Leading search engine Google has named its doodle after famous wrestler of subcontinent Ghulam Muhammad Bakhsh alias Gamma Wrestler on Sunday 22nd May. On the 144th birthday of Gamma Wrestler, the world’s most used search engine Google has paid homage to Gamma Wrestler by replacing its logo with a doodle. Ghulam Muhammad Bakhsh Butt aka ‘Gamma Wrestler’ was born on May 22, 1878, in Amritsar, India. He was undefeated in wrestling for 52 years.
Google named its doodle after the subcontinent’s famous Gamma Wrestler
Gamma Wrestler fought 5,000 bouts in his career. Before independence, Gamma Wrestler was considered the most outstanding wrestler in India, but he moved to Pakistan after independence. Remained the national champion of Pakistan. On Pakistan’s independence in 1947, Gamma Pahlawan’s family moved from Amritsar to Mohani Road in Lahore. Gamma Wrestler passed away on May 23, 1960, and was buried in the cemetery near Pir Miki Shrine in Lahore. It should be noted that Gamma Wrestler is also called Rustam Zaman for being invincible. He has won more than 400 boats in his 50-year career.