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Sunday, July 3, 2016

Different styles of Malaysian Silat

In this video we will meet with Pakcik Zainal ( Grandmaster of Penang Silat Tua Organization, Malaysia) teaches different styles of Malaysian Silat (fighting and weapon work).

From this video you'll know about;
-meaning of word Silat and its origins
-how many styles of Silat exist
-what is Malaysian Silat is and what difference between Indonesian and Malaysian Silat
-information about paying of respect from Silat Masters to MMA and much more

Basic silat techniques:
-basic punches
-basic strikes
-basic attacks
-basic principles

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Sundang (Sword) Used In Silat

Sundang sword is tradition weapon used by the Bugis and Sulu. ‘Sundang’ is the name for a traditional weapon which originates from Mindanao in the south, and the Sulu archipelago in the southwest of the Philippines. The estimated origin of the sundang can be traced back to the fifteenth century, when Mindanao and the Sulu islands were tributary states of the Javanese Majapahit Kingdom (1292–1500). In the early stage of development the sundang, it functioned primarily as a symbolic weapon, and was valued as a sacred pusaka heirloom item. Through the course of time, the sundang gained a much more practical function; it soon became a weapon used for combat, and served the purpose of a genuine pedang sword.

Movement Sundang in Silat

Tari Sundang

Langkah Sundang

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