There are difficulties but instead of complaining, I think it is better to use them as motivation and work harder. That's what my parents taught me while they supported my dreams," she said.
"The more problems you face in pursuit of your dreams, the more delightful your success becomes. As far as problems of ammunition shortage are concerned, at least I have never faced them. My practice has never been held up because of such issues," she added.
Tejaswini said the morale-boosting historic triumph also sets her up perfectly for the Commonwealth Games this October.
"The preparations has been on for a long time and this has just added to my confidence. I can't describe how happy I am right now," she said.
National coach Sunny Thomas was equally elated for his ward.
"She is only the fifth world-record holder in India after Gagan Narang, Suma Shirur, Ronjan Singh Sodhi, Asher Noria. What she did today is truly remarkable," Thomas said.In Image: Ace shooters Tejaswini Sawant and Gagan Narag who won gold and bronze medals respectively in their events at the World Championships in Munich, pose for a photo with Sports Minister M S Gill in New Delhi on Monday.