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Kolkata Team Emerges Victorious in Dubai Women’s Kabaddi Final


In a groundbreaking moment for women’s Kabaddi, Dubai played host to the India’s first-ever Women’s Kabaddi League, featuring an electrifying showdown between the Punjab Panthers and Uma Kolkata. The intense match concluded with the Uma Kolkata team emerging as the champions, securing a grand prize of ₹10,000,000. The Punjab team demonstrated commendable skills and earned the second position, receiving a prize of ₹5,000,000.

About the tournament

The tournament, organized by the Women’s Kabaddi League, spanned an exhilarating 12 days and witnessed the participation of eight teams from India, representing different states. The Delhi Dynamites, Gujarat Angels, Great Marathas, Haryana Hustlers, Punjab Panthers, Rajasthan Riders, Uma Kolkata, and Bengaluru Hawks showcased their mettle on an international stage. This historic event provided a global platform for women Kabaddi players from India to showcase their skills and talent.

Promoting Cultural Exchange and Strengthening Ties

The successful organization of the Women’s Kabaddi final in Dubai not only showcased the exceptional abilities of Indian Kabaddi players but also promoted cultural exchange and strengthened ties between India and the United Arab Emirates. This tournament served as a platform for players to interact with diverse cultures and establish bonds that transcend geographical boundaries.

A Landmark Achievement for Women’s Kabaddi

This historic event marks the first time that women kabaddi players from across India have been given the opportunity to exhibit their skills and prowess on a global stage. It marks a significant milestone for the sport. It not only celebrates the remarkable skills and dedication of women Kabaddi players but also serves as an inspiration for aspiring athletes around the globe. The Uma Kolkata team’s victory, along with the impressive performance of the Punjab Panthers, highlights the increasing competitiveness and talent in women’s Kabaddi.

Important takeaways for competitive examinations

  • Pradeep Kumar Nehra is the director of the Women’s Kabaddi League.
  • India have won 7 Asian Kabaddi Championship titles till date.
  • Vinod Kumar Tiwari is the president of International Kabaddi Federation.


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