INDIAN GAMES & Sports

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INDIAN GAMES & SPORTS : 

INDIAN GAMES & SPORTS RAMYA RANJAN SAHU CITE, BBSR

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INTRODUCTION:- India is indeed a unique country where tradition and modernity co-exist without much difficulty. This holds true in the sports field too. Alongside history, culture & arts india has thrived in the fields of different sports. Cricket, hockey,tennis,shooting,archery and a host of other contemporary sports are played in the country. If on the one hand there is great passion for the very Brit cricket, there is equal interest in homegrown games like kho-kho, gilli-danda, and kabaddi. Besides this, there are other popular games like pithu, marbles and

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chhon-chhupai (Hide and Seek) which children play in their homes and on the streets. Traditional games play important role in developing sports skills in every human being. INDIA IS KNOWN AS DIABETIC CAPITAL OF WORLD. WHY? Ans: Because now-a-days many people do not do any sought of physical exercise which result in a lot of diseases, mainly Diabetes. The main purpose of sports & games is mental & physical refreshment.

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Sports and Games in Ancient India: Paches Playing Cards Martial Arts Archery Judo

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PACHESS

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PLAYING CARDS

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Kalarippayat - Origin of Martial arts – 200 BC Kerala, South India, guardians of the origins of modern martial-arts, influenced by Yoga and connected to the ancient Indian sciences of war (dhanur-veda) and medicine (ayur-veda). The origin of kung-fu begins with the legend of a monk named Bodhidharma (also known as Ta Mo) who travelled from India to China around 500 A.D.

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ARCHERY

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JUDO

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Sports played in modern india are: Cricket Hockey Tennis Football Chess Atheletics Traditional Games

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INDIAN CRICKET TEAM

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INDIA’S TENNIS LEGEND INDIAN HOCKEY TEAM INDIAN FOOTBALL TEAM

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V. AMRITRAJ V. ANANDA P.T. USHA

IN INDIA ONLY SOME GAMES ARE GIVEN PREFERENCE. WHY? : 

IN INDIA ONLY SOME GAMES ARE GIVEN PREFERENCE. WHY? Mainly a sport cricket is given a lot of importance in india. WHY DON’T WE ENCOURAGE OUR ANCIENT GAMES AND ALSO SOME OTHER SPORTS !

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ABHINAV BINDRA THE FIRST INDIAN TO WIN A OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL FOR INDIA IN INDIVIDUAL EVENT OLYMPIC HEROS OF INDIA

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BRONZE MEDAL WINNER IN WRESTLING SUSHIL KUMAR

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VIJENDER SINGH BRONZE MEDALLIST IN BOXING

WHY INDIA IS NOT ABLE SUCCEED IN SPORTS ? : 

WHY INDIA IS NOT ABLE SUCCEED IN SPORTS ? Lack of professionalism among sports persons. No infrastructure. Politics in sports. Other reasons. CRICKET IS A MAJOR THREAT TO OTHER GAMES IN INDIA. Corruption in sports authorities. No sponsors for other sports. IPL (Indian Premier League).

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Why is India a loser in Olympics?

Can India excel in sports? : 

Can India excel in sports? Yes , India can excel in the field of sports. The following measures are to be taken. REASONS FOR INDIA FOR NOT SUCCESSFUL IN SPORTS: Indians lack team spirit . Do Indians lack the killer instinct? Our society is meritocracy. schools and universities do not have adequate facilities. There is the problem of parochialism . We idolise our sports heros . financial resources .

The following principles should be applied: : 

The following principles should be applied: focus on few sporting activities like cricket, hockey, football, and long-distance running. engagement of coaches . attractive remuneration. Identification of talent . development of promising youngsters.

INDIA WITH 1.2 BILLION PEOPLE ONLY 3 MEDALSSMALL COUNTRY LIKE JAMAICA WITH 4 GOLD MEDALSIN INDIA SPORTS SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED AMONG YOUTH : 

INDIA WITH 1.2 BILLION PEOPLE ONLY 3 MEDALSSMALL COUNTRY LIKE JAMAICA WITH 4 GOLD MEDALSIN INDIA SPORTS SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED AMONG YOUTH WE SHOULD NOT NEGLECT OUR ANCIENT GAMES WE SHOULD BE OVER JOICED BY WE HAVE ACHIEVED SO WE HOPE BY 2020 OLYMPICS WE SECURE ATLEAST 10 GOLD MEDALS

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LETS HOPE THAT SOME THING WOULD CHANGE IN FIELD OF SPORTS IN INDIA BY 2020 BY HAVING A CLEAR VISION