Kushti is a form of combat traditional Indian wrestling. Most countries have a traditional style of wrestling. In India, Kushti takes place in a clay or dirt pit. The soil is mixed with ghee and other things and is tended to before each practice. Kushti Wrestlers belong to gyms called akharas, where wrestlers live under strict rules. Kushti Wrestlers' diets consist of milk, almonds, ghee, eggs and chapattis and each wrestler has a job to do in preparing meals.
Traditional Indian Kushti wrestling isn't just a sport. Kushti is an ancient subculture where wrestlers live and train together and follow strict rules on everything from what they can eat to what they can do in their spare time. Drinking, smoking and even sex are off limits. The focus is on living a pure life, building strength and honing their wrestling skills.