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1) What is kung fu anyway? Read More

2) Why the different spellings, "Gung Fu" and "Kung Fu" ? Read More

3) How is kung fu different from Karate, Judo, or Tae Kwon Do? Read More

4) Where was kung fu originated? Read More

5) What is ch'i? Read More

6) What is self defense? Read More

7) How long will it take to get black belt? Read More

8) Who all can learn this art of kung fu? Read More

9) Do I need to under go any test to achieve my grade? Read More

10) How do we enroll for admission? Read More


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Kung fu, also spelled gung fu, is a generic term for martial arts originating in China. A direct translation of the term would be "hard work" or "effort". Shaolin is a subset of kung fu that was studied in temples between around 500 AD until the destruction of the temples in the early 1920's.

This is yet another result of western linguists confusing both eastern and western speakers. In the once near-universal Wade-Giles spelling, a Chinese "G" sound was written in English as "K", while what the Chinese pronounced as "K" was transcribed as "K' ". Thus if kung fu were supposed to be pronounced with a "k" sound, it would have been written as "k'ung fu."

Judo is a sport that involves primarily throwing and grappling. It is very similar to western wrestling, and was invented in the late 1800s by Jigoro Kano, in Japan, specifically as a sport. Karate was originally an Okinawan method of combat that almost completely dispenses with throws. Its blocks are hard and it is a power oriented style. Tae Kwon Do is a Korean art, similar to karate, that emphasizes the feet as weapons and is also very power oriented.

Kung Fu has both hard and soft styles. All styles teach the use of throws, grappling holds, weapons, and self defense. It is therefore a more broad and complex system of combat than many other styles.

Actually many of us mistake in knowing the origination of Kung -fu, people have the idea of shaolin which is the temple where the members get trained and this shaolin in china as its origination, but in fact kung fu was originated in INDIA by an Indian monk named "Bodhidarma".

Ch'i is a basic concept in most Asian arts, martial and otherwise. It is also known as prana (India) ,word which generally translate into "breath." At the most simple level, ch'i is described as the life force, or "electricity" of living things. It is analogous to the energy that makes something alive, rather than inanimate, and death is described as a body devoid of ch'i. Its cultivation is taken almost on faith, via such arts as Dragon kung fu, Ch'i Kung, and T'ai Chi Ch'uan. Thus, though difficult to define, measure, or explain, ch'i lies at the root of martial and meditative arts practices.

Self-defense is the essence of Chinese martial arts. True Kung Fu teaching always instructs students to be tolerant and avoid fighting, but the ability to defend oneself is a valuable asset. It is only when we know that we can defend ourselves effectively that we gain self-confidence. In this way self-defense can be applied to non-combative situations, such as job interviews or school exams. In modern society, this need for psychological self-defense is perhaps more important than the need to actually fight.

Firstly here in kung-fu there is no belt kind of system, instead the grades are given in the form of dress code. It usually takes few years to get the highest grade depending on the performance grades will be awarded to the trainee.

Any body from the age of 5 years to 60 years can learn this art, both gents and ladies.

Yes, of course every year we will be conducting cumulative tests and final test for change of grade with the certificates and prizes given at the time of our annual demonstration function.

Kindly find the admission form available in the same website in the main page take the print out of the form and walk in to our nearest branch. (OR) directly walk in to the branch we will provide you the enrollment form. (OR) call the contact number or email id for assistance.

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