Kabaddi, kabaddi, kabaddi, kabaddi...

A menacing, circular labyrinth known as the Chakravyuham or Padmavyuham was formed to capture Abhimanyu, son of Arjuna, during the Kurukshetra War in the Indian epic Mahabharatha. This defensive military formation encompasses several warriors assembled in positions to resemble a blooming flower or a wheel, making penetration a herculean task. Few had the knowledge of pervading the formation and even few knew how to escape after that. Unfortunately Abhimanyu was one of those who only knew how to enter the formation but not to escape; causing him to be trapped alone, allowing his opponents to attack him simultaneously, exhausting and eventually killing him. This is probably one of the oldest

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