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  • Grandmaster Jimmy R. Jagtiani is the founder & Father of Taekwondo in India, he started Taekwondo in the year 1975 and spread Taekwondo all over India:-

  • In my opinion, Grandmaster Jimmy R. Jagtiani, 8th Dan is the Founder of Taekwondo in India. See sources and related links.
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