Sword swallowers in India are known by the term "golewala" or "jolewale" or "jholewale" or "jholawalla" (meaning "juggler" or "street performer") or "jagudar" (meaning "magician" or "miracle worker").
Legend has it that there was said to have been a tribe of sword swallowers known as the Konda-Dora tribe in the state of Andhra Pradesh who would pass on the art of sword swallowing from father to son.
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is looking for competitive players that love the game of lacrosse and would like to commit to a box travel team that will play in tournaments and will play other teams in our zone (Kingston is a member of Zone 5 and we play teams from Gloucester, Nepean, Cornwall, Akwesasne and Kahnawake).
All zone play happens on weekends and only involves up to 3 travel days as we do double headers when we travel. Intermediate Girls Tournament Schedule: May 26-28 Kitchener ON June 9-11 Gloucester ON July 7-9 Six Nations Ohsweken ON Intermediate Girls will practice on Monday nights.
Konda-Dora is a Dravidian language spoken in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, Assam and Orissa by about 28,000 people.
The Konda-Dora are distributed in the Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram, Srikakulam and East Godavari districts.