National sports school providing focus training in Kabaddi at all levels such as Beginner, Intermediate and Advance levels.
Kabaddi is basically a combative sport, with seven players on each side; played for a period of 40 minutes with a 5 minutes break (20-5-20). The core idea of the game is to score points by raiding into the opponent’s court and touching as many defence players as possible without getting caught on a single breath.
One player, chanting Kabaddi!!! Kabaddi!!!! Kabaddi!!!! Charges into the opponent court and tries to touch the opponent closest to him, while the seven opponents make manoeuvres to catch the attacker. This is Kabaddi, the match of one against seven, known as the game of struggle.
The players on the defensive side are called “Antis” while the player of the offence is called the “Raider”. The attack in Kabaddi is known as a ‘Raid’. The antis touched by the raider during the attack are declared ‘out’ if they do not succeed in catching the raider before he returns to home court. These players can resume play only when their side scores points against the opposite side during their raiding turn or if the remaining players succeed in catching the opponent’s raider.
Kabaddi was included in Asian Indoor Games during 2nd Asian Indoor Games at Macau-SAR China in 1997. Kabaddi achieved one more success when it was included in Asian Beach Games during 1st Asian Beach Games at Bali-Indonesia in 1998 and that too for Men & Women both. The Only Game being played in all the 3 versions of Asian Games i.e Asian Games, Asian Indoor Games and Asian Beach Games Women Kabaddi was included in Asian Games and was being played for the first time during 16th Asian Games at Guangzhou in 2010.
Monday to Sunday (All days) : 6.30AM to 8.00 AM
Monday to Friday: 5.00 PM to 6.30 PM
Saturday: 4.00 PM to 5.30 PM
Admission Fee: Rs.2,000/-
Monthly Fee: Rs. 1,200/- per month
( Monthly coaching fees will be varied based on level of expertise )