Mukti yuddha

Musti-yuddha is a martial art from Varanasi (Benares) in north India. Similar to Southeast Asian kickboxing styles it makes use of punches, kicks, knees and elbow strikes although punches tend to dominate. Practitioners claim this style to be a complete art for physical, mental and spiritual development. Boxers toughen their hands and feet by punching or kicking hard objects such as brick or stone and they break coconuts as a test of strength. Some internal energy training is also incorporated. Matches were once held regularly in Varanasi but were eventually banned because of the fights which often broke out among the boxers' supporters. Illegal bouts continued but became rare by the 1960s.
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