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Asian Games 2023: Indian Kabaddi Team Embark on Glorious Journey

The Indian Kabaddi team fueled with passion and determination, embarked on a remarkable journey as they departed from the Sports Authority of India (SAI) centre in Bengaluru for the much-anticipated Asian Games 2023, which is currently underway in Hangzhou, China.

This journey was not just a physical one but a spiritual and emotional one as well. Before setting out, a special Pooja ceremony was organized, filled with blessings and positivity to boost the morale of the athletes. With hearts full of hope and eyes set on victory, they are all set to make India proud once again.

Indian Men’s Kabaddi Team For Asian Games 2023

The men's Kabaddi team representing India at the Asian Games 2023 is a formidable force comprising some of the most talented and experienced players in the sport. These warriors are ready to raid and defend with all their might, bringing glory to the nation. Let's take a closer look at the squad:

1. Pawan Kumar Sehrawat
2. Nitesh Kumar
3. Parvesh Bhainswal
4. Sunil Kumar
5. Nitin Rawal
6. Surjeet Singh
7. Vishal Bharadwaj
8. Sachin Tanwar
9. Arjun Deshwal
10. Aslam Inamdar
11. Akash Shinde
12. Naveen Kumar Goyat

Each of these players brings a unique set of skills and expertise to the team. Their dedication and hard work have earned them a spot on this prestigious roster.


The women's Kabaddi team, too, is filled with talented and determined athletes who are ready to showcase their skills on the international stage. Here are the warriors representing India in the women's category:

1. Akshima
2. Jyoti
3. Pooja
4. Priyanka
5. Pushpa
6. Sakshi Kumari
7. Ritu Negi
8. Nidhi Sharma
9. Sushma Sharma
10. Snehal Shinde
11. Sonali Shingate

These women are not just athletes; they are inspirations for young girls across the nation who aspire to achieve greatness in sports.

Before embarking on this incredible journey, the Kabaddi teams participated in a special Pooja ceremony. This ceremony was more than just a ritual; it was a symbol of unity, faith, and the collective spirit of the team.

As the teams boarded the flight to Hangzhou, China, they carried with them the dreams and hopes of a billion Indians. The journey was not just about winning medals; it was about displaying the essence of sportsmanship, dedication, and perseverance. It was about making India proud on the international stage.