Weapons of silat – Indonesian Martial Art

Listed here are the weapons of silat. The most common are the kris, spear, machete, stick, kerambit, sickle and sarong. Edged weapons are given priority in silat, but the stick and sarong are also popular for self-defense. Because Southeast Asian society was traditionally based around agriculture, many of these weapons were originally farming tools. Bladed…

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Pencak Silat (Indonesian Martial Art)

Pencak silat (Indonesian pronunciation: [ˈpɛntʃaʔ ˈsilat]; sometimes spelled penchak silat or pentjak silat in Western writings) is an umbrella term for themartial arts of Indonesia. The leading organization of pencak silat in Indonesia is IPSI (Ikatan Pencak Silat Indonesia, meaning Pencak Silat Association of Indonesia). The liaison body for international pencak silat is the International…

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Capoeira Bali Group

A house and home under the shelter of Escola Cultural Zungu Capoeira for all Capoeiristas and all people who would like to share good vibe, good energy through the art of Capoeira in Bali. Trainer Instrutor Noko endorsed by Escola Cultural Zungu Capoeira Prof. Caca, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Formal Training Schedules: Seminyakall classes @ The…

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Pencak Silat Setia Hat iterate (PSHT)

In 1903, at the Village Tambak Gringsing, Surabaya, Ki Ngabeni Surodiwirjo form a brotherhood whose family members called ” Sedulur Tunggal Ketjer”, while the game Pencak silat called “Djojo Gendilo” In 1912, Ki Ngabeni Surodiwirjo stopped working because feel disappointed, his boss often do not keep their promises. but was officially founded in 1922 by…

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