There are other good things happening on ground, too. The Gagan Narang Foundation’s grassroots programme 'Gun For Glory' has made the sport available to more aspirants across the country. One of its discoveries Elavenil Valarivan, 19, represented India in the Asian Games, finishing 14th with a total of 620.8 points in the qualification. Gun For Glory' helps erase the popular misconception that shooting is not an easily affordable sport and is elitist. The perception has its roots in India’s rich tradition of shotgun shooting, dating back to royalty like Dr Karni Singh and Raja Randhir Singh. The entry of shooters from more humble backgrounds confirms that many families are ready to back their children in such sport.