The martial art of Kalari is the cultural art of the ancient Tamils. This art is mostly taught in Kerala today and is very well preserved there. Keralites are the ancient Tamils and therefore naturally this art is mixed with them. The kalari art and the Tamil seafaring community have a long tradition. Beach sand is a natural place to learn martial arts. So there is no need to build the gym. As such a tradition has been abandoned by the Tamil seafaring community in this century, the foundation of the gallery now looks alien to us. This is the reason for the recession Since the halls were set up in places where there were no beaches, training would have to continue if those halls were to be maintained. This is why this art thrives there Today, no matter what the circumstances of the growing of this kalari, its ancient history is in Tamil This kalari art is now seen by many as the southern kalari the northern kalari Having had the opportunity to live with many kalari masters in our area since my childhood I am mindful of the fact that I only use the word kalari The beach community is calling for your beach sand to be reclaimed.
Looking forward to the opportunities of bharatha kalai koodam which will stage and beautify traditional arts like kaliyal Attam, kalari, etc. Create opportunities to know our traditional tastes and invite us. We are ready with the best training
Culture still has many thousands of years to go. So let’s pass on the traditional culture to the next generation
Our culture is history. We will preserve our tradition of passing on this history in the form of music and dance