Presentation on theme: "Games we Play. Kabaddi Rules of Playing Kabaddi In Kabaddi, two teams competent with each other for higher scores, by touching the player of opponent."— Presentation transcript:
In Kabaddi, two teams competent with each other for higher scores, by touching the player of opponent team. Each team consists 12 players, of which 7 are on court at a time and 5 in reserve. The court is as large as that for a dodge game. Time for game 20 minutes halves, with a break for 5 minutes.
Area The Kabaddi playing area is 12.50mx10m divided by a line into two halves. The side winning the toss sends a “raider” who enters the opponents court to chanting (Kabaddi,Kabaddi). The raiders aim is to touch any or all players on the opposing side and return to his court in one breath. The person whom the raider touches, will be out.
The aim of opposing team, will be to hold the raider and stop him to returning to his court until he takes another breath. If the raider cannot return to his court in one breath while chanting Kabaddi, he will be declared out. If any raider or player touches the ground outside the boundary, he will be out.
The team scores a Lona (a bonus of 2 points) if team get these bonus points, the opposition is declared out.