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Khasbag Wrestling Stadium

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Khasbag Wrestling Stadium

Khasbag is a national wrestling stadium in Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India. The stadium was built in the time of Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj and is almost a hundred year old stadium.

Khasbag stadium, also known as Khasbaug Maidan (Ground), is 1 kilometre South-East to Mahalaxmi Temple and 8 Kilometers South-West to Central Bus Stand of Kolhapur. The structure flaunts a seating arrangement for about 60,000 people around a Wrestling Ring also called "Houd". Special seating is available for the members of the royal family of Kolhapur on the east side of the wrestling ring.

In 2012, It was the venue for the '46th Hind Kesari wrestling championship'. [1] It was held to mark the centenary of Khasbag wrestling arena.


  1. ^ "Yudhaveer the 46th winner of Hind Kesari". Kolhapur World. 23 April 2012. Retrieved 18 November 2013. 

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