Sword Fights, Stcik Fights, Spear Fights, Dagger Fights, Gada Fights and many more breath stopping Feats from the performers of Shri Guru Laldas Taalimqana Ballem Bhalewal - 4 November 2011 - Andhra Warriors- Andhra Kalari- Kathisamu & Karrasamu
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Shri Guru Laldas Talimqana, ANDHRA WARRIORS , Andhra Kalari Fights
Ancient Indian Martial Arts, Andhra Kalari Fights
Sword Fight Sword with a Shield Fight Involved with Two People
Gada Fight
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Dagger Fight Dagger Feat
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HISTORY OF TALIMQANA [1]
HERIDITARY CHART [1]
SWORD FIGHT or Kathisamu or Dal Faria [2]
DAGGER FIGHT [1]
SULTAN FIGHT [1]
TORCH FIGHT [2]
SPEAR FIGHT [2]
STICK FIGHT [1]
GADA FIGHT [2]
PATA FIGHT [2]
EVENTS [2]
FEATS [7]
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SPEAR FIGHT

The Spear Fight is a fight which involves the persons with weapon called 'SPEAR'. This weapon has a sharpened head which in general was used by the army in good old days. 

A spear is a pole weapon consisting of a shaft, usually of wood, with a pointed head. The head may be simply the sharpened end of the shaft itself, as is the case with bamboo spears, or it may be made of a more durable material fastened to the shaft, such as flint, obsidian, iron, steel or bronze. The most common design for hunting or combat spears since ancient times has incorporated a metal spearhead shaped like a barbed triangle, lozenge or leaf. The heads of fishing spears usually feature barbs or serrated edges.

Spear manufacture and use is mainly confined to human beings for hunting since at least 400,000 years ago. In the earlier days the wooden spears were made with fire-hardened points. In the due course human being started to make complex stone blades with flaked edges which were used as spear heads. These stone heads could be fixed to the spear shaft by gum or resin or by bindings made of animal sinew, leather strips or vegetable matter. During this period, a clear difference remained between spears designed to be thrown and those designed to be used in hand-to-hand combat.

Spears were one of the most common personal weapons used in the stone age period and they remained in use as an important military and hunting device till recently. One of the earliest weapons fashioned by human beings. The spear is still used for hunting and fishing, and its influences still may be seen in contemporary military weapons.

Spears used primarily for thrusting may be used with either one or two hands and tend to have heavier and sturdier designs than those intended exclusively for throwing. Those designed for throwing tend to be lighter and have a more streamlined head.

Coming to the present age the dominance of the weapon is downside in India and is confined mainly to the museums and its usage is said to be completely losing its identity. Our ancestors left us these ancient martial arts and we at our 'Taalimqana', still train our disciples and the enthusiastic in this magnificent martial art form.
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