Despite the fact that the beginnings of Kabaddi are as yet not clear, we know this game has its starting point in Indian subcontinent. It is to a great extent trusted that Kabaddi was Invented by Arjuna's child Abhimanyu in the Indian Mythology of Mahabharat. In the event that you recall the Chakravyuh which encompassed Abhimanyu was an arrangement of seven circles and this is the motivation behind why the game is seven against one.
Since Kabaddi is India's native sport, it has been played in Indian subcontinent from as long as 4000 years. And its also the national sports of Bangladesh
India displayed Kabaddi for the first time in the International level in the year 1936 during the Berlin Olympics. What's fascinating is the way that the diversion is presently played in a few nations including USA, Spain, Denmark, Belgium, Italy and Argentina. In the year 2010, ladies' kabaddi was likewise incorporated into the Asian Games of Guangzhou.
India is best when it comes to Kabaddi. In fact it is the only game in which our team whether women or men, have never lost even a single world cup.
It is a state sport of Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra. What’s more, the term Kabaddi is derived from Tamil words “Kai Pidi” meaning hold your hands.
Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) is the second most watched sport in India
Indian commentator Charu Sharma and his brother-in-law Anand Mahindra came together to start Pro Kabaddi league. What’s more, they also involved good friends Ronnie Screwvala, Uday Kotak and Kishore Biyani into it. Charu also approached Abhishek Bachchan who purchased the Jaipur team.