Elegant, colorful and passionate, Polo has never fascinated the world like today. Polo refers to a sports activity in which you ride a horse and hit the ball with a polo club. Due to the relatively high intensity and danger of polo competition, most of its rules are for the safety of athletes and horses.
Polo, the earliest record in world history, took shape in Persia in the 6th century BC. The Persian Emperor Shapur II played polo at the age of 7. Muhammad Akbar of the Mughal Dynasty means "the greatest" is what Indians call him. He is Babur's grandson. He is naughty, active, brave and resourceful. He likes to do all kinds of dangerous sports. He was an excellent knight. He liked playing polo and invented a luminous Polo so that he could play it at night.