Geeta Phogat Net Worth | House Cars Salary Income |

The Net Worth of Geeta Phogat has shot up in the last two years. Geeta Phogat is an Indian Woman Wrestler,  who won India’s first ever gold medal in wrestling at the Commonwealth Games, in 2010. The Net Worth of Geeta Phogat comes from Salary from Indian Wrestling Federation, Royalty from Movies and Tournament Prize Money. Also checkout below Geeta Phogat Cars, House etc.

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Geeta Phogat Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth Rs.24 Crore
Personal Properties Rs.4 Crore
Luxury Cars Owned – 1 Rs.40 Lakhs
Tournment Fee Rs.1,00,000

Geeta Phogat Cars

Geeta Phogat owns a Maruti Suziki and a BMW Car that was gifted by Indian Sports Authority in 2014.

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Geeta Phogat Yearly Income

Year Earnings
2016 Rs18 Crore
2015 Rs.2 Crore
2014 Rs.1.5 Crore
2013 Rs.1.8 Crore
2012 Rs.2 Crore

Geeta Phogat House

A new house was purchased by Geeta Phogat in 2016. The current market value of the house is Rs.1.5 Crore. before this, she and her family stayed in this home in rural Haryana.

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Geeta Phogat Biography

Geeta Phogat comes from a Hindu Jat family of Balali village in Bhiwani district, Haryana. Her father Mahavir Singh Phogat, a former wrestler himself, is also her coach.

Geeta Phogat won the Gold medal at the Commonwealth Wrestling Championship held in Jalandhar, Punjab between 19 and 21 December 2009.

Geeta Phogat won India’s first ever gold medal in women’s wrestling at the Commonwealth Games held in New Delhi beating Emily Bensted from Australia in the gold medal match.

Geeta Phogat won a gold medal in the Wrestling FILA Asian Olympic Qualification Tournament that concluded at Almaty, Kazakhstan in April 2012.

At the 2015 Asian Championships in Doha, Geeta Phogat finished third winning the bronze medal in the freestyle 58 kg category along with Aiym Abdildina of Kazakhstan.

Geeta Phogat Net Worth Estimated Growth

The Net Worth and Income of Geeta Phogat will grow at a rate of 25% over the next fe