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Flying side kick is best in a whole art. Not the battlefields IN WHOLE MARTIAL ARTS MANY KICK TO LEARN SIMPLEST FORMS . BUT WE RECALCULATE THE KICKS . FLYING SIDE IS ONE OF THEM AND ITS MY ONE MY FAVOURITES . kalaripayattu warrior don’t used thistype of kicks in battlefields …
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This is a group ofEpictetus advised his students to participate regularly in an exercise called “voluntary discomfort.” In this exercise, he suggested them to deliberately put themselves through uncomfortable situations. The goal was to not let comfort have an upper hand over us, and to be prepared for anything and everything that may come our way. Epictetus said, “We must undergo a hard winter training and not rush into things for which we haven’t prepared.”During ancient times, wars were not fought during the winter and the opposing armies typically disbanded, a practice that went on past the American Revolution.

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Epictetus advised his students to participate regularly in an exercise called “voluntary discomfort.” In this exercise, he suggested them to deliberately put themselves through uncomfortable situations. The goal was to not let comfort have an upper hand over us, and to be prepared for anything and everything that may come our way. Epictetus said, “We must undergo a hard winter training and not rush into things for which we haven’t prepared.”During ancient times, wars were not fought during the winter and the opposing armies typically disbanded, a practice that went on past the American Revolution.

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GQ (Indian edition)GQ is the Indian editioLevels and weapons of KalaripayattuThe syllabus of Kalaripayattu consists of five different levels. But even after completing these levels it takes years of regular practice with dedication, discipline and devotion to master the art of Kalaripayattu. Each new level deals with perfecting the previous levels and the introduction of new elements. The different levels are organised as follows:Basic LevelIn the basic level, the student learns unarmed techniques that allow mastery over body movements and balance. Forms, combinations and techniques include:

  • Chuvadu (Salutation Forms)
  • Adithada (Unarmed Combat)
  • Pootu (Locks)
  • Valivu (Throws)

Intermediate LevelIn the intermediate level, the student learns to attain agility, flexibility and coordination of body movements through the above basic forms, combinations and techniques on a higher level. Additionally, the student learns:Maypayattu (Flexibility Forms)As well as the basics of Rad & Neduvadi (long session staff/stick).Advanced LevelThe advanced level deals with training in weapons:Blunt weapons

  • Rad Veesh (Long Session Staff) The long session staff is rotated at a high speed in various ways to gain mastery and control over the stick as well as to protect oneself. Traditionally, individuals wanting to protect themselves and keep away animals from their lands would put fireballs on both ends of the stick and swing the staff at high speeds. It is believed that the movements of Nanchak (the chained stick) originate from this action.
  • Neduvadi (Long Stick)
  • Kuravadi (Short Stick)
  • Cheruvadi (Medium Stick)

Sharp weapons

  • Kathi (Dagger)
  • Kadara
  • Vettukathi

Senior LevelPractice with these weapons advances to a higher level, and the student learns traditional sword fighting. The different sword types are as follows:

  • Valum (Long Sword) This weapon was most commonly used during ancient warfare. This weapon can cause serious injury even without much practice, so it is considered to be one of the most dangerous weapons.
  • Churika (Medium Sword)

Instructor LevelThe instructor level involves proficiency in the use of the following weapons:

  • Valum Parichayum (Sword & Shield) The combination of sword and shield is considered to be the traditional weapon of Kalaripayattu.
  • Spear
  • Maru (Axe)
  • Urumi (Spring Sword) The Urumi is a weapon unique to India. No other country in the world has a weapon like this. Worn like a belt by the warrior, this weapon is only for the most extreme and dangerous situations, as it is one that ca

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Kalaripayattu art is most ancient art of Indian culture . But In India 🇮🇳 most of the people forget this martial art . Iam martial artist influencer this is my job to expanding the art whole HP . KALARIPAYATTU IS MORE. THAN 3 000 YEARS OLD . KALARIPAYATTU IS THE MOTHER OF ALL MARTIAL ARTS ALSO. BECAUSE. THERE NO FORM MADE TO DEFEATED THIS POWERFUL ART

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Levels and weapons of KalaripayattuThe syllabus of Kalaripayattu consists of five different levels. But even after completing these levels it takes years of regular practice with dedication, discipline and devotion to master the art of Kalaripayattu. Each new level deals with perfecting the previous levels and the introduction of new elements. The different levels are organised as follows:Basic LevelIn the basic level, the student learns unarmed techniques that allow mastery over body movements and balance. Forms, combinations and techniques include:

  • Chuvadu (Salutation Forms)
  • Adithada (Unarmed Combat)
  • Pootu (Locks)
  • Valivu (Throws)

Intermediate LevelIn the intermediate level, the student learns to attain agility, flexibility and coordination of body movements through the above basic forms, combinations and techniques on a higher level. Additionally, the student learns:Maypayattu (Flexibility Forms)As well as the basics of Rad & Neduvadi (long session staff/stick).Advanced LevelThe advanced level deals with training in weapons:Blunt weapons

  • Rad Veesh (Long Session Staff) The long session staff is rotated at a high speed in various ways to gain mastery and control over the stick as well as to protect oneself. Traditionally, individuals wanting to protect themselves and keep away animals from their lands would put fireballs on both ends of the stick and swing the staff at high speeds. It is believed that the movements of Nanchak (the chained stick) originate from this action.
  • Neduvadi (Long Stick)
  • Kuravadi (Short Stick)
  • Cheruvadi (Medium Stick)

Sharp weapons

  • Kathi (Dagger)
  • Kadara
  • Vettukathi

Senior LevelPractice with these weapons advances to a higher level, and the student learns traditional sword fighting. The different sword types are as follows:

  • Valum (Long Sword) This weapon was most commonly used during ancient warfare. This weapon can cause serious injury even without much practice, so it is considered to be one of the most dangerous weapons.
  • Churika (Medium Sword)

Instructor LevelThe instructor level involves proficiency in the use of the following weapons:

  • Valum Parichayum (Sword & Shield) The combination of sword and shield is considered to be the traditional weapon of Kalaripayattu.
  • Spear
  • Maru (Axe)
  • Urumi (Spring Sword) The Urumi is a weapon unique to India. No other country in the world has a weapon like this. Worn like a belt by the warrior, this weapon is only for the most extreme and dangerous situations, as it is one that can easily cause self-injury. When a true master uses this weapon, it has the ability to cut off a hundred heads in a single draw. If used without proper practice, this weapon can take the warrior’s own head.

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KALARIPAYATTU SAYS___ our body Is like a to temple and our heart is God .safe and takecare of body by getting wisdom .

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Kalaripayattu is world’s Deadliest martial arts . Getting Rank no 1 . This is a fact that however who learned this largest art don’t MESS with the any artist learn such type of art . Kalaripayattu has divided into two groups first is Theeken and second one is vadkaan . This styles made Eighteen hands of Buddha technique which already mixing past . for instance IN ancient times Indian legend called Bodhidharma who teaches the whole sholin temple and teaching the Eighteenth hand of Buddha technique. After all they spread this in western World and expanding different countries Today now one know it . History beyond the kalaripayattu art . that’s why kalaripayattu is known as THE MOTHER OF ALL MARTIAL ARTS….

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मैं सागर से भी गहरा हूँ…तुम कितने कंकड़ फेंकोगे..
चुन-चुन कर आगे बढूँगा मैं…
तुम मुझको कब तक रोकोगे…
तुम मुझको कब तक रोकोगे..।।झुक-झुककर सीधा खड़ा हुआ, अब फिर झुकने का शौक नहीं..
अपने ही हाथों रचा स्वयं.. तुमसे मिटने का खौफ़ नहीं…
तुम हालातों की भट्टी में… जब-जब भी मुझको झोंकोगे…
तुम हालातों की भट्टी में… जब-जब भी मुझको झोंकोगे…
तब तपकर सोना बनूंगा मैं…
तुम मुझको कब तक रोकोगे…
तुम मुझको कब तक रोक़ोगे…।।

  • KALARIPAYATTU IS DEADIEST ART THEN OTHERS .

How Long Does It Take To Kill?
We spoke to Kalaripayattu expert Suresan Nambiar about the leaps and twists of this form of martial art from Kerala
BY FORBES INDIA
6 min read
PUBLISHED:
Nov 19, 2010 12:04:07 AM IST
UPDATED:
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Image: Vidyanand Kamat
What are the origins of this art?
North and South Kerala believe in two different myths regarding the origin of kalaripayattu. The people of South Kerala believe the rishi Agasthya founded the practice while people from North Kerala credit rishi Parasurama as being the founder. Either way, it was based on the movements and habits of birds and animals. The Kadampanad province in Kerala can be considered as the nurturing place for the art. When there were disputes between the kings of Kerala, one warrior from each side was chosen to fight on behalf of the king; and the warriors fought till one of them died. It was a matter of honour to fight. These warriors perfected the skill of kalaripayattu.

Why is this martial art not very well known outside Kerala?
One of the main reasons for this is the philosophy of the art itself. Most people turn to a martial art to learn to fight. But the teachers of kalaripayattu emphasise restraint and meditation. The knowledge is meant only for fitness and treatment. There are very few occasions — to defend the helpless — when one is allowed to use this art against someone. The art is a means to understand how weak your body is. It is also a way to keep fit and rejuvenate your body. The more dangerous techniques are often not taught to students. A martial art masquerading as a rejuvenation technique can only have so many takers. Kalaripayattu involves detachment from the world, which is very difficult to achieve.

Another reason is that many teachers are orthodox. They don’t like to mingle with practitioners of other martial arts. In my kalari in Kerala, every Sunday, I invite practitioners to discuss and share notes. This increases exposure and mutual knowledge but does not happen too often in other kalaris.  

What are the dangerous skills associated with this art? Do you know them?
The Marma kala is the skill of recognising the body’s weak points. It can be used to cause serious injury or even to kill. There are 108 weak points in the body which include many bone joints or significant arteries. These points can also be used to rejuvenate the body or to treat illnesses. The skills involved in Marma kala are the same as the basic skills that are taught — albeit with a little twist. These twists are only taught after the students earn the trust of the guru. I know most, but not all of these skills.

Why are these skills not taught?
It is not that they are not taught at all. But many teachers are wary of sharing them with students who might misuse them. Besides, it takes a lot of dedication to acquire the competence required to master these skills. Not many students can reach that level. Some teachers think that this knowledge should be kept exclusive — like a gupt vidya. Besides, there are many fraud teachers who claim that they have knowledge but are not willing to share it as it is dangerous. One has to beware of fraud teachers as improper massaging or training can lead to impotency and other serious problems. 
I am among the group that believes that all knowledge should be shared and I would like to spread the skills of kalaripayattu among as many deserving people as possible.

How long does it take to kill a person?
There is a spot in the middle of the chest where there is a slight dip. If this exact spot is hit, then death will occur in 2 and half hours.

Has this actually happened?
Yes, I have heard of an unfortunate incident where two senior warriors were demonstrating their skills with a wooden weapon called the otta when one of them was hit at this spot on his chest and died by the time he was taken to the hospital. There is actually a way to save the person. If the person is hit on the exact spot at the back, then the person can be saved. But there are not many people who know all this, and besides, the first instinct is naturally to take the person to the hospital. When the person is vomiting blood, etc. people are scared of doing further damage.

What is a good age to start training for martial arts?
Ten years is an ideal age to start kalaripayattu

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