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The holistic approach is aimed at the ultimate co-ordination and control over and body. The weapons become an extension of the body, controlled by the mind to achieve high degreeof perfection in both offensive and difensive combats. The inherent beauty of this art form lies in the harmonious synergy of art, science and medicine.

Kalarippayattu is practiced inside the Kalari under the guidence and supervision of a Gurukkal or Master. Kalari means the Practicing area and Payattu means fight or the Art of Compat. Kalarippayattu Means the compat art of Hardcore training. its note through four Stages of training

ie; Meythari, Kolthari, Ankathari and Verumkai.

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In the second stage use of wooden weapons like Long stick, short stick and Otta, etc... Ottakkol is a special curved wooden weapon in the Kothari repertoire which serves as a training instrument for co-ordinating the intricate movements of the body and feet and also as a stepping stone to the proper execution of the advanced Kalarippayatu techniques. Various sequences of Kolthari lead one to the proper understanding of mind and body in action.

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The fourth part is unarmed compat or bare hand techniques. This is the training for defence without using any weapon against an armed or unarmed person. In Verum Kai, different techniques of locking, gripping, throwing are taught. The student also learns the marma treatment as part of Kalari's advanced study. Verumkai is said to be the advanced stage of Kalari. Master of the martial traditional order will impart this knowledge only to those students who are highly disciplined not only in Kalari but also in their daily life.