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Marma Adi, Bothati, Angampora

Posted on 06 October 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Indian of Martial Arts

Marma Adi

Marma adi is a traditional Indian boxing school that relies on the principles of striking the “marma” (secret vital energy) points, similar to those shared in the Chinese art of dim mak, otherwise known as “the death touch.”

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Muki Boxing – Style of Martial Arts

Posted on 02 October 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Similar to boxing, this is an ancient, bare-knuckle system of fighting, practiced in Banares, northern India. Players are known for their devastating fist striking techniques, and for the exercises they undertake to tone and harden their fists, which include repeatedly striking solid objects such as bricks and stones. Smashing a coconut with a bare fist is a test of strength for which many are famed.

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Vajra Mushti – Style Martial Arts

Posted on 01 October 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Different Types of Martial Arts

Series in Indian Martial Arts

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Malyutham – The Wrestling Martial Arts

Posted on 28 September 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Malyutham The Indian Martial Arts

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Thang-Ta Style of Martial Arts

Posted on 26 September 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Different Types of Martial Arts

Series on Indian Martial Arts

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Shaster Vidiya

Posted on 24 September 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Different Types of Martial Arts

Shaster Vidiya – Series in Indian Martial Arts

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Indian Martial Arts

Posted on 09 December 2008 by Tony Hackerott

The world’s most populous democracy and the seventh largest country by geographical land mass, the Republic of India shares its borders with China, Nepal, and Bhutan in the northeast; Bangladesh and Myanmar in the east; and Pakistan to the west. It has given birth to four major world religions Sikhism, Buddhism, Hinduigni, and Jainism and the region’s long history and diverse culture has spawned many philosophies, great thinkers, brave warriors, and influential martial artists.

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