Posted by Shubhangi Mahabole on January 27th, 2020
The mainstream games played in the India are cricket, football, basketball, tennis and so on. While they attract a fair share of popularity, there are other unheard games that are played locally. Thus, let’s take a closer look at such games and learn more about them.
Games played in India
• Kho Kho
The number of players required – 9 players in each team. There are two teams in which one team is called as the “chasing team” while the other is the “defending team.” To play the game, 8 out of 9 members of the chasing team sit on the middle line evenly spaced. They all face away from the centerline in opposite directions.
The number of players required – 7 players in each team.
Thus, the game is quite challenging because one person is facing seven others. To learn more about the rules and regulations, court size, etc. about the game, the link provided can help you out.
To know more detail you can visit: Indian Games on NRIGO.
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