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Kumibo Shodan – Shindo Jinen Ryu

Senseis Howard High (JKR Maryland) and Paul Belle Isle (JKR New England) demonstrate Kumibo Shodan, the first of four two-person bo exercises in the Shindo Jinen Ryu curriculum, at JKR Kansas’s Merriam location in 2004. The exercise is shown from both sides, first at low speed and then at full speed.

Manipuri Traditional Martial Arts in goa

Manipuri Traditional Martial Arts in goa

Thang ta – Self defence tactics for women

Thang ta, the traditional martial arts from Manipur showcased during Sangai Festival in Manipur. Thang-ta is a weapon-based Indian martial art created by the Meitei of Manipur. In the Manipuri language, thang means sword and ta means spear, referring to the art’s primary weapons. The spear can be used in its non-missile form while in …Read more »

Thang ta – Manipuri Martial Art displayed at the Nagaland Hornbill festival

Thang-ta or huyen lallong is a weapon-based Indian martial art created by the Meitei of Manipur. In the Manipuri language, thang means sword and ta means spear. As its name implies, the sword and spear are the primary weapons in thang-ta. The spear can be used in its non-missile form while in close or thrown …Read more »

Silambam Kuthuvarisai rally

Silambam andKuthuvarisai

guru vanakam many kinds silambam Training

TAMILNADU GOLD STAR SILAMBAM guru vanakam many kinds silambam Training

How to practice Silambam

How to practice Silambam

Silambam Kuthuvarisai

Silambam, Kuthuvarisai, Long Staff

Basic Silambam Training to Foreign Girls

Indian Martial Art – Basic Silambam Training to Foreign Girls by Simashan International Trainer Dr.Shahul Hameed, Madurai, Tamilnadu (India)

Silambam Nilaikalakki Martial Arts at Little Penang market

Silambam Nilaikalakki Martial Arts at Little Penang market

Martial Arts Odyssey: Silambam Penang (Part 2)

Grand Master Anbananthan tells the story of his first master and how he came to study Silambam. He also Antonio Graceffo about his meetings with Donn F. Draeger. Draeger made several trips to the island of Penang, first to challenge the Silambam master, and later to study with him.Brooklyn Monk in Asia Podcast (anti-travel humor)http://brooklynmonk.podomatic.com

Martial Arts Odyssey: Silambam Penang (Part 1)

On the Malaysian island of Penang, Antonio Graceffo meets Grand Master Anbananthan, a teacher of the Indian martial art of Silambam. Silambam is an Indian stick fighting art which originated among Tamil people in the South of India. The art is thought to be as much as 5,000 years old. In India the art has …Read more »