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Football

Football was introduced to India during the British colonial period. Although India has never been represented in any FIFA World Cup, it did qualify in 1950, though it did not take part, as they were ...

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Tennis

Tennis is a sport among Indians in urban areas. Tennis has gained popularity after the exploits of Vijay Amritraj. India's fortunes in Grand Slam singles have been unimpressive, although Leander Paes ...

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Badminton

Badminton is played widely in India and it is one of the most popular sports in India. Badminton is a fast growing sport in India. Badminton's popularity has grown in recent years. Indian shuttlers Sa ...

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Basketball

Members of India's women's national basketball team at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games in Vietnam Basketball is a popular sport in India, played in almost every school, although very few people follow it ...

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Table tennis

Table tennis is a popular indoor recreation sport in India, which has caught on in states including West Bengal and Tamil Nadu. The Table Tennis Federation of India is the official governing body of t ...

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Golf

Golf is a growing sport in India. It is especially popular among the wealthier classes, but has not yet caught on with others due the expenses involved in playing. The most successful Indian golfers ...

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Boxing

Four men standing. Middle of them is a young Indian male who wears a shiny orange dressing gown with blue border. His hands are behind his head. The other three men are all dressed in black and appear ...

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Wrestling

Considered one of the most ancient and oldest sports in the world, wrestling in India has a glorious past. The sport of wrestling began its journey in India several centuries ago, during the Middle Ag ...

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Weightlifting and powerlifting

Karnam Malleswari won a bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, making her the first Indian woman to win an Olympic medal. The headquarters of the Indian Weightlifting Federation is in Ne ...

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Archery

The game of archery has historical significance, as royals in the ancient days used to practice archery. Modern-day archery in India began in the early 1970s, before its introduction as an Olympic eve ...

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Volleyball

Volleyball is a popular recreation sport played all over India, both in rural and urban areas. India is ranked fifth in Asia, and 27th in the world. In the youth and junior levels, India came in secon ...

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Handball

Handball is a popular sport in India, played at the local level, but hasn't yet made an impact at the domestic level. India's handball team began on 27 April 1989, although it hasn't yet made an impac ...

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Taekwondo

Taekwondo in India is administered by the Taekwondo Federation of India which was founded by Jimmy R. Jagtiani. Surendra Bhandari won a bronze medal in taekwondo at the 2002 Asian Games. Taekwondo is ...

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Rugby

Rugby union is a minor, but fast-growing, sport in India. Some Indian sporting clubs are beginning to embrace the game, and it is the second most popular winter sport after football in India,[citation ...

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Cycling

The history of cycling in India dates back to 1938, and the Cycling Federation of India governs the sport. Though cycling is unknown as a professional sport in India, it is popular as a common recreat ...

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Mountain biking

Mountain biking is becoming a popular sport in India. For the last six years, Mtb himachal, a hardcore endurance event, has been organised regularly by Himalayan Adventure Sports & Tourism Promotion A ...

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Road Cycling / Touring

The Tour of Nilgiris is a major non-competitive & non-commercial touring event in South Asia that covers 1,000 kilometres in under 10 days. The Tour of Nilgiris (TfN), India's first Day Touring Cycle ...

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Equestrian sports

India has a wide following in various equestrian sports, including show jumping, eventing, dressage, endurance riding and tent pegging. Supported by the Equestrian Federation of India, eventing is the ...

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Kayaking

Flat water and sea kayaking Indian flat water kayakers are an emerging powerhouse on the Asian circuit. Outside of professional flat water kayaking, there is very limited recreational kayaking. The p ...

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Athletics

India is unfortunately not affluent in the field of athletics and track events. There are very few athletes who won any medal in any global or major events. But the scenario is changing in the 20th ce ...

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Gymnastics

Gymnastics came of age in India, when at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, Ashish Kumar won the first-ever medal in gymnastics for India in the form of bronze. However, soon after the win, the president of ...

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Billiards and snooker

India has been a force in world billiards competitions. Champions including Wilson Jones, Michael Ferreira, Geet Sethi and now the domination of Pankaj Advani have underlined the powerhouse status of ...

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Chess

Chess has risen in popularity in India over the last few decades, primarily due to its star player Viswanathan Anand. He is a multiple World Champion. The game may have originated from India as a succ ...

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Cricket

Cricket has a long history in India, having been introduced in the country during the British rule. It is the most popular sport by a wide margin in India . Cricket is played on local, national, and i ...

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Kabaddi

Kabaddi is one of the most popular sports in India. Kabaddi is a popular national sport in India, played mainly among people in villages. It is regarded as a team-contact sport and as a recreational ...

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Motorsports

Motorsport is a popular spectator sport in India, although there are relatively few competitors compared to other sports, due to the high costs of competing. Coimbatore is often referred to as the "Mo ...

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Korfball

Jump korfball in the Netherlands between ZKV Zaandam and ALO. Korfball, a mixed-gender ball sport, with similarities to netball and basketball, is played by over 50 countries in the world. It is not ...

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Karate

Karate in India is administered by the Karate Association of India whose president is Karate R Thiagarajan and General Secretary Bharat Sharma of KAI. India has produced many accomplished karatekas l ...

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Floorball

Floorball, an indoor team sport, a type of floor hockey, is gaining popularity in India. The Floorball Federation of India was started in 2001 and, since then, it has expanded rapidly. There have been ...

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Netball

team is ranked 25th in the world and has played only a few matches. The team has failed to qualify for any of the World Netball in India Netball, derived from early versions of basketball, is a popula ...

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Throwball

Throwball in India Throwball, a non-contact competitive ball sport played across a net between two teams of seven players on a rectangular court, is gaining popularity in India. Indian authorities of ...

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Lacrosse

Lacrosse is a relatively new sport in India, introduced in 2006. The governing body for lacrosse in India is the Indian National Lacrosse Federation. It is now being played by schools in Shillong, Meg ...

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American football

Introduced in 2011 by various American football figures, including Mike Ditka and Ron Jaworski, the Elite Football League of India was India's first professional American football league. Their first ...

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Polo

India is considered the cradle of modern polo. Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire in the 15th century, firmly established its popularity. The period between the decline of the Mughal dynasty and ...

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Baseball and softball

Baseball has recently begun to show up in India. Softball is played in school and at the university level. Two Indian pitchers were selected by the "Million Dollar Arm" competition to play in the Unit ...

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Rock climbing

Rock climbing has been around in India for a long time. Presumably, the mountaineers headed for Himalayan ascents had to train somewhere, and would have imparted some of the initial technical climbing ...

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Sepak takraw

Sepak takraw, though not very well known in India, was a demonstration sport at the Delhi Asian Games in 1982. The Sepak Takraw Federation, with its headquarters in Nagpur, Maharashtra, was founded on ...

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Bandy

India has a national bandy team. The Bandy Federation of India governs bandy in India. Its headquarters are in Mandi in Himachal Pradesh. Bandy, a team winter sport played on ice, in which skaters use ...

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Ice hockey

Ice hockey is played in the colder parts of India, including Kashmir, Ladakh, and parts of Himachal Pradesh.

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Seval Sandai

Seval Sandai or Seval Porr (cockfighting) is a popular rural sport. Three or four-inch blades are attached to the cocks' feet and the winner is decided after three or four rounds of no hold barred fig ...

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Jallikattu

Jallikattu is a popular bull taming sport practiced particularly during Pongal festival. Jallikattu was a popular sport since the Tamil classical period. Rekla race is an associated sport which is a f ...

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Rekla, bullock cart race

Rekla, bullock cart race ..... Data Come Soon

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Gilli-danda

Young boys playing Gilli-danda, a traditional Indian sport. Gilli-danda is a sport played by using one small stick (gilli) and a large stick (danda) like cricket, with the ball replaced by gilli. It ...

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Kancha

Kancha is played by using marbles. Marbles are glass balls which are very popular among children. It is popular in small Indian cities and villages, among small boys only as a gully sport. It is rarel ...

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Kite-flying

Kite-flying is pursued by many people in India, in cities as well as villages. The festival of Makar Sankranti features kite-flying competitions. It is festival which is a passion among Indians.

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Indian martial arts

India has many traditional regional forms of martial arts like lathi khela, sqay, kalari, kushti, thang-ta and silambam.

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Kho-kho

Kho kho is a tag sport played by teams of twelve players who try to avoid being touched by members of the opposing team, only 9 players of the team enter the field. It is one of the two most popular t ...

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ball badminton

ball badminton as combination of badminton and volleyball Uriyadi involves smashing a small earthen pot with a long stick usually with a cloth wrapped around the eyes to prevent the participants from ...

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Atya patya

atya patya Details come soon ..........

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langdi

langdi coming soon

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Sitolia bridge

sitolia bridge cooming soon

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carrom

The game of carrom is believed to have originated from the Indian subcontinent. One carrom board with its surface made of glass is still available in one of the palaces in Patiala, India.[1] It becam ...

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Pallanguzhi involving beads

Pallankuzhi is played on a rectangular board with 2 rows and 7 columns. There are a total of 14 cups (kuzhi in Tamil language) and 146 counters. For the counters in the game, seeds, shells, small ston ...

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Bambaram involving spinning of top

The game begins with all players holding their wound top. The players throw their tops at the same time – this is the ‘toss’ for the game. The "toss" is decided by the top spun and picked up quicke ...

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Dhayakattai

Players take turns rolling the Dayakattai. When a player rolls a Dayam (0 on one die and 1 on another), he moves one of his pieces one space, rolls again and advances his piece by the number indicated ...

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Lambs and Tigers

Lambs and Tigers Game locally referred as "Meka puli aata" (Telugu: , Game of goats and tigers ?), or "Aadu puli aatam"(Tamil: , Game of goats and tigers ?), or Aadu Huli aata (Kannada: , Game of goat ...

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Judo

Judo Judo, meaning "gentle way") was originally created in 1882 by Jigoro Kano as a physical, mental and moral pedagogy in Japan. It is generally categorized as modern martial art, which later evolve ...

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Gatka

Gatka (Punjabi: gatka) is the name of an Indian martial art associated with the Sikhs of the Punjab region. It is a style of stick fighting, with wooden sticks intended to simulate swords.[1] The Pu ...

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