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    Success is not an affection for anyone, but it is necessary to have courage in order to get it. Aaditabh Gupta, a resident of New Delhi, has made a place in the Squad Martial Arts Game 2020 to be held in Jammu from January 29 to February 3.

    Aaditabh Gupta expressed happiness on this occasion and said that he would illuminate the name of parents and gurus with victory in the final. Aaditabh Gupta has been selected under the Under 14 age group and 35 kg category. With this, he has become the first such player to come from Delhi, who has made a place in the squad martial arts games for the first time.

     Aaditabh gupta also participated in 16th National Ice Skating Championship of Ice Figure Skating which took place on 30th August 2019 at iSkate, Ambience Mall, Gurugram.His performance at the Ice Skate was outclassed as everyone at the ring was stunned by his effortless performance.

    Aaditabh Gupta said that like other sports, martial arts are also being given attention at present. The continuous efforts of the Government and Sports Ministry are getting new initiatives in martial arts in the country as well as the players are also getting a chance to come forward.

     Martial arts are an art that can be made not only capable of self-defense by learning, but can also be chosen as a career. Players trained in martial arts are given priority in terms of employment in the army, paramilitary forces, police forces and security agencies. Martial arts training involves crossing several stages. The trainees are given a license to be trained in martial arts only after passing the practical and written examination conducted by the International Federation of Martial Arts.

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