In this Gardi mane, Sheik Fareed is in the field of wrestling for 35 years. Mohammed Afsan is practicing wrestling for the past four months. He has been practicing 3 hours daily to make his dream come into reality to participate in the competition. Mohammad Sufion, a student, has a passion for wrestling. Thus, he has been practicing it regularly twice a day (morning and evening). He has participated in state-level and national-level wrestling competitions held in Delhi. Mohammed Faiz, another student of the place, is practicing wrestling for six months. He won a bronze medal in the competition and also won State level trophy held in Kanteerava stadium, Bangalore. Mr. Sufion is a gold medalist and also a wrestling tutor of Mohammed Faisal. Competitions are usually held in Mysuru, Belagavi, Dharwad, and other districts. The youngest of the boys in Ansar’s group is Arfat, a class 7, and he performs the severe exercise with grace and ease.
Arfat does 1000 pushups and squats every day. After school, he comes here and does work out. All the wrestlers here have the practice of praying after wrestling. The Gardi mane is open to wrestlers every day from 5 am to 11 am and from 7 pm to 10 pm. The doors to the Garadi mane are really low. The idea is that people have to enter the space with his head bowed. Inside the room, a group of young men clothed only in langotis and their bodies shining with mustard oil. The Gardi mane has a great history of producing renowned wrestlers. The wrestlers compete in all kinds of wrestling competitions, national and international, and the local wrestling matches.