Contact Us

If you want more information about Kalari Performance or Kalari Classes, please contact RANJAN MULLARATT.


Kalari Academy of Performing Arts.

#25, V N Plaza, Bazaar Streest

Brigade Cross Road,

Bangalore - 560025. India.

Mobile 91-99451 55995

Ph 91-80-41984798

Email: ranjanmullaratt@yahoo.com

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Kalaripayattu Training

Kalari Gurukulam offers regular courses for students between 7 to 60 years of age. The courses are at beginners’, advanced, and expert levels. The training schedules are flexible to meet the busy city lifestyle.

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Workshops

Kalari Gurukulam conducts workshops from time to time and interested individuals can make use of these opportunities to learn the basics of Kalaripayattu

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Performance

Performance events for Kalaripayattu are regularly held by the Kalari Gurukulam to build awareness amongst the general public as well as the aspiring youth, to encourage the young and inculcate Kalaripayattu into their lifestyle and thus gain the power of concentration and combat stress from the day-to-day activities in a healthy way.

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Residential Program

People interested in learning at Kalari Gurukulam for a prolonged time period can stay at the Gurukulam as resident students. For those interested in learning Kalaripayattu as a resident, residential facilities are available at the Gurukulam. Details can be obtained by contacting the Gurukulam..

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Summer Camps

Every year Kalari Gurukulam conducts summer camps for kids between 7-14 years of age. These summer camps range from two to three weeks during the summer holidays to encourage the budding enthusiasts to learn the ropes of Kalaripayattu as well as to explore the various aspects of the martial art form. The intense training programme is designed to inculcate Sadhana (Practice), Anubhava (Experience), and Pradashan (Performance) in Kalaripayattu.

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Publications

Kalari Gurukulam publishes books and recorded material for the interested Kalari enthusiasts. It also encourages research in the area of Indian martial art forms.