The world number 7 Indian pairing will face next either fifth-seeded Malaysian Aaron Chia and Soh Wooi Yik or the Singaporean duo of Danny Bawa Chrisnanta and Jun Liang Andy Kwek.
Despite conceding early leads in his bouts, the 24-year-old Ravi bounced back on each occasion to hand the country its first gold of the tournament.
Likewise Dutee, after winning two gold medals in the first edition, also has her focus on the quadrennial events scheduled in 2022.
The five Indian grapplers in the above weight categories had left the country on Saturday while the women contingent and remaining five Greco-Roman wrestlers left on Monday.
However, unavailability of tickets mean their plan for acclimatisation prior to the event might not succeed.
The Wrestling Federation of India though is making efforts to make sure the trio board the flight along with the Greco-Roman wrestlers to reach the venue on April 17.
Having been part of the national camp in Patiala for some time now, the Thailand meet is a big opportunity for them to try and get some positive returns ahead of bigger challenges later this year.
Olympic costs are notoriously difficult to track, and there is debate about what are and what are not Olympic-specific expenditures.
The 24-year-old Chopra won the men's javelin throw event in Tokyo Games last year with an effort of 87.58m to win India's first Olympic gold in athletics.
Among the standout names who will be on show is Hima Das, the national record holder in the women’s 400m.
Ujah was part of the quartet alongside Zharnel Hughes, Richard Kilty and Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake that finished second to Italy in a close race by 0.01 seconds in August.
Lack of match practice due to the Covid 19 pandemic after a successful Olympic outing cost India dearly as they produced inconsistent performances in crucial matches to crash out of the title race.
In a Twitter post, Chopra said he is humbled and honoured to know that he has been named as a recipient of the Padma Shri award and the Param Vishisht Seva Medal.
The 24-year-old is confident that the mark is around the corner and certain tweaks in his technique will help him achieve his goal.
In both the Olympics and Paralympics, India witnessed a record medal haul as the country's athletes gave their best ever performances in Japan.