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Shreyas Kulkarni , Mihir Kulkarni, Shaunak Natuu, Shubham Kulkarni, Mihir Patkar
Hey friends. We hope you all play sports. We all
are huge fans of sports. If some day we don’t
get to play sports we think it is very unfair or
all our fun has gone. Well there are many
sports in India like malkhamb, kho kho, lagori,
etc. We like all of them as they are very
fantastic sports. But today we are going to tell
you about a sport which we like the most.
Have you ever heard the game kabaddi?09/28/10 2Millennium National School
Kabaddi is a fun game to play. When you play
it you will come to know how fun it is!!! And
you will always play it. But this is a different
sport from others and the good news is you
do not have to use any ball or something. The
main thing you need to concentrate on, your
eyes, legs, hands and mouth.
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Kabaddi is one of the popular game among the
people of Asia. It is an Indian game but the
reality is that no one really knows about the
origin of this game. Some historians believe
that it is about 4,000 years old game. This
game involves skill and power of two teams
and combines the characteristics of wrestling.
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Ground of Kabaddi
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In the international team version of Kabaddi, two
teams of seven members each occupy opposite halves
of a field of 13m × 10m in case of men and 12m X 10m
in case of women.
Ground of Kabaddi
Each team has five substitute players. The
game is played for 20 minutes in each half.
Between the two halves both the teams take
five minutes break to change the sides.
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The side which wins the toss sends a 'raider',
who enters the opponents' half of the court
chanting, Kabaddi-Kabaddi. The raider's aim is
to touch any players on the opposing side, and
return to his court in one breath. The person,
whom the raider touches, will then be out.
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The aim of the opposing team, will be to
hold the raider, and stop him from
returning to his own court, until he takes
another breath. If the raider cannot return
to his court in the same breath he is out.
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• Each team alternates in sending a player into
the opponents' court. If a player goes out of
the boundary line during the course of the
play, or if any part of his body touches the
ground outside the boundary, he will be out,
except during a struggle.
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The team scores a lona ( a bonus of two
points), if the entire opposition is declared
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Seven officials supervise a match - one
referee, two umpires, two linesmen, a time
keeper and a scorer.
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The strategy is that we can make a chain and
bring the raider in our court and grab the
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Where is Kabaddi played?
Kabaddi is played in soft soil and grass like a wrestling pitch.
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Here are some more photos of your favorite
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