India no more a nation of just cricket!

Cricket has been India’s most revered sport for the past few decades. Despite not being the national sport, this game with a bat and a ball played on a pitch of 22 yards enjoys mass following and has become a devotion, adoration for Indians. The players playing cricket are considered no less than Lords and prayers are offered before every significant match or tournament. However, in recent times, Millenials have witnessed a shift in sports reli...

Patna Pirates- The Capture of Hearts and Trophies

"Kabaddi! Kabaddi!  It's all about the chant." The unprecedented winners, the hattrick attainers, the heroes, and the pirates of Bihar, Patna Pirates need no introduction in the world of Kabaddi. It goes without saying that this spirited team driven by Pardeep Narwal under the supervision and coaching of Ram Mehar Singh is by far one of the most consistent teams in the Pro Kabaddi league with the distinction of reaching the playoffs in all the...

Indian roots of Kabaddi

If you have grown up playing in the streets and by-lanes of India hu-tu-tu and kabaddi-kabaddi are the two phrases that will be somewhere etched in your heart. Kabaddi, a contact sport that the whole nation swears by has roots that go back to as old as Mahabharata days. There is a popular belief that this sport originated in Tamil Nadu, almost 400 decades ago and has gained traction all over India and world, especially in Punjab, Haryana, Bihar a...