Jhulan Goswami is a famous Indian Cricketer. She is an all-rounder and she represents India in International cricket. She was appointed as a captain of the Indian Women’s Cricket Team in 2009 and she later gave up the captaincy to Mithali Raj. Talking about her childhood, Jhulan was born in West Bengal and most of her childhood was spent there. It is known that she had been fond of football since a young age but during the 1992 Cricket World Cup, her interest started to develop in Cricket. She started her cricket coaching while she was in school and that helped her in achieving her goals.
As she turned 19, she got a chance to play her first International match. Since then, she had been excelling in the sports. Talking about the stats, she played 164 international matches and she scored close to 1000 runs in these matches. In addition to this, she cracked 195 wickets in 164 matches she played. Her score in Twenty-20 cricket had also been quite amazing as she scored 329 runs in 53 matches and she also cracked 50 wickets in the matches she played. It is also known that Jhulan won several awards like 2007 – ICC Women’s Cricketer of the Year, Arjuna Award and Padma Shri.
- Real Name:Jhulan Nishit Goswami
- Nick Name:Babul and Gozzy
- Date of Birth:25November 1982
- Place of Birth:Naida, West Bengal, India
- College: Not Known
- Marital Status:Not Known
- Zodiac Sign:Sagittarius
- Weight:72 Kgs
- Eye Color: Dark Brown
- Position: All-Rounder
- Hair Color: Black
- Net Worth: Not Known