When we think of skateboarding, the first thing that comes to our mind is jumping, sliding, small children with skateboard under the feet. Youngsters eating hoe at the winding bend of roads in America and Europe. Otherwise, the skateboarding action that haunts Hollywood movies.
Skateboarding is not as popular in India, but skating parks have only recently begun in some cities. In our cricket loving country, the sport is largely urban, so large scale skateboarding of young children in a village 700 km from Delhi will be a big surprise for many of us.
This game is now 2020 Is making its debut at the Tokyo Olympics.
Welcome to Janwar, a small village near the historic city of Khajuraho (Madhya Pradesh), where young schoolchildren skate in India Ding stars are preparing to become.
skateboarding to kids in this small village is a huge incentive. Here it is uniting sports communities and encouraging them to do schooling.
The story of Janwar's skateboarders is about people, excellence, co-prosperity and change – all Samsung values. And there is evidence that somewhere in India, dreams are getting bigger.
Janwar's journey to understand the passion of skateboarding among young children and bring their story to the world. Watch the video
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