“Kabaddi has as of now been remembered for the Asian Games and presently, India, yet all Asian nations should meet up to guarantee that the game is remembered for the Olympics also. That is our definitive objective,” Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports in India, Kiren Rijiju had said in an assertion tending to kabaddi trainers and teams like puneri paltan team from everywhere the world recently.
These words carried confidence to great many kabaddi fans in the midst of the developing interest for the game’s incorporation in the greatest world game. In any case, this isn’t whenever this native game first has discovered notice at a worldwide stage.
Played at first in mud courts across India, kabaddi’s first presentation at a worldwide occasion traces all the way back to 1936 when it was displayed at the Berlin Olympics.
Having gotten the attention of the crowd, it got a colossal reaction, in any event, being accounted for on by numerous local European papers. In any case, 84 years on, the game has had little notice since.
Be that as it may, the transient ascent of this Indian game has helped change assessments as of late with the presentation of the new principles adding to the rush and prominence of the game and thus raising the height of the game and its players into wearing symbols.
Revival of kabaddi in India
The year 2014 was great for kabaddi as it went from being seen as a rustic game, to drawing in a crowd of people from all aspects of India. The approach of the establishment based association vivo pro kabaddi league improved the elements of the game and gave it a significant lift which drew consideration from numerous different nations too.