DHYAN CHAND

THE GREAT
ROBERT MARIA VINCENT

ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
8 GOALS
* Once, while playing a hockey
game, Major Dhyan Chand
was not able to score a goal
against the opposition team.
A...
DHYAN VS HITLER
Shree Dhyaanchand was
among those Who made
Hitler his Fan and He
requested to accept
Germany Citizenship a...
UNIQUE FANS FOR DHYAN
IN
OLYMPICS
After India played its first
match in the 1936 Olympics,
Dhyan Chand's magical
stickwork...
GREAT MAGICIAN

* In Holland, the
authorities broke his
hockey stick to check if
there was a magnet
inside.
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INTERESTING FACTS
During the final of the 1936 Olympic hockey
tournament, the Germans decided to play rough
after 6 goals ...
DHYAN VS DON BRADMAN
* Cricket world's legend Don Bradman and
Hockey's greatest player Dhyan Chand once
came face to face ...
STATUE AT VIENNA
Residents of Vienna, Austria,
honoured him by setting up a
statue of him with four hands and
four sticks,...
After retirement, he taught
at coaching camps at
Mount Abu, Rajasthan
and later accepted the
position of Chief
Hockey Coac...
The Government of India
honoured him with the
Padma Bhushan in
1956.In 1956, at the age
of 51, he retired from
the Army wi...
LOST A TOOTH
Between 1936 and the
commencement of the War
in 1939, he largely
confined himself to Army
hockey, with one vi...
In December 1934, the IHF decided to send a team to
New Zealand in the new year. Chand and his brother
were immediately se...
He is known as the 'Wizard' of the game for his superb ball
control. He played his final international match in 1948, havi...
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The man who said to Hitler that he dont play for money but for the country.
Appreciated by Don Bradman
Received 400 awards from other countries.

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  • Recently british parliament has given him Bharat Gaurav award for his contribution to hockey but Dhyan chand deserves Bharat Ratna. UPA govt didn’t shown bill to give him this award, when it could have been bestowed upon him. The greatest cricketer of all time, Sir Don Bradman on seeing Dhyan Chand said, “You score goals like runs” as per source – http://majordhyanchand.com
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Dhyan chand - INDIAN HOCKEY PLAYER - Hitler saluted

  1. 1. DHYAN CHAND THE GREAT ROBERT MARIA VINCENT ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  2. 2. 8 GOALS * Once, while playing a hockey game, Major Dhyan Chand was not able to score a goal against the opposition team. After several misses, he argued with the match referee regarding the measurement of the goal post, and amazingly, it was found to not be in conformation with the official width of a goal post (as prescribed under international rules). ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  3. 3. DHYAN VS HITLER Shree Dhyaanchand was among those Who made Hitler his Fan and He requested to accept Germany Citizenship and play for Germany & in return he will get as much as Money and a he will be head of his Army.! but He refused saying he does not play for money but for Country.! ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  4. 4. UNIQUE FANS FOR DHYAN IN OLYMPICS After India played its first match in the 1936 Olympics, Dhyan Chand's magical stickwork drew crowds from other venues to the hockey field. A German newspaper carried a banner headline: 'The Olympic complex now has a magic show too.' The next day, there were posters all over Berlin: Visit the hockey stadium to watch the Indian magician Dhyan Chand in action. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  5. 5. GREAT MAGICIAN * In Holland, the authorities broke his hockey stick to check if there was a magnet inside. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  6. 6. INTERESTING FACTS During the final of the 1936 Olympic hockey tournament, the Germans decided to play rough after 6 goals had been scored against them. Going for Dhyan, the German goalkeeper removed one of his teeth.Coming back after receiving first aid, Dhyan instructed his team mates not to score any more goals. "We must teach them a lesson in ball control," he said. So they repeatedly took the ball up to the German circle and then back-passed to dumbfound our opponents. They ended up beating Germany 8-1, with Dhyan scoring 6 times. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  7. 7. DHYAN VS DON BRADMAN * Cricket world's legend Don Bradman and Hockey's greatest player Dhyan Chand once came face to face at Adelaide in 1935, when the Indian hockey team was in Australia. After watching Dhyan Chand in action, Don Bradman remarked "He scores goals like runs in cricket" ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  8. 8. STATUE AT VIENNA Residents of Vienna, Austria, honoured him by setting up a statue of him with four hands and four sticks, depicting his control and mastery over the ball. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  9. 9. After retirement, he taught at coaching camps at Mount Abu, Rajasthan and later accepted the position of Chief Hockey Coach at the National Institute of Sports, Patiala, a post he held for several years.Chand spent his last days in his hometown of Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  10. 10. The Government of India honoured him with the Padma Bhushan in 1956.In 1956, at the age of 51, he retired from the Army with the rank of Major.In 1951, Captain Dhyan Chand was honoured at the National Stadium-with Dhyan Chand tournament. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  11. 11. LOST A TOOTH Between 1936 and the commencement of the War in 1939, he largely confined himself to Army hockey, with one visit to Kolkata to take part in the Beighton Cup tournament in 1937.However, he lost a tooth in a collision with aggressive Germany goalkeeper Tito Warnholtz. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  12. 12. In December 1934, the IHF decided to send a team to New Zealand in the new year. Chand and his brother were immediately selected. When the Nawab of Manavadar declined to play, he was appointed as the captain of the Indian team. In the subsequent tour, the team played a total of 48 matches on this tour, with 28 in New Zealand and the remainder in India, Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and Australia. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  13. 13. He is known as the 'Wizard' of the game for his superb ball control. He played his final international match in 1948, having scored more than 400 goals during his international career. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
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