The traditional Kalarippayattu, which used to be patronized by the feudal lords to train warriors for safe-guarding their territories, has evolved through centuries of socio-political changes. Today, the concept of the Kalarippayattu has been refined to match the need of the day, when physical fitness and mental well- being are of prime priorities.
Month: December 2021
The river unites the three fascinating cultures of the Tibetan Civilization in the North, the sleepy villages of India in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam Valley and the bustling villages in the Delta of Bangladesh. There’s more to this river in India’s northeast than just its annual floods. The river is revered equally by the religious canvas of indigenous populace of Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists, Muslims and Bons.
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