Langdi is known by various names in different parts of India. In North Eastern States of India it is known as Kukurazu, Aroni or Gamosa, in Punjab as Langda Sher, in Delhi as Langdi Tang, in South as Kuntata and in Eastern states like Odisha as Chuta Gudo.
Development of Langdi
After formation of Langdi Federation of India in 2009, this game is known as Langdi all over India. Then Hon. Secretary Langdi Federation of India Mr. Suresh Gandhi studied this Langdi game in deep and started to make unilateral and common rules in 2009. The main intention behind this was to procure organizational structure to Langdi which will help to get popularity, uniformity of Rules and develop and spread the game across all states of India. The game Langdi has been included as regular game in Mumbai University.
After its origin in 2009, Langdi made its entry into International Sports Field by its first appearance at Pokhara, Nepal in 2013.
Rules of Langdi
The game Langdi consists of two teams. The rules of Langdi are as follows:
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