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  • Brazil (originally by Declan McKenna) performed by @deyiir and @roibatjackson at our vol. 1 open mic.
  • Brazil (originally by Declan McKenna) performed by @deyiir and @roibatjackson at our vol. 1 open mic.
  • 20 1 21 hours ago
  • Saga presents TOUCH ME NOT!
A ‘one of its kind’ event that has never happened before!
An awareness programme that is much needed in today’s society!
Details shall follow soon!
Look out for this space!
  • Saga presents TOUCH ME NOT!
    A ‘one of its kind’ event that has never happened before!
    An awareness programme that is much needed in today’s society!
    Details shall follow soon!
    Look out for this space!
  • 14 1 16 October, 2019
  • Throwback to a magical day
Picture by @lordmaddy_._
  • Throwback to a magical day
    Picture by @lordmaddy_._
  • 32 1 12 October, 2019
  • Open mic !
@namrata.bose inspiring people to face new challenges by sharing her writings with us all for the first time.
From vol. 1, picture by @lordmaddy_._
  • Open mic !
    @namrata.bose inspiring people to face new challenges by sharing her writings with us all for the first time.
    From vol. 1, picture by @lordmaddy_._
  • 42 1 12 October, 2019
  • Open mic !
Not just art and music but poetry too.
Featuring, @rajat_arora3 from vol. 1
Picture courtesy @lordmaddy_._
  • Open mic !
    Not just art and music but poetry too.
    Featuring, @rajat_arora3 from vol. 1
    Picture courtesy @lordmaddy_._
  • 56 1 12 October, 2019
  • According to the legends, the 3000-year-old art form of Kalaripayattu can be traced back to Sage Parasurama- the master of all martial art forms . 
Kalaripayattu originated in ancient South India. Like every other martial art, it is the mind-body connection Kalaripayattu focuses on. It is said that Kung- fu- one of the most famous martial art today, popularized by the monks of the Shaolin Temple, traces its ancestry to Bodhi Dharma - an Indian Buddhist monk and Kalaripayattu master, who renunciated his royal life and travelled to China. Hence, Kalaripayattu is considered to be the Mother of all Martial Arts! 
The Cholas, Cheras and the Pandyas are known to have based their defence code on Kalaripayattu. Initially, there lingered a certain mystery around the practice of Kalaripayattu, for it was deemed to be "for the few", as it had great secrets hidden in it. Maybe for the same reason, the art was lost. Yet from the ashes, Kalaripayattu has risen again - an ancient art form - that helps in the flourishing of expressions in dance forms - both traditional and contemporary, in theatre and in maintaining or pushing your fitness game! 
Come and be a part of this CUSP experience, to understand what this form of art has in store for your body and mind. Go back stronger, swifter and with heightened mental clarity!
-content inspired by Kalaripayattu.org

#kolkataevents#martialarts#fitness#mentalhealth#mindbodyconnections #mindbodysoul#cusp#cuspmoves
  • According to the legends, the 3000-year-old art form of Kalaripayattu can be traced back to Sage Parasurama- the master of all martial art forms .
    Kalaripayattu originated in ancient South India. Like every other martial art, it is the mind-body connection Kalaripayattu focuses on. It is said that Kung- fu- one of the most famous martial art today, popularized by the monks of the Shaolin Temple, traces its ancestry to Bodhi Dharma - an Indian Buddhist monk and Kalaripayattu master, who renunciated his royal life and travelled to China. Hence, Kalaripayattu is considered to be the Mother of all Martial Arts!
    The Cholas, Cheras and the Pandyas are known to have based their defence code on Kalaripayattu. Initially, there lingered a certain mystery around the practice of Kalaripayattu, for it was deemed to be "for the few", as it had great secrets hidden in it. Maybe for the same reason, the art was lost. Yet from the ashes, Kalaripayattu has risen again - an ancient art form - that helps in the flourishing of expressions in dance forms - both traditional and contemporary, in theatre and in maintaining or pushing your fitness game!
    Come and be a part of this CUSP experience, to understand what this form of art has in store for your body and mind. Go back stronger, swifter and with heightened mental clarity!
    -content inspired by Kalaripayattu.org

    #kolkataevents #martialarts #fitness #mentalhealth #mindbodyconnections #mindbodysoul #cusp #cuspmoves
  • 9 0 11 October, 2019
  • According to the legends, the 3000-year-old art form of Kalaripayattu can be traced back to Sage Parasurama- the master of all martial art forms . 
Kalaripayattu originated in ancient South India. Like every other martial art, it is the mind-body connection Kalaripayattu focuses on. It is said that Kung- fu- one of the most famous martial art today, popularized by the monks of the Shaolin Temple, traces its ancestry to Bodhi Dharma - an Indian Buddhist monk and Kalaripayattu master, who renunciated his royal life and travelled to China. Hence, Kalaripayattu is considered to be the Mother of all Martial Arts! 
The Cholas, Cheras and the Pandyas are known to have based their defence code on Kalaripayattu. Initially, there lingered a certain mystery around the practice of Kalaripayattu, for it was deemed to be "for the few", as it had great secrets hidden in it. Maybe for the same reason, the art was lost. Yet from the ashes, Kalaripayattu has risen again - an ancient art form - that helps in the flourishing of expressions in dance forms - both traditional and contemporary, in theatre and in maintaining or pushing your fitness game! 
Come and be a part of this CUSP experience, to understand what this form of art has in store for your body and mind. Go back stronger, swifter and with heightened mental clarity!
-content inspired by Kalaripayattu.org

#kolkataevents#kalarippayattu#fitnessmotivation#fitness#mindbodysoul#mindbodyconnection #cusp#cuspmoves
  • According to the legends, the 3000-year-old art form of Kalaripayattu can be traced back to Sage Parasurama- the master of all martial art forms .
    Kalaripayattu originated in ancient South India. Like every other martial art, it is the mind-body connection Kalaripayattu focuses on. It is said that Kung- fu- one of the most famous martial art today, popularized by the monks of the Shaolin Temple, traces its ancestry to Bodhi Dharma - an Indian Buddhist monk and Kalaripayattu master, who renunciated his royal life and travelled to China. Hence, Kalaripayattu is considered to be the Mother of all Martial Arts!
    The Cholas, Cheras and the Pandyas are known to have based their defence code on Kalaripayattu. Initially, there lingered a certain mystery around the practice of Kalaripayattu, for it was deemed to be "for the few", as it had great secrets hidden in it. Maybe for the same reason, the art was lost. Yet from the ashes, Kalaripayattu has risen again - an ancient art form - that helps in the flourishing of expressions in dance forms - both traditional and contemporary, in theatre and in maintaining or pushing your fitness game!
    Come and be a part of this CUSP experience, to understand what this form of art has in store for your body and mind. Go back stronger, swifter and with heightened mental clarity!
    -content inspired by Kalaripayattu.org

    #kolkataevents #kalarippayattu #fitnessmotivation #fitness #mindbodysoul #mindbodyconnection #cusp #cuspmoves
  • 28 3 11 October, 2019