Jiu-Jitsu Has Taken Root In India And Has Produced Its First Black Belt

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Being the second-most populous country on the planet, you might be surprised to learn that jiu-jitsu has only recently started to take off in India and just recently produced its first black belt. Arun Sharma founder and head instructor at Jeet Kune Do Athletic Club India, and founder of BJJ India, recently earned his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt from Rodrigo Teixeria after training for the past 13 years. During this time, Sharma has taught over 150 free seminars in many rural areas across the country. He has a vision of making 1000 instructors across India to show that jiu-jitsu, and teaching jiu-jitsu, is a viable career path for someone looking to make a better life for themselves. Read More