Deepak Niwas Hooda is a well-known proficient Indian Kabaddi player born in Chamaria Village of the Rohtak district. He is the captain of the Indian national Kabaddi team. He even was a part of the team which won the gold medal in the South Asian Games in 2016. Deepak Niwas Hooda has displayed his Kabaddi skills in all the Pro Kabaddi seasons.
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Here are some of the Top Kabaddi players in India. 1. Pardeep Narwal. Pardeep Narwal born on 16 February 1997 plays in the VIVO pro kabaddi league and the Indian National Kabaddi team. Known as the Dubki King Pardeep was born in Rindhana village of district Sonipat of Haryana and is married to Swati Beniwal.
We also have many other famous figures – some have been featured in the Kabaddi world cup Indian team and served the country proudly. These world-class personalities include; Anup Kumar, Deepak Nlwas Hooda, Rahul Chaudhari, Manjeet, Surender Nada, Sandeep Narwal and Anjay Thakur.
The Indian National Kabaddi Team represents India in international kabaddi competitions. They have won gold medals in all the Asian Games to date except the 2018 Asian Games, and they have won all the three Kabaddi World Cup events.
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Next on our list is one of the most prolific raiders in the pro kabaddi league’s history. Puneri Paltan, Tamil Thalaivas as well as Bengaluru Bulls have had him on their teams for years. At the Asian Kabaddi Championship in 2017, this man called “King of Kabaddi” captained the Indian national team to win gold.
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Kabaddi is a contact team sport. Played between two teams of seven players, the objective of the game is for a single player on offence, referred to as a "raider", to run into the opposing team's half of a court, touch out as many of their defenders as possible, and return to their own half of the court, all without being tackled by the defenders, and in a single breath.