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Kabaddi, the game of team pursuit, is a well known popular game in North India has caught up in the other parts of the world too and i guess it has been spread across the world due to the fact that people form punjab made efforts. If you dont agree with me on this point then write me back with one good reason.

It is assumed that it got introduced approx 4000 years back, although we do not have not seen any fact being claimed about its origin. Kabaddi can be seen the mix of two mordern stops Rugby and Wrestling. Its a team sport and emphasis more on self-defence.

Kabaddi being a non-expensive sport had been taken much of its place in rural areas. It does not requires a big playeing area and neither does it requires any equipment to play. All it needs is the determintation, strength and quick reflexes.

The origin

Kabbadi is believed to be one of the oldest games of Indian origin. More than 4000 years ago the ancient Indian epic Mahabharata describes a battle between the warriors Abhimanyu of the Pandavas with the Cauravas inside the enemy camp and managed to penetrate their seven tiered defense, but died because he did not know the way out.

Kabaddi is basically an outdoor team game played on level and soft ground which requires both skill and power and combines the characteristics of wrestling and rugby. It was originally meant to develop self defense in addition to responses to attack and reflexes of counter attack by individuals and defense by groups or teams. It is believed that Kabaddi was invented to develop a defensive responses by an individual against group attacks and group’s responses to an individual attack. This is the only combative sport in which offence is an individual effort whereas defense is a group effort.


The game consists of three major disciplines, Kabaddi, Beach Kabaddi and Circle Kabaddi.


Basically a simple inexpensive game played out door on level soft ground or sand, and neither requires a...

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