India is sending เล่นสล็อต its largest ever contingent to the Tokyo Olympics in the hope of bettering its medals haul over previous Games.
With 120 athletes competing across 85 events, the country hopes to win medals for shooting, wrestling, boxing, archery and badminton.
India returned with a meagre two medals from the 2016 Rio Olympics - a silver for ace shuttler PV Sindhu in the Women's Singles Badminton event and a bronze for wrestler Sakshi Malik in the Women's 58kg Freestyle Wrestling event.
This time, India is participating in two events for the first time, with Bhavani Devi becoming the first fencer to qualify and Fouaad Mirza making it to the equestrian event.
India's 15-member shooting contingent is the favourite to bring back a big haul of medals.
The country's biggest hopes are pinned on Manu Bhaker and Saurabh Chaudhary.
Nineteen-year-old Bhaker, one of the top contenders in the 10m Women's Air Pistol event, has in the past won it all from World Cup gold medals to the Commonwealth medal and Youth Olympics.
At the Rio Olympics, 21-year-old PV Sindhu bagged a silver - and won a billion hearts. Not everyone had expected a medal back then from the young shuttler. But five years on, expectations are high.
"I was just a participant back then, but now everyone says Sindhu has to get a medal," she told the BBC recently.
Last year, the ace shuttler won the inaugural BBC Indian Sportswoman of the Year award.