It was in the 2021 Women’s Senior One Day Trophy that Dhara Gujjar first came into prominence on the back of consistent scores at the top of the order for the Bengal Women side. In the quarter final, it was her knock of 75 that saw her side scrape into the semis. And quite naturally, the ascend began. A call up to the India B side in the Senior Women’s T20 Challenger Trophy followed. And having bagged a WPL contract now, she now has the opportunity to line up and bat with the likes of Harmanpreet Kaur, Nat Sciver and Hayley Matthews.