He Maruthi Marma Chikilsa & Kalari Sangham

He Maruthi Marma Chikilsa & Kalari Sangham

Aramada, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
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We bring together teachers and artists from different Indian Traditional disciplines such as Mohiniyattam, Kathakali, Bharatha Natyam, Kuchipudi, Carnatic Music and Kerala's folk Dances.

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Kuchipudi

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A dance-drama similar in style to Bharatha Natyam, Kuchipudi is the traditional art from of Kuchelapuram, in Andhra Pradesh. A male prerogative till recent times, the dance focuses on animation, and involves many complex movements such as balancing a pot on the head and dancing with the legs on the brim of a brass platter for over a quarter of the solo performance. Today the dance is performed by women artist as well, and usually revolves around roles like that of the beautiful but vainglorious legendary female character, Satyabhama.
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Mohiniyattam Courses

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Kerala's native dance form since the 16th century. Mohiniyattam is popularly referred to as the dance of the enchantress. As the legend goes, the Hindu God Vishnu assumed the guise of a beautiful maiden called Mohini, to enshare the demon kings and get the hold of the 'Amrut', the life tonic for the gods.
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Yoga Courses

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After the Kalari Vandanam, we do Vandhana Chuvadu (Ganapathi Kai). While starting Kalari and stoping time also do this Vandana Chuvadu (Ganapathi Kai).

There are different types of Vandhana Chuvadu (Ganapathi Kai). Then you start the basic movements.

As has been explained, Kalarippayattu is also a healing art and a source of knowledge. Besides the movements for defense and attack, a science to repair the damage with massage and medication has been developed. In fact, nobody can be Kalarippayattu Master without having perfected both: the art of dis-empowerment and the art of re-empowerment of the body.

Due to the prohibition of the practice under the British Rule, the masters and disciples of this Marital Art worked secretly in collaboration with the Yogasana's and Marmavidya's Centres (Schools of Yoga and Ayurvedic Centres). Despite the fact that Kalarippayattu had already developed a science of its own for healing wounds, the medicinal aspect fully flourished, at the same time that the spiritual aspect based on silence and piety, settled deeply.

In that sense, Kalarippayattu follows the ancient Ayurvedic and Marma methods of massage, using the feet and hands to spread herbal oils all over the body, to regain its vital spots.These natural oils are made in the center in the traditional way, and are different according to each specific treatment. There are several treatment to heal many kinds of pain:  

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Kathakali

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Kathakali is the classic dance-drama of Kerala, created in the 17th century continuing the old ritual theatre forms of the temples, the Koodiyattam. It represents stories of goods, heroes and demons took from the great epics and mythology of India: Mahabharata and Ramayana.To achieve this supernatural atmosphere, the actors (traditionally just men) follow a rigorous physical training to develop all the expressive capacities of the body. The dance is divided into 'tandava' style, with high-speed footwork and dynamic jumps, and 'lasya' style, soft, delicate and full of charm. But the actor must learn also the 'abinaya', the powerful facial expressions coordinated with the movements of the eyes, as well as the language of 'mudras', the symbolic gestures of the hands and fingers.

This sophisticated and condified movements, in conbination with the stylized make-up, the elaborated constumes, its vocal music and the resonant rhythm of the drums (chenda, maddalam and cymbals), convert Kathakali in a spectacular blend of poetry, mine, music and dance, to traverse new dimensions in the portrayal of emotions and perception, perhaps not accessible to any other art form.

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Kalarippayattu Package Tours

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Kalarippayattu is the most ancient martial art of India. It appeared more than four thousand years ago in the state of Kerala, related to the sacred writng Dhanurveda. It is Dravidic Art that belong to the Dravidians, the native population of south india. In ancient times it was used by the Raja (Kings) in combats and wars, but also its movement system can be found in the origin of all artistic disciplines of this zone, like kathakali or Bharatanatyam.

The technique that kalarippayattu (Kalari is the fighting arena and payattu is the way of fighting) has developed is the result of the harshness of the specific geographical features of kerala, endowed by many rivers, forests, hills and lakes. It consists in different types and complex patterns of steps ideated to plush up all the capacities of the human body for fighting, paying specialattention in the sudden movement of legs and arms,  and in the power of hands and eyes. It includes unarmed combat with two and three people, as well as the use of hand held  weapons, such as knife, short stick, long stick, sword and shield, belt sword and fire.

Before staring and finishing of any combat, you must do the Kalari Vand\anam (The kalari is facing to east, because when the time of sun rising the rays will come inside of the kalari, kalari vandanam is started from east and end at west) the kalri vandanam is a form of salute to the earth, sun, sky, guru and lord ganesha  and siva.

They are  30 chuvadu movement like animals, squirrel jump (4 cordinal direction) frog jump, duck walk, crocodile, movement of the snake, and monkey. (movement of the Baly route in Ramayana) and variety of animals. Movement called Anga  Chuvadu is known as sheenadi, shilath. These are a succession of steps surroundingthe four cardinal directions, and are used to give to the practice strength, stretching, balance precision, suppleness and mental alertness. But this ancient martial art is not just a fighting art, but also a healing art and a spring of knowledge. During the centuries kalarippayattu has developed the marma, the secret science based on the principles of Ayurveda to heal wounds and to stimulate the pranavayu, the vital energy of the body and its 108 and 64 vital points.

Master of kalarippayattu, is tell their thoughts to their students mind to mind. So, a deep relationship between master and his students is also exist.
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Buddhism Package Tours

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The First Indian to reach Japan is Bodhidharman. Japan's ancient capital is Nara, where situated the largest Buddhist statue. The inauguration of this statue is done by Bodhidharman, the Buddhist priest. Bodhidharman is also known as 28th disciple of Buddhist saint and priest of Mahayan Budda saint. He went from Kerala to China on 6th Century. We have knowledge of Bodhi Dharman written records from Ton guang dens.

Yinking Ging and Kazooya Ging are the devotional scripts illustrating Kalarippayattu and Yoga. These are scripts of BUDHA. He was born and brought up in India. His father was a Brahmin king ruler SIYACHI in South India. Bodhidarman was the third child of the king.

Now historians says that SIYACHI was the VANCHINAD one of the center of BUDHA Monastery that situated in Kerala and also the word SIYACHI is the Chinese pronunciation of THIRUVANCHIKULAM. 

The disciple BODIDHARMAN have a great knowledge of marital arts, Veda, yoga and philosophy. He teach Kalarippayattu for disciples who lived in the SHAOLIN TEMPLE. He illustrated the conversation of BUDHA, so the people called him as DAMO in China and in Japan they called him with respect as DHARMASAN. At the time of Bodhidharman, Kerala was ruled as one, till the tenth century, When the VANCHI CITY was well known about BUDHA monastery.

Agasthyakoodam is a well-known peak situated in Kerala. It stands in the SAHYAHILLS.According to the beliefs of BUDHA it was the residing palace of MAHAYANA BUDHA. The Agastyakoodam is known in several names as POTHIKA, POTHALA and POTHIYANMALA, according to the devotional and old scripts. The hill is well known for the Ayurvedic medicines. In olden times, pilgrims came from TIBET and other countries. For memories of the Agasthyakoodam the TIBET made a memorial in their country.In olden times, pilgrims came from TIBET and other countries. For memories of the Agasthyakoodam the TIBET made a memorial in their country. The university of BUDHA MONASTRY and SREEMOOLSTHANAM where once situated in Kerala.

In olden times, pilgrims came from TIBET and other countries. For memories of the Agasthyakoodam the TIBET made a memorial in their country. The university of BUDHA MONASTRY and SREEMOOLSTHANAM where once situated in Kerala. In Kerala University's manuscript library are kept the ancient script 'ARYMANJUSREE' and BUDHA SASTRAM KILLIPATTU which is kept in the Sanskrit university of THRIPPONITHURA.
 
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Bharathanatiyam Courses

Earlier known as 'Sadir' and 'Dasiattom', Bharata Natyam was once perfomed by the Devadasis, the dancers of the temple, as a sacred art. This Tamil Nadu's traditional dance from was sculpted by the renowned sage Bharata in his historical document Natya Sastra, way back in 4000 B.C.

The beauty and the energy of this dance come from a particular posture that requires he upper part of the body to be erect, while the legs-bent halfway down with knees spread out-beat the floor inside complex patterns of rhythm. But it also use the art of 'mudras' (hand gestures) and the 'abhinaya' or facial expressions, swiftly changing with every mood, character and theme that's created.

Today, the format have still a big religious dimension, describing invocation, lyrics, enactment, light erotic steps and also pure dance, accompanied by pure Carnatic Music Style. Based on religious and spiritual values, Bharata Natyam focuses on devotion and the ultimate union of the soul and the supreme.

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Percussion

Maddalam' and 'Chenda', are the most known rhythmic instruments of South India. Both are double-skinned vertical drums used in Kathakali and in temple rituals for centuries, but actually are also played in purely musical concerts as well as theatrical performance, emphasizing the actor's steps and gestures. Both are made with special wood and buffalo leather to resonate in particular echo reverberation.
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Carnatic Music School

Carnatic Music is one of the two branches of Indian Classical Music. It is rendered vocally as well as instrumentally, and its inspiration come from the deep source of devotional chant and music of South Indian temples, where truly vedic forms are still alive.

In this system, seven notes form the base: Shadja, Rishabha, Gandhara, Madhyama, Panchama, Dhaivatha and Nishada (Sa, ri, ga, ma, pa, dha, ni). While sa and pa do not have any variants, the other five have two, the flat and the sharp. An amazing variety of melodic patterns or 'ragas' have been devised by Carnatic musicians, setting all or some of the notes in an ascending or descending order. Also 'tala' or 'rhythm' and 'shruti', the basic pitch of the singer, are important in this art form. 

In India, 'Sangeet Marga', the path of music, aims at 'Nada Brahma', the state beyond silence, Music, then, becomes prayer devoted to emotion and union with the divine.
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      Thiruvananthapuram-695032, Kerala, India

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