Arts and Culture Photography Travel Photography Kalaripayattu demonstration with Gada (club) June 20, 2013 Raam Kumar | CVN Kalari, East Fort, Trivandrum, Kerala, India Gada or club is a wooden weapon used for training in the kalari. Read more: Kalaripayattu 19.129686 72.815331 Advertisements Share thisClick to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related #India#Kalaripayattu#Kerala#Thiruvananthapuram#Weapon Post navigation ← Expectant eyes One eyed → 77 thoughts on “Kalaripayattu demonstration with Gada (club)” That is a nice shot focusing the Gada… Reply ↓ Great shot… Loved the frame and focus… Reply ↓ Nice and intense! Reply ↓ both the Gada and gaze are amazing…. Reply ↓ wonder5ful shot! And voted… Reply ↓ Bien fait ce portrait sportif. Reply ↓ Well done for choosing to focus on the Gada ! Nice shot. Reply ↓ Great click. super Like. Reply ↓ Nice intense shot! http://rajniranjandas.blogspot.in Reply ↓ good to see the gada art still so alive! Reply ↓ excellent Reply ↓ Wonderful action shot , I like your DOF on this shot , Phil Reply ↓ Awesome! Reply ↓ Fantastic, Joshi! Reply ↓ Well done..! Reply ↓ GREAT SHOT! BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED! Reply ↓ Awesome Reply ↓ Great shot! Reply ↓ Love the way you always get the intense expression!! Reply ↓ Gorgeous! Big like!;) Reply ↓ Amazing shot! Reply ↓ I’ve seen some gada with very large mace heads. I have yet to hold one though. I imagine they are heavy, hence the skill required to actually use them successfully in actual combat. Otherwise it could be the equivalent to taking a 10lb long-arm sledgehammer into a fast-pace sabre duel. Reply ↓ Wow. Too good. Reply ↓ Nice Shot Reply ↓ The photo looks so alive and real .. Reply ↓ Beautifully captured… thanks Reply ↓ The best about the image is its innocence and skill display. Thanks Josh, for sharing the image. Thanks a lot. Reply ↓ One whack with that and it’d be all over, I’m sure. Well done, Joshi! Reply ↓ oh ilme fait penser à un personnage gallo-romain Reply ↓ Another wonderful shot! Reply ↓ only a person passionate about photography can see the extraordinary in the ordinary Reply ↓ Perfect. Reply ↓ U r true passionate…Stay blessed…and yes, amazing photograph…great piece of work…!!!! Reply ↓ perfect shot Reply ↓ Amazing click buddy :) Reply ↓ awesome buddy Reply ↓ Impressive!! Reply ↓ प्रभावी !!! शुभकामना आर्यावर्त Reply ↓ Nice pic. not comman and can feel the force of the gada in pic. Reply ↓ Cool shot..:-) Reply ↓ The ancient martial arts of India. Nice pic Reply ↓ Another nice one Joshi Reply ↓ He is very, very fit. I guess the training works. A nice photo for him to rememerb what work he did on his body if he decides to stop. Great photo, as always, you never disappoint. Thanks for posting. Reply ↓ Great shot!! Reply ↓ Love the DOF and selective focus on the gada. Reply ↓ Thats fantastic Reply ↓ I am seriously blown away by this Indian Martial art form, Kalaripayattu. I had always seen them fighting with sword, spear, shield, Trishule etc. Now i know they use Gada as well. Seeing the players swinging in air and attacking the opponents is a visual treat. very artistic picture Daniel. Reply ↓ Nice capture! : ) Reply ↓ Wonderful selective focus. Reply ↓ Great shot indeed…. You have captured the full expression…. Reply ↓ another great one ! Reply ↓ concentration is so intense, I am more scared of the person wielding the gada then gada itself! Reply ↓ Beauty, love the sharpness of the weapon. Reply ↓ Superb shot Joshi! Love the sharp gada and softer background! Reply ↓ Very nice lighting and composition! Reply ↓ Another lovely photo! Bravo! Reply ↓ Beautiful shot Joshi :) love the depth of field and the lighting. Did you light this or was it shot in available light, either way very nice work. Reply ↓ Nice…… Reply ↓ The short captures the intense focus of the martial artist Reply ↓ Great shot Joshi! Not sure why but feel its got a 3-D effect to it! Very cool though! :-) Reply ↓ So alive!! http://www.volatilespirits.com Reply ↓ Well executed. I like the focus on the wooden weapon without too much loss of detail on the trainee. Reply ↓ Brilliant shot. Reply ↓ Lovely composition with focus spot on. Reply ↓ Fear my hammer! Reply ↓ Beautiful composition! Love this attitude. Have a nice day. Reply ↓ Very nice, the depth of field you used is perfect…really makes the shot! Reply ↓ Excellent shot. Kalarippayattu is the mother of martial arts and we need to popularize this martial art form. Reply ↓ Love your blog ! See this too: http://limsy62.wordpress.com/2013/06/29/have-a-wonderful-day-with-nature/ Mind follow ?? =) Reply ↓ Very Cool Shot josh! Reply ↓ Excellent … as always. Reply ↓ that looks like it could do serious damage! :) Reply ↓ Beautiful! And great blog! Reply ↓ Love this art form Reply ↓ Lovely! Reply ↓ Wow some amazing pictures on this Blog look forward to seeing more. Reply ↓ great……amazing click Reply ↓ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Basic HTML allowed.