AGASTHYAM CHAMPIONS


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Khelo India: Kerala secures two silver medals

2022: Kerala won two medals in the first day of Khelo India Youth Games conducted at Panchkula, Haryana. Adarsh V.S. and Gopika S. Mohan from Agasthyam Kalari, Trivandrum won medals in chuvadu category. Kalarippayattu is being part of national games for the first time this year. 84 members team is representing the State of Kerala at the national games. The events were inaugurated by G.T.C.C. Chairperson and Sports Authority of India Director Mr. Amarjyoti in the presence of SAI Executive Director Mr. M.S. Varghese and Kalarippayattu Federation Secretary General Shri. Poonthura Soman.


Agasthyam Kalarippayattu reigns National Kalarippayattu Championship

2021: Agasthyam students excelled in the National Kalarippayattu championship held online by winning 7 medals securing overall championship title for the State of Kerala. Tamil Nadu came in second and Puducherry won the third prize. Around two hundred students participated in the competition from 20 different States. Gopika S. Mohan (Gold, Chuvadu – Female Sub-junior category), Ahalya (Silver, Chuvadu – Female Senior category), Raaga Sankar (Silver, Chuvady – Female Junior category), V.S. Adarsh (Silver, Chuvadu – Male Sub-junior), Ramesh Ravindran (Bronze, Chuvadu – Male Senior) and R.S. Vishnudev with Ramesh Ravindran (Bronze, Male Senior Sword and Shield) are the winners from Agasthyam. Coming from the lineage of 200+ years, Dhanwantari Kalari (Agasthyam) have been winning medals at various competitions and is one of the prominent Kalari training centres of the State. Agasthyam is also popular for their marma treatments. Kalari is headed by famous martial artist, journalist and director Dr. Mahesh Gurukkal. He is the son of eminent martial artist and marma specialist Shri. Sanalkumar Gurukkal.


Kerala wins National Kalaripayattu Championship

2021: Kerala wins overall championship in National Kalarippayattu Championship organised by Indian Kalaripayattu Federation. Tamil Nadu won second prize and Puducherry secured third championship. Around two hundred students participated in the competition from 20 different States. The students from Trivandrum excelled in the competitions by winning one gold, three silver and three bronze medals. Gopika S. Mohan (Gold, Chuvadu – Female Sub-junior category), Ahalya (Silver, Chuvadu – Female Senior category), Raaga Sankar (Silver, Chuvady – Female Junior category), V.S. Adarsh (Silver, Chuvadu – Male Sub-junior), Ramesh Ravindran (Bronze, Chuvadu – Male Senior) and R.S. Vishnudev with Ramesh Ravindran (Bronze, Male Senior Sword and Shield) are the winners. All of the winners are part of Agasthyam Kalari, Trivandrum.


Kalaripayattu National Champions: Ahalya and Gopika from Agasthyam

2020: Gopika and Ahalya from Agasthyam Kalari, Trivandrum won first and second places respectively in national kalarippayattu championship that was held online a few days ago. They participated in women sub-junior and senior chuvadu category securing gold and silver medals. They come from the 200-year-old lineage of Agasthyam Kalari presently headed by famous martial artist, journalist and director Dr. Mahesh Gurukkal.

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