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Dhanraj Pillay is one of the greatest players India has ever seen. Born in Pune, Maharashtra, he has three elder brothers who played hockey. However, Dhanraj far excelled his brothers who initiated him into the game. Dhanraj Pillay’s father worked in the Ordnance Factory in Pune, as a gardener. He was a good player too, so the authorities asked him to manage the play-fields in the cantonment area. This is how Dhanraj Pillay and his brothers took up the sport. The journey of goal poacher Dhanraj Pillay, from the Cantonment area to a Khel Ratna, is one of inspiration for every Indian.
 
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  • Asia
    The Asian continent is regarded as a superpower in the world of hockey. In fact, India and Pakistan have won the Olympic gold for 40 years on a roll! From the year 1928 to 1968, India won six golds and Pakistan two (1960 and 1968). India won the gold again in 1980 (Moscow Olympics) and Pakistan in 1984 at Los Angeles. Even when it comes to women’s hockey, India along with South Korea and China are world champions.
  • Ashok Kumar
    Son of hockey legend Dhyan Chand, Ashok Kumar is a classic hockey player himself. He is an artistic forward, and relishes scoring goals - he even scored the winning goal in the 1975 World Cup final!
 
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