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In the team, or transnational, style of kabaddi, two teams of seven occupy opposite halves of a field of 12.5m × 10m
(roughly half the size of a basketball court). Each has five supplementary players held in reserve. Teams take turns sending a “raider” to the opposite team’s half, where the goal is to tag or wrestle (“confine”) members of the opposite team before returning to the home half. Tagged members are “out” and sent off the field.
Meanwhile, defenders must form a chain, for example by linking hands; if the chain is broken, a member of the defending team is sent off. The goal of the defenders is to stop the raider returning to the home side before taking a breath. If the raider takes a breath before returning, the raider is sent off the field. A player can also get out by going over a boundary line or part of the body touches the ground outside the boundary, except during a struggle with an opposing team member. Each time a player is out the opposing team earns a point. At the end of the game, the team with the most points wins.
Kabaddi like Kho Kho is a game played a lot in the rural parts of India. This game is mostly played by men. This game is
played by Tarangini members and other participants as part of Tarangini picnics and gatherings from spring thru fall. This game though it sounds like for players with muscle and strength also goes well with players with quick feet and sharp brain. Tarangini encourages children to watch and play this game and in turn helps in building their team spirit and self-confidence.

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