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Kabaddi

How the Punjabi community popularised Kabaddi in the UK

From the fields of Punjab to the parks of England, kabaddi has been carried by large numbers of Punjabis who came to create new lives in the country during the post war period. As they set about establishing themselves in...

Kabaddi and the Nazis

In 1936 a team of kabaddi players from the HVPM club in Amravati, Maharashtra travelled to Berlin for the infamous Nazi Olympics, resulting in a meeting with Adolf Hitler. It all came about because of a friendship between one of...

The birth of the Pro Kabaddi League

An excerpt from Kabaddi by Nature by Vivek Chaudhary which charts the transformation of the nation’s true national game, its role in the freedom struggle and wider significance to Indians wherever they might be. Located in midtown Manhattan, the Harvard Club is one of New...

In numbers: The calm planning that led to Bengaluru Bulls’ maiden PKL title

On 5th January 2019, Bengaluru Bulls clinched their maiden title against the Gujarat Fortune Giants 38-33 at NSCI SVP Stadium, Mumbai. Bengaluru Bulls started the finals as favourites but they were behind at the end of 1st half trailing...

Kabaddi is India’s genuine, indigenous sport: Anand Mahindra

Corporate participation for the upliftment of sports in India has seen a significant boom especially in the last decade or so. Amidst all of it, Anand Mahindra's name stands out as one of the pioneers especially when one speaks...