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During festival seasons, this is the major game for men. The cockfight, or more accurately expressed the secular cockfight, is an intense sport, recreation, or pastime to some, while to others, the cockfight remains an ancient religious ritual, a sacred ceremony (i.e.
a religious and spiritual cockfight) associated with the ‘daivasthanams’ (temples) and held at the temples precincts.
The combatants, referred to as gamecocks (not to be confused with game birds), are specially bred and conditioned for increased stamina and strength.
Male and female chickens of such a breed are referred to as game fowl.
In Mexico, cockfighting is banned in Mexico City, but is practiced in the Mexican states of Michoacán, Aguascalientes, Jalisco, Sinaloa, and Veracruz, mostly during regional fairs and other celebrations. Cockfighting, known in Brazil as rinha de galos, was banned in 1934 with the help of President Getúlio Vargas through Brazil's 1934 constitution, passed on 16 July.
Cockfighting is a very old tradition in Balinese Hinduism, the Batur Bang Inscriptions I (from the year 933) and the Batuan Inscription (dated 944 on the Balinese Caka calendar) disclose that the tabuh rah ritual has existed for centuries.
In Tamil Nadu, the winner is decided after three or four rounds.
People watch with intense interest surrounding the cocks. In Jharkhand the cockfighting game is known as 'pada' and the spurs are called 'kant' lots of people enjoy the game, the cockpit is called 'chhad' person in the cockpit or who ties the spurs is called 'kantkar'.
The cocks fight until ultimately one of them dies or is critically injured.
Historically, this was in a cockpit, a term which was also used in the 16th century to mean a place of entertainment or frenzied activity.