Thank you very much for visiting the website of
“Sangam Institute of Indian Martial Arts”
I’m a manager, Satoru T.
SANGAM is the non profit
organization established for promoting international cultural exchange
through martial arts practice in grass roots level. We are now trying to take
government registration in
As mentioned in other pages, Indian martial arts have given much influence on Asian culture and martial arts, technically, ideologically, and religiously in the history. In spite of that, its fame and popularity are very less than other Asian martial arts like Karate, Judo and Kung-fu.
We wish that through the activity of SANGAM Institute, the importance of Indian martial arts will be recognized by martial arts enthusiast all over the world, and someday, many young generations will take part in real practice, make great bridge over the cultural gap between India and abroad.
All contents in the site are the real information from my direct
experiences in India That’s why every “comment” is just
personal opinion, but nothing more.
Basically all photograph was taken by myself, but very few pieces are presented by Master.
The real feature of Indian martial arts are not well known by
people, so we will emphasize to show the visual images of photos
The contents on the site are derived from several researches done
in the period from November 2005 to March 2008.
Every data include price is always changing, so please reconfirm
those information by direct enquire to the schools before you visit
We will do the best about correctness of the data, but you should know that nobody is perfect in this world !
If you would like to make contact with us in relation of Indian martial arts, please send us e-mail with your name and address.
Personally, I would like to introduce stick rotating technique. Among many kinds of other techniques, it’s some kind of a common language of all over India, and has much benefit not only for bodily growth and health, but also for every kind of athletes as a basic exercise.
I call it “Dharma Chakra Drive” or “Bharatia Stick Art”, with its historical back ground. I suppose that the technique was popularized all over India with Buddhist movement because of its feature symbolizes the Dharma Chakra Rotation which was the very symbol of Buddha himself and important idea of Hindu too.(That’s why, Dharma Chakra is set in the center of Indian national flag nowadays)
If somebody interested, please send me e-mail.
In Hindi, it means
the holy land where
two great rivers meet
In Tamil, it means
school where keen