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Kalaripayattu - Arts of the Battlefield

Kalaripayattu - Arts of the Battlefield

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Kalaripayattu is a southern Indian martial art based on Yogic techniques. It is considered as the oldest surviving martial art. Watch and enjoy!

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Kalari Kendram delhi: Introduces first ever Kalari Temple in North India. Kalaripayattu is the oldest fighting system that has caught the attention of the world. Kalari kendram Delhi is a very familiar name in Delhi/NCR. Professional Kalari Trainers in kalarikendram makes it easier and natural for you to master Kalarippayttu. We are very precise in preserving the virtues of traditional Kalaripayattu martial arts and our mission is to popularize Kalaripayattu in North India

The team of Kalari kendram delhi is pleased to announce the opening of first ever kalari temple in Delhi/NCR,


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Perfect Kalaripayattu Training For The Europeans In Buddha Kalari Ashram - Kalaripayattu Techniques

Buddha Kalari, an academy of Kalaripayattu and centre for Marma has the distinction of keeping alive the great legacy of martial arts handed down for generations since 1924. This pioneering institution was the first traditional school in Kerala to offer training Kalaripayattu in the Southern style. During the last nine decades it has pioneered many schools of thoughts and practices and has guided the evolution of the tradition of Kalaripayattu. The centre has spearheaded the promotion and propagation of the tradition of Kalaripayattu by organizing many International and National level performances and workshops on Kalaripayattu and by running an year round training programme for local and foreign students at Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, South India. Buddha Kalari also runs a traditional 'Kalarichikitsa' clinic specializing in Ayurvedic Orthopaedic treatments. The present Kalari Master Dr. C.S. Suchith represents the third generation of a family that has preserved the ethos of Kalaripayattu and Marma Treatment in its true spirit and value.

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The place of martial art training is known as 'Kalari' and the practice of this art is called 'payattu'. The Kalari traditionally serves the functions of both a training centre and a temple. Kalaripayattu training is mainly divided into three phases called Meithari (body preparative exercises), Kolthari (training in wooden weapons) and Ankathari (training in combat weapons).
MEI PAYATTU

Wearing Katcha or loin cloth and smearing his body with oil, the student after prostrating before the deities and the Gurukkal begins his initial training with Meithari system, which forms the foundation for the entire repertoire of Kalaripayattu training. Every conceivable form of stretching, turning and twisting of the body is mastered by practicing this. The body control exercise include swinging of the legs along with different methods of leaps and jumps. Concentration, agility, confidence, reflex action, physical and mental power are the result of Meithari.

Buddha Kalari, an academy of Kalaripayattu and centre for Marma has the distinction of keeping alive the great legacy of martial arts handed down for generations since 1924. This pioneering institution was the first traditional school in Kerala to offer training Kalaripayattu in the Southern style. During the last nine decades it has pioneered many schools of thoughts and practices and has guided the evolution of the tradition of Kalaripayattu. The centre has spearheaded the promotion and propagation of the tradition of Kalaripayattu by organizing many International and National level performances and workshops on Kalaripayattu and by running an year round training programme for local and foreign students at Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, South India. Buddha Kalari also runs a traditional 'Kalarichikitsa' clinic specializing in Ayurvedic Orthopaedic treatments. The present Kalari Master Dr. C.S. Suchith represents the third generation of a family that has preserved the ethos of Kalaripayattu and Marma Treatment in its true spirit and value.


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Kalaripayattu - The Origin, The Beginning

Kalaripayattu - The Origin, The Beginning

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Buddha Kalari, an academy of Kalaripayattu and centre for Marma has the distinction of keeping alive the great legacy of martial arts handed down for generations since 1924. This pioneering institution was the first traditional school in Kerala to offer training Kalaripayattu in the Southern style. During the last nine decades it has pioneered many schools of thoughts and practices and has guided the evolution of the tradition of Kalaripayattu. The centre has spearheaded the promotion and propagation of the tradition of Kalaripayattu by organizing many International and National level performances and workshops on Kalaripayattu and by running an year round training programme for local and foreign students at Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, South India. Buddha Kalari also runs a traditional 'Kalarichikitsa' clinic specializing in Ayurvedic Orthopaedic treatments. The present Kalari Master Dr. C.S. Suchith represents the third generation of a family that has preserved the ethos of Kalaripayattu and Marma Treatment in its true spirit and value.


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Buddha kalari,an Academy of Kalaripayattu and Centre for Kalari Marma Ayurvedic therapy has the distinction of keeping alive the great legacy of Martial arts and Kalari Marma treatment handed down for generations since 1924..
During the last eight decades, it has pioneered in Kalari Marma chikilsa, based on Ayurveda and has guided the evolution of the tradition of Kalari Marma Treatment. The centre had spearheaded the promotion and propagation of the tradition of marma massage and marma treatments by organizing many International and National level workshops on Marma Therapy. The present Marma Master Dr. C.S. Suchith represents the third generation of Kadakkal Vilakom family that has preserved the ethos of Kalari Marma Treatment and Kalaripayattu in its true spirit and value. Dr. C.S. Suchith is an expert in marma and has written a book on the science of marma Marma Sastram. His Highness Sri Uthradam Thirunal Marthanda Varma, the most revered member of the Travancore Royal family has praised the efforts done by Dr. C.S. Suchith and Buddha Kalari in the field of Marma Treatment in the preface to the book.

What really makes Buddha Kalari different is the emphasis on tradition. The things, that are experienced here cannot be learned from books, by seeing photos or by watching videos. The oils used for the treatment at our Kalari Ashram are organic and hand-made on site under the direct supervision of the master. The medicines we use in the treatments are made according to the recipes which are thousands of years old. These are contained in ancient palm leaf documents, passed down to Dr. C.S. Suchith from his ancestors and teachers. We see that it is our duty to preserve the traditions of the past for the benefit of future generations.

Buddha Kalari is truly a unique place. It is the only place that you will find a martial art, Ayurvedic healing and a spiritual tradition that are part of one cohesive system. Our Ashram is an ideal centre for those seeking retreat, healing and a place to find inner peace.

Marma Sastra is the most ancient science of healing that originated in India around 5000 years ago, was passed down through the generations and then written down in the Vedas by sages and yogis of ancient India. Marmas are the 108 pressure points within the body usually close to the surface of the skin, where important nerve form junctures with muscles fibers, veins, bones and joints. Marmas are the vital points of the body. Prana (life energy) flows through the body channeled through the marmas. A marma point is a juncture on the body where two or more types of tissues meet-such as muscles, veins, ligaments, bones or joints and where the prana is present. Any disturbance or trauma to these marma points manifests as severe pain, deformity or even death. Marma Therapy means with the spiritual thoughts, blessings from the God and Masters and with mental power, the Gurukkal treats and heals injuries by manipulating these vital points in the humanbody. Marma chikilsa employs many medicinal oils and herbal preparations to treat a wide range of diseases through manipulation and massage techniques so sophisticated, that they are unmatched even in this modern age. In Buddha Kalari, people from East and West find relief from many diseases such as back pain, neck pain, joint pain, disc prolepses etc through Kalari Marma Treatment, where modern treatments like Allopathy, Homeopathy etc could not succeed. Apart form this, we are successfully doing relaxation massage and rejuvenation massage therapy.

At Buddha Kalari, the rich spiritual heritage passed down from the Guru to the disciple for the last eight decades is being kept alive by Dr. C.S. Suchith, the present Kalari Master and Marma expert.

We believe that the key to health lies in the synchronisation of body, mind and soul. Once the body is healed and the mind is relaxed, the two can be brought together in harmony through the practice of meditation. The richness of the spiritual heritage, the quality of the marma treatments and the calibre of the martial arts practiced are all tastefully reflected in our beautiful structures and herbal gardens.

TIGER FIGHT SWORD SHIELD Kalaripayattu

TIGER FIGHT SWORD SHIELD Kalaripayattu

Krishnan Prathap unleashes the flowing power and beauty of the Tiger Fight Sword & Shield form within Kalaripayattu. We met Krishnan Prathap and his class in Bangalore/ Bengalaru in Karnataka.

Krishna Prathap began his training in kalaripayattu at a tender age of six under the guidance of his father, Sri Karthikeyan Gurukkal. He later moved to Vallabhatta Kalari and underwent training under Gurukkal Sri Shankara Narayana Menon and the Sri. Krishnadas Gurukkal.

Krishna Prathap belongs to the second generation of Kalaripayattu practitioners and has more than 32 years of experience. He was lauded for his skills that was displayed in the 1995 Asian federation games held in Madras and at the National integration Martial Festival held in Calicut.

He has to his credit several medals and awards. The Kerala State Championship and many gold medals in various championships to name a few. He is also the national coach for Pankration Athlima, Greek Martial Art. As the Hon. Gen. Sec of the Karnataka State Kalaripayattu Association he is committed to popularize the art form and revive its diminished glory in the time to come. He is also the Hon. Treasurer, Martial Arts Games Federation of India (Unifying Martial Arts games across the Indian sub-continent).

He has contributed to popularizing the art form internationally by performing and scripting kalaripayattu in France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Italy, London, USA, Singapore, Middle East and Sri Lanka which has won him great appreciation from various organizations and the media. Krishna Prathap is now bringing out a new grammar in the field of dance by choreographing Kalaripayattu to the melody of music by associating himself with experts in Kathakali, Mohiniyattom, Bharatha Nattyam, Kuchipudi and Kathak.

Krishna Prathap is deeply motivated to popularize Kalaripayattu as an Indian art form and takes great interest in training students. He is associated with his trained Kalari team of more than 200 school children to perform at the Republic day parade in New Delhi. His team has performed on the opening ceremony of the ICC Champions League Cricket, 2009 in Bangalore, in collaboration with a team of 16 of students and masters from Shaolin Temple for Kung-fu,China. He has graced the stage on many occasions globally alongside great artistes from various other fields and has been a torch bearer of Kalaripayattu, world-wide.

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Каларипаятту, традиционное индийское боевое искусство / Kalaripayattu, traditional Indian martial ar

Косташ Андрей в Индии проводит самостоятельную тренировку по традиционному боевому искусству Каларипаятту. Боевое искусство возникло в южной Индии на территории современных штатов Керала и Тамилнаду. Слово Каларипаятту состоит из двух частей: Калари означает священное место, паятту — бой. То есть каларипаятту — это бой в священном месте. Собственно на родине, в Индии, тренировки традиционно проводятся в специально построенных для этой цели храмах — храмах Калари. Эти храмы строятся согласно древней науке Васту

Andrey Kostash in India conducts an independent exercise by the traditional martial art of Kalaripayattu. Martial arts originated in South India in the territory of present-day states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The word Kalaripayattu consists of two parts: Kalari is a sacred place, payattu - fight. That is Kalaripayattu - a fight in a holy place. Actually at home, in India, training traditionally held in a specially constructed for this purpose temples - temples Kalari. These temples are built according to the ancient science of Vastu

カラリパヤットゥ ボディコントロール 基本のポーズ編  Kalaripayattu

南インド伝統武術「カラリパヤットゥ」は、動的ヨガとも言われています。今回は基本的なポーズをご紹介します。
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カラリパヤット (Kalaripayattu) part2

正統的なインド伝統武術「カラリパヤット」の普及のために来日したデニィーシュ カリンビル氏にカラリの身体訓練法の一つである脚のストレッチキックを紹介していただきました。

カラリパヤット (Kalaripayattu) part1

正統的なインド伝統武術「カラリパヤット」の普及のために来日したデニィーシュ カリンビル氏にお話を伺いました。

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Kalaripayattu "el primer arte marcial de la historia" Historia y caracteristicas

Video en español / spanish
En este video hablo sobre el primer arte marcial de la historia el kalaripayattu o kalari. El cual fue practicado por los guereros de kerala. Analizo en el video la fundacion e historia , entrenamiento, armas de madera y metal y cuerpo a cuerpo

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Buddha Kalari, an academy of Kalaripayattu and centre for Marma has the distinction of keeping alive the great legacy of martial arts handed down for generations since 1924. This pioneering institution was the first traditional school in Kerala to offer training Kalaripayattu in the Southern style. During the last nine decades it has pioneered many schools of thoughts and practices and has guided the evolution of the tradition of Kalaripayattu. The centre has spearheaded the promotion and propagation of the tradition of Kalaripayattu by organizing many International and National level performances and workshops on Kalaripayattu and by running an year round training programme for local and foreign students at Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, South India. Buddha Kalari also runs a traditional 'Kalarichikitsa' clinic specializing in Ayurvedic Orthopaedic treatments. The present Kalari Master Dr. C.S. Suchith represents the third generation of a family that has preserved the ethos of Kalaripayattu and Marma Treatment in its true spirit and value.

The place of martial art training is known as 'Kalari' and the practice of this art is called 'payattu'. The Kalari traditionally serves the functions of both a training centre and a temple. Kalaripayattu training is mainly divided into three phases called Meithari (body preparative exercises), Kolthari (training in wooden weapons) and Ankathari (training in combat weapons).

Wearing Katcha or loin cloth and smearing his body with oil, the student after prostrating before the deities and the Gurukkal begins his initial training with Meithari system, which forms the foundation for the entire repertoire of Kalaripayattu training. Every conceivable form of stretching, turning and twisting of the body is mastered by practicing this. The body control exercise include swinging of the legs along with different methods of leaps and jumps. Concentration, agility, confidence, reflex action, physical and mental power are the result of Meithari.

The Second phase is known as Kolthari which involves training in wooden weapons like Kettukari 12 span staff and Cheruvati 3 span staff etc. Ottakkol is a special curved wooden weapon in the Kothari repertoire which serves as a training instrument for co-ordinating the intricate movements of the body and feet and also as a stepping stone to the proper execution of the advanced Kalaripayat techniques. Various sequences of Kolthari lead one to the proper understanding of mind and body in action.

The third and final phase of training is Ankathari or combat training with weapons. This begins with Kattarom or dagger, which is knife shaped metallic weapon for duels at close quarters which includes several locks and many elements of barehanded fighting techniques. Using Sword and shield in an efficient manner is considered to be the peak of perfection in Kalaripayattu. Various methods in the use of sword as a weapon of offence and defence, are being practiced today; but most awesome among these is the 'Puli Ankam' where the combatants fight like tigers. An extra ordinary control over the body, agility, a quick eye and a keen presence of mind are necessary for the mastery of the sword fight. Urumi is long flexible sword measuring about 6 feet in length and sharp at both sides. A warrior in mass attack uses this. If the wielding is not perfect, it may cause wounds on the user itself.

Verum kai or bare handed fight is the training for defence without using any weapon against an armed or unarmed person. In Verum Kai, different techniques of locking, gripping, throwing are taught. The student also learns the marma treatment as part of Kalari's advanced study. Verumkai is said to be the advanced stage of Kalari. Master of the martial traditional order will impart this knowledge only to those students who are highly disciplined not only in Kalari but also in their daily life.
Many advanced elements of empty hand fighting is taught in the different sequences of Kathiyum Thalayum, in which one learns to defend onself with a common two meter long cloth on one's own shoulder called the mundu.

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