works out regularly, does yoga, and exercises every day. 

Kiran Dembla

Kiran Dembla is an Indian bodybuilder and fitness trainer who has achieved remarkable success in the fitness and bodybuilding world.
She entered bodybuilding at the age of 40, defying stereotypes and inspiring others. Her list of achievements and awards in the fitness and bodybuilding domain is impressive, and her journey from a housewife to a bodybuilder and fitness trainer has been a source of inspiration for many.
Some of her remarkable achievements in life are: losing 24 kilos in seven months after being diagnosed with blood clots in the brain, opening her own gym and training celebrities like Taapsee Pannu, SS Rajamouli, Prabhas, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah Bhatia, and Ram Charan, winning the sixth position and the title for best figure overall at the World Bodybuilding Championship in Budapest in 2013, and becoming a DJ, singer, motivational speaker, and photographer.

Sarita Devi

Thingbaijam Sarita Devi, a female bodybuilder from Manipur, is a trailblazer in Indian women’s bodybuilding.
She holds the distinction of being the first woman to win the National Bodybuilding Championship three times, a feat that has brought pride to the Indian bodybuilding community.
Sarita Devi, a mother of two, has not only excelled in international competitions but has also become an inspiration for women in the sport.
Her notable achievements include winning the Satish Sugar Classic National Competition in Bengaluru in 2015, where she secured the title of ‘Champion’, as well as winning silver at the 49th Asian Bodybuilding Championship hosted by Uzbekistan in the same year.
Additionally, she won bronze at the 2016 World Championship held in Bangkok and achieved fifth place at both the Asian Championship in Macau, China, in 2014 and the World Championship when India hosted it.
Sarita Devi’s remarkable accomplishments in bodybuilding reflect her dedication, hard work, and the support of her family, particularly her husband Bhogirot Thingbaiyam, who recognized her potential in the sport. Despite facing health issues after giving birth, she took up bodybuilding to improve her well-being and has since become a prominent figure in the Indian bodybuilding community.

Sonali Swami

Sonali Swami is a female fitness athlete and bodybuilder from India, has achieved significant success in her career.
Some of her notable achievements include winning the Bronze medal at the Asian Bodybuilding and Physique Championship in 2016, emerging as the winner of the MuscleMania India ‘Fitness’ in 2014, securing the first position in the MuscleMania India ‘Model’ competition in 2014, and winning the BodyPower ‘FitFactor’ India in 2014.
Sonali Swami’s accomplishments in bodybuilding and fitness reflect her dedication, hard work, and success in various national and international competitions, making her a prominent figure in the fitness space in India.

Ashwini Waskar

Ashwini Waskar is India’s first female competitive bodybuilder who has participated in eight bodybuilding competitions, including an international contest.
She quit her job to become a personal trainer and aims to be India’s top female bodybuilder. Her father has been her sponsor, handling all costs from training to participation charges. Ashwini’s transformation from an overweight body to India’s first competitive bodybuilder is highly inspiring

Rebita Devi

Rebita Devi is a bodybuilder from India who has achieved several accomplishments in her career, including winning international medals in two different events: Wushu and Bodybuilding, securing 3rd place in the women’s 55+kg category at the 6th World Body Building and Physique Sports Championship 2014 in Mumbai, participating in the 5th WBPF World Cup Championships, where she was featured in a video by WBPF-TV, and claiming a bronze medal in bodybuilding at the same World Cup event. 
Rebita started her bodybuilding career in 2012, after having two children. She faced many challenges and difficulties as a woman in a male-dominated sport, but she persevered and proved her mettle. She began to gain muscle mass and strength, and soon became a formidable competitor.

Mamota Devi

Mamota Devi is a bodybuilder from India who has won several medals at international competitions.
She is married to Borun Yumnam, who is also a professional bodybuilder and has won the Mr India and Mr Asia titles.
They are the first Indian couple to achieve this feat and are known as India’s first bodybuilding champion duo.
Mamota started her bodybuilding career in 2012, after having three children.
She faced many challenges and difficulties as a woman in a male-dominated sport, but she persevered and proved her mettle. She began to gain muscle mass and strength and soon became a formidable competitor.
She won bronze in the below 52kg category at the 46th Mr Asia for Men & Women, in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
She also won gold medals at the Asian Games, Asian Championships, and Asian Cup.
Mamota is now a mother of three children and runs a gymnasium in New Delhi with her husband. She trains hard every day and follows a strict diet.
She says that bodybuilding is not only about physical fitness but also about mental strength and confidence. She wants to inspire other women to pursue their dreams and break barriers.

Deepika Chowdhury

Deepika Chowdhury is a molecular biologist and a bodybuilder who has made history as the first Indian female to get an IFBB Pro Card and the first Indian female to win the Overall figure title at the 2015 NPC Steve Stone Metropolitan Championships.
She has competed in many international competitions and has represented India at the prestigious Arnold Classic in 2017. She is also a scientist at the National Institute of Virology in Pune and a fitness coach.

Karuna Waghmare

Karuna Waghmare is a professional bodybuilder who has been training for the last 16 years and has participated in several national-level competitions.
She is known for her dedication and determination in the fitness world. Karuna Waghmare has been training for the last 16 years and is India’s first international-level women bodybuilder.
She has participated in numerous national-level competitions and has been a professional bodybuilder for over a decade.
In 2018, she won the Miss Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Asia, and World Amateur Olympia Women’s Physique titles.
Karuna Waghmare has been featured in various interviews and videos, discussing her journey and experiences in the fitness world.
She continues to live her motto: “Age is nothing but a number” and is an inspiration to many aspiring bodybuilders.
Karuna Waghmare is not only a successful bodybuilder but also a fitness consultant, sharing her knowledge and expertise with others to help them achieve their fitness goals.

Shweta Rathore

Shweta Rathore is an international physique athlete from India. She is the first Indian female to win a medal at the World Championship and the first Indian to win Miss India three times in a row.
She won the 49th Asian Championship and has also won several other titles, including Miss World 2014 Fitness Physique, Miss Asia 2015 Fitness Physique, and Miss India Sports Physique Champion 2015.
Shweta Rathore is also the founder and president of the NGO God’s Beautiful Child. She studied bio-chemical engineering at Manipur University and is an engineer by qualification.
She is the first Indian brand ambassador for Muscletech and the brand ambassador for Avvatar.

Yashmeen Chauhan

Yashmeen Chauhan Manak, also known as Yashmeen Chauhan, is a prominent figure in the fitness and bodybuilding industry.
She is a renowned bodybuilder, owner of Sculpt Gym, a professional athlete, and a prep coach. Yashmeen Chauhan has achieved significant success in her career, including winning the IBBFF Mr. India title in 2016 and becoming the first Indian female bodybuilder to win a medal at the Arnold Classic in 2018.
Her journey from being a kindergarten teacher to a world champion has inspired many individuals. Yashmeen Chauhan’s dedication, hard work, and remarkable achievements have established her as a leading personality in the fitness and bodybuilding domain.
She is also a certified fitness professional from the “American College of Sports Medicine.”

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