Sindhu, the reigning world champion, on Sunday became only the second Indian and first woman from the country to claim two Olympics medals, after she won a bronze in Tokyo.
When the House met for the day, Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu congratulated Sindhu for her gritty performance on behalf of the House and himself.
Competing in her third Olympics, Tai Tzu finally stood atop the podium, finishing with a silver medal after going down to Chen Yu Fei of China 18-21 21-19 18-21 in the final here on Sunday.
The 26-year-old Indian, who won a silver in the 2016 Rio Olympics, notched up a 21-15 21-13 win over 13th seed Blichfeldt in a 41-minute match.
The 26-year-old Indian, who had claimed a silver medal in the last edition in Rio, prevailed over world No.34 Cheung 21-9 21-16 in a 35-minute match to top the group.
Five years back, Sindhu was not considered a medal prospect but she stunned the world with her stellar run which ended with an unprecedented silver medal on her Olympic debut.
It has been a while since PV Sindhu displaced Saina Nehwal as the reigning queen of badminton in India.
Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu on Saturday had a social media meltdown over an oversized baggage that was not allowed on a Mumbai-bound Indigo flight’s overhead cabinet. S
It was sweet revenge for Chinese Taipei's Tzu Ying, who had lost to Sindhu most recently in the Rio Olympic Games.