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Revive Akhada Culture

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A Pehelwan is seen as one of the most humble athletes, living a simple life away from all materialistic pleasure. They are taught to respect the women and protect the weak as their core principles of the Akhada. This cultural heritage that has been in the country for centuries needs to be preserved, supported, and promoted as a part of our rich heritage. Take Sankalp to revive the lost glory of Akhadas. Start going to akharas to exercise. And also encourage your friends, families, and children to go to akhadas and keep exercising.
What will happen?
  • Helps in building physique
  • Get to know the ancient diet for building a fit body
  • Uplift the glory of Akhadas
  • Create a better community with people of similar mindsets

Kushti is not just a sport in India, but rather a part of an ancient culture. Even in MahabharataKrishnaBalrama, and Jarasandha have been associated with Kushti, and different techniques have been mentioned, which are still learned and practiced today. Indian wrestlers who have brought laurels to our country credit all their success to the Akhada training that they did during their initial days. This culture takes us back to our roots and makes us imbibe the essential philosophies of life. A Pehelwan is seen as one of the most humble athletes, living a simple life away from all materialistic pleasure. They are taught to respect the women and protect the weak as their core principles of the Akhada. This cultural heritage that has been in the country for centuries needs to be preserved, supported, and promoted as a part of our rich heritage.

Take Sankalp to revive the lost glory of Akhadas. Start going to akharas to exercise. And also encourage your friends, families, and children to go to akhadas and keep exercising.

 

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