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Kabaddi

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A presentation made by the 5th graders of Millennium National School for their friends in Norway. This is part of the information exchange program between the two countries.

A presentation made by the 5th graders of Millennium National School for their friends in Norway. This is part of the information exchange program between the two countries.

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  • 1. KabaddiKabaddi  Kabaddi is a team contact sport. It is popular inKabaddi is a team contact sport. It is popular in different names.different names.  In the southern parts of India, the game is calledIn the southern parts of India, the game is called Chedugudu or Hu-Tu-Tu.Chedugudu or Hu-Tu-Tu.  In the eastern parts it is fondly called Hadudu (forIn the eastern parts it is fondly called Hadudu (for men) and Kit-Kit(For women).men) and Kit-Kit(For women).  The game is known as Kabaddi in northern India.The game is known as Kabaddi in northern India.  This game was originated in Tamil Nadu, India forThis game was originated in Tamil Nadu, India for preparing soldiers.preparing soldiers.  Kabaddi is the national game of Bangladesh, the stateKabaddi is the national game of Bangladesh, the state game of Punjab, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh ingame of Punjab, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh in India.India. About Kabaddi:About Kabaddi:
  • 2. Special Skills:Special Skills: Breath controlBreath control RaidRaid DodgingDodging Movement of hands and feetMovement of hands and feet FormationFormation Safe RaidSafe Raid HoldingHolding Starting a RaidStarting a Raid Body Position during RaidBody Position during Raid Movements during RaidMovements during Raid PenetrationPenetration Kick (Side Kick , Front Kick , Round Kick , Sitting Kick )Kick (Side Kick , Front Kick , Round Kick , Sitting Kick ) Touching with the hand (Vertical swing of arms, Horizontal swing of arms )Touching with the hand (Vertical swing of arms, Horizontal swing of arms ) Offensive skillsOffensive skills Defensive SkillsDefensive Skills – Wrist catch or LockWrist catch or Lock Crocodile HoldCrocodile Hold Over the shoulder catchOver the shoulder catch Ankle catch and lockAnkle catch and lock Elephant stanceElephant stance Charging elephantCharging elephant TauntingTaunting
  • 3. Rules:Rules: Each team consists of 12 players.Each team consists of 12 players. 7 players play at a time and 5 are in reserve7 players play at a time and 5 are in reserve The game consists of two 20 minute halves, with aThe game consists of two 20 minute halves, with a break of 5 minutes for change of sides.break of 5 minutes for change of sides. Usually the kabaddi play area is 12.50m x10m, dividedUsually the kabaddi play area is 12.50m x10m, divided by a line into two halves.by a line into two halves.
  • 4. How to play:How to play: The side winning the toss sends a ‘raider,’ who enters the opponents' court chanting “kabaddi-The side winning the toss sends a ‘raider,’ who enters the opponents' court chanting “kabaddi- kabaddi.”kabaddi.” The raider’s aim is to touch any or all players on the opposing side, and return to his court in oneThe raider’s aim is to touch any or all players on the opposing side, and return to his court in one breath.breath. The person whom the raider touches will then be out.The person whom the raider touches will then be out. The aim of the opposing team, will be to hold the raider, and stop him from returning to his ownThe 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.court until he takes another breath. If the raider cannot return to his court in the same breath while chanting “kabaddi,” he will beIf the raider cannot return to his court in the same breath while chanting “kabaddi,” he will be declared out.declared out. Each team alternates in sending a player into the opponent’s court.Each team alternates in sending a player into the opponent’s court. If a player goes out of the boundary line, or if any part of his body touches the ground outside theIf a player goes out of the boundary line, or if any part of his body touches the ground outside the boundary while playing, he will be out, except during a struggle.boundary while playing, he will be out, except during a struggle. The team scores a lona (a bonus of two points), if the entire opposition is declared out.The team scores a lona (a bonus of two points), if the entire opposition is declared out.
  • 5. Forms of KabaddiForms of Kabaddi AmarAmar In the 'Amar' form of Kabaddi, whenever any player is touched (out), he does not go out of the court, but stays inside, and one point is awarded to the team that touched him. This game is also played on a time basis, i.e the time is fixed. This form of kabaddi is played in Punjab, Canada, England, New Zealand, USA, Pakistan and Australia. In the Amar form of Kabaddi, each team consists of 5-6 stoppers and 4-5 raiders. At one time, only 4 stoppers are allowed to play on the field. Every time a stopper stops the raider from going back to his ting point, that stoppers team gets 1 point. On the other hand, every time the raider tags one of the stoppers and returns to his starting point, his team gets one point. At one time, only one of the stoppers can try to stop the raider. If more than one touch the raider, an automatic point is awarded to the raider's team. If the stopper is pushed out by the raider or vice versa, then the team whose member is still in the field gets a point. If both the raider and the stopper go out, the result is a common point, where nobody gets a point. •Amar •Surjeevani •Gaminee
  • 6. SurjeevaniSurjeevani In Surjeevani Kabaddi, one player is revived against one player of the opposite team who is out, one out, one in. The duration, the number of players, dimensions of the court, etc. have been fixed by the Kabaddi Federation of India. This form of Kabaddi is the closest to the present game. In this form of Kabaddi, players are put out and revived and the game lasts 40 minutes with a 5-minute break in between. There are nine players on each side. The team that puts out all the players on the opponent's side scores four extra points for a 'Iona'. The winning team is the one that scores most points after 40 minutes. The field is bigger in this form of Kabaddi and the 'cant' different in various regions. Modern Kabaddi resembles this form of Kabaddi especially with regard to 'out & revival system' and 'Iona'. The present form of Kabaddi is a synthesis of all these forms with changes in the rules.
  • 7. GamineeGaminee This is played with nine players on either side, in a field of no specific measurements. The characteristic is that a player put out has to remain out until all his team members are out. The team that is successful in putting out all the players of the opponent's side secures a point. This is akin to the present system of 'Iona'. After all the players are put out, the team is revived and the game continues. The game continues until five or seven 'Iona' are secured. The game has no fixed time. The main disadvantage of this form of Kabaddi is that the player Is not in position to give his best performance since he is likely to remain out for the better part of the match until an Iona is scored.[3][4]
  • 8. SevenSeven official supervisors of aofficial supervisors of a matchmatch One refereeOne referee Two umpiresTwo umpires Two linesmenTwo linesmen A timekeeperA timekeeper A scorerA scorer Kabaddi develops team spirit, unity and co-operation.Kabaddi develops team spirit, unity and co-operation. Matches are based on the bases of age-groups andMatches are based on the bases of age-groups and weight.weight.
  • 9. So now you are ready to play Kabaddi!!!

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