INDIAN HOCKEY-Pousali sarkar’s Blog(Techno India)

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Pousali sarkar’s Blog:Playing on the hockey field is played, which is played by two teams holding 11-11 players. It has been chosen as the national game of India because India has been a World Winner for many years in hockey. Hockey has not been officially declared as a national sport, however, it is considered to be the only national game of India, because India has won many gold medals in hockey. It is played by many countries throughout the world. This is not a very expensive game and can be played by any young man. This is a very interesting and fun game, which involves a lot of activities and uncertainties. It is a sport of speed and circumstances change very quickly, which creates surprises.

Tools needed to play hockey

To play hockey safely requires stand-alone equipments whose names, helmets, neck guards, shoulder pads, knee pads, elbow pads, jackpot with cup pocket and protective cup (men’s genitals) Cup for defense), hockey stick, and a ball.

Hockey forms

Other forms of hockey (which have originated from hockey or their predecessors); Air hockey, beach (beach), hockey, ball hockey, box hockey, deck hockey, floor (ground) hockey, foot hockey, gym hockey, mini hockey, rock hockey, pound hockey, power hockey, Rausel Hockey, Stacker Hockey, Table Hockey, Underwater Hockey, Unicycle Hockey etc.

Importance of Hockey in India

Hockey is a very important game in India because India has made World Winner for many years in the field of Hockey, so it has been selected as the National Games of India. The history of this game is big and great, because it is deeply rooted in India’s roots by intelligent players. Although it is one of the oldest known games in India, its roots have now become weak due to lack of qualified hockey players and essential facilities. The existence of this game is considered to be 1200 years old before the ancient Olympic game.

The first hockey club in India was formed in Calcutta (1885-86). Indian players started their successful Olympic Games in Amsterdam in 1928, where they won the gold medal in hockey. This was due to a great Indian hockey player whose name was Dhyanchand. They actually mesmerized all the Indians in front of the crowd of Amsterdam. India has consistently won six Olympic gold medals and 24 consecutive hockey matches during its golden era. Some of the outstanding players of the Golden Age of Hockey were Dhyanchand, Balbir Singh, Ajit Pal Singh, Ashok Kumar, Udham Singh, Dhanraj Pillai, Babu Nimal, Mohammad Shahid, Gagan Ajit Singh, Leslie Claudius, etc.

The future of hockey in India

As we all know, a good time after the golden dawn in India’s sport of hockey has actually passed. This is due to lack of interest in hockey and the lack of competent hockey players, due to the lack of necessary facilities for the youth to keep this game in the future. It seems that it will never end and the gold era of hockey will come back due to the love, respect and respect of people for hockey. However, to bring back the Golden Age of Hockey to India, the Indian government requires more efforts, perseverance and support. The Indian Hockey League is planning to implement some effective strategies for hockey teams (8 teams by 2016 and 10 teams by 2018). In the coming three seasons (6 to 6 matches from 2016 to 2018), there has been a favorable agreement between Indian hockey and Australia hockey.

The future of hockey in India

As we all know, a good time after the golden dawn in India’s sport of hockey has actually passed. This is due to lack of interest in hockey and the lack of competent hockey players, due to the lack of necessary facilities for the youth to keep this game in the future. It seems that it will never end and the gold era of hockey will come back due to the love, respect and respect of people for hockey. However, to bring back the Golden Age of Hockey to India, the Indian government requires more efforts, perseverance and support. The Indian Hockey League is planning to implement some effective strategies for hockey teams (8 teams by 2016 and 10 teams by 2018). In the coming three seasons (6 to 6 matches from 2016 to 2018), there has been a favorable agreement between Indian hockey and Australia hockey.

The future of hockey in India

As we all know, a good time after the golden dawn in India’s sport of hockey has actually passed. This is due to lack of interest in hockey and the lack of competent hockey players, due to the lack of necessary facilities for the youth to keep this game in the future. It seems that it will never end and the gold era of hockey will come back due to the love, respect and respect of people for hockey. However, to bring back the Golden Age of Hockey to India, the Indian government requires more efforts, perseverance and support. The Indian Hockey League is planning to implement some effective strategies for hockey teams (8 teams by 2016 and 10 teams by 2018). In the coming three seasons (6 to 6 matches from 2016 to 2018), there has been a favorable agreement between Indian hockey and Australia hockey.

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