“Anga” in the native tongue is body and “Pora” signified combat ( Singhala is the native language of the Sinhalese who are the majority in the country ). Body combat also unarmed combat, was called Angampora as only the human body parts were used to fight.
Main parts in Angampora are
Gataputtu is the techniques that Angam fighter using to weak, kill or disarm the enemy. To placing gataputtu on enemy Angam fighter use his body parts like hands, legs, head..ect..ect. Angam discpile must learn how to place gataputtu on opponent and also he must learn how to redeem from gataputtu if some one place gataputtu on him. Without using proper redeem techniques its impossible to redeem from gataputtu. Gataputtu is a major part of Angampora and it has very big pool of techniques.
Some of famous gataputtu techniques by name
Pora harammba is the offensive and defensive techniques using in Angampora. This is the main part of Angampora. If Angam fighter offense he will do the maximum damage for his opponent there are main 18 offensive strikes and seven defensive blocks are teaching in Angampora after master in this main 18 offensive strikes and 7 defensive blocks disciple will learn more advance techniques other than this.
Some of main offensive techniques by name
Maru Kala (Art of Death)
Most advance and complex area of Angampora is maru kala. Only few blessed and trustworthy disciples are get qualified for learn this part of Angampora, Because this contains very powerful secrets nerve points attacks and healing. Disciple must sworn by sake of Loard Bhudda, God Ravana and his parents to not harm anybody using this art and not to teach anybody has low qualities. History claims Emerror Ravana’s grandfather is the pioneer of Maru Kala and Emperor Ravana also add more advance techniques to this using his medical knowledge (Dehadamma)
Using Maru Kala Angam fighter can
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