The national sport of INDIA - Hockey

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Analysis Discussion

The analyses and discussion related to various college and university players who performed in various National and International matches.

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Bio Data of Players

Complete biodata of more than 50 players who played Hockey and made us proud in various National and International events.

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Hockey Research

Introduction of how this all started to India's Olympic medal tally along with objectives of research are covered here.

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Indian Hockey

Details about Indian hockey and how a Sansarpur has contributed to Indian National Sport.

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Gurdip Singh Kullar

Gurdip Singh Kullar who represented J & K in nationals and also played for S.R.C., Meerut is now leading retired life in Sansarpur after completing his tenure in military. The following interview was conducted at his residence in Sansarpur. The researcher’s first question to Gurdip Singh Kullar was: Gurdip Singh Kullar, you belong to a […]

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Lal Singh Sohal

Lal Singh Sohal who played as a goal-keeper for Services, Hyderabad and Punjab in the National Hockey Tournaments, is at present employed with BSF Lal Singh Sohal though narrowly missed national colours, he was considered a top quality goal-keeper in the country during his playing days. Though his job and hockey duties, keeps him away […]

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Karnail Singh Kullar

68 year old Karnail Singh Kullar who played as centre forward has settled in Canada after retiring from army as Naik. In his playing days, he was considered as tough centre forward and his ability to score the goal was highly appreciated by all. He represented UP in nationals mant times and also played for […]

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Darshan Singh Sethi

Seventy year old Darshan Singh Sethi is now leading a retired life in Sansarpur village. He has represented India in 1951 international tournament held at Kabul. He has played for Bengal, Services and Rajasthan in the national hockey tournaments. The interview was conducted by the researcher at his residence in Sansarpur. Here are the excerpts […]

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Gurjit Singh Kullar

About six feet tall, well built, handsome Gurjit Singh Kullar, who represented India in 1958 Asian Games held at Tokyo, is now settled in Birmingham ( England ), when the researcher came to know of his visit to his in-laws residing in the nearby Jandu Sangha village, about 10 Km away from Sansarpur, he planned […]

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Balbir Singh Kullar ( Services )

In Punjabi language the word “Balbir” means “Strong and Brave”. Thus, It is in fitness of things that the name Balbir has a glorious record in Indian hockey. It finds mention in five Olympics and Asian Games and bagged 12 medals . In the Olympics , Balbirs have won four gold and three bronze medals […]

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Darshan Singh Kullar

Darshan Singh Kullar who represented India in Olympics , Asian Games and other Internationals from 1959-64 with distinction is another Jewel in the shining crown of Sansarpur hockey . He is now settled in England but has not severed his links with the motherland and keeps visiting off and on . Being away from the […]

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