All India Youth Karate Championship is the official event of the All India Youth Karate Federation, Member of IKU International Karate Union.
The All India Youth Karate Federation is a national organisation registered with the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi under the Government of India's Trust Act. The All India Youth Karate Federation is the governing body for Karate in India; it was established on July 23, 2013, under the guidance of Master B.K. Bharat and various youth karate instructors.
The IKU is a non-political, non-profit organisation, truly democratic and transparent on the service of the national federation’s members and specially based on true values: education, respect and great friendship. We will demonstrate with our deeds that this is possible, by setting a new direction for karate.
All India Samurai Championship 2023 will be organised by All India Samurai Federation, Which is affiliated to World Samurai Federation.
Samurai (侍) were the hereditary military nobility[and officer caste of medieval and early-modern Japan from the late 12th century until their abolition in 1876. They were the well-paid retainers of the daimyo (the great feudal landholders). They had high prestige and special privileges such as wearing two swords and Kiri-sutegomen (right to kill anyone of a lower class in certain situation). They cultivated the bushido codes of martial virtues, indifference to pain, and unflinching loyalty, engaging in many local battles.
Though they had predecessors in earlier military and administrative officers, the samurai truly emerged during the Kamakura shogunate, ruling from c.1185 to 1333. They became the ruling political class, with significant power but also significant responsibility. During the 13th century, the samurai proved themselves as adept warriors against the invading Mongols. During the peaceful Edo era (1603 to 1868), they became the stewards and chamberlains of the daimyo estates, gaining managerial experience and education. In the 1870s, samurai families comprised 5% of the population. As modern militaries emerged in the 19th century, the samurai were rendered increasingly obsolete and very expensive to maintain compared to the average conscript soldier. The Meiji Restoration ended their feudal roles, and they moved into professional and entrepreneurial roles. Their memory and weaponry remain prominent in Japanese popular culture.
National Mallyuddha Championship 2023 will be organised by Federation of Mallyuddha India, Which is affiliated to IFM International Federation of Mallyuddha.
IFM International Federation of Mallyuddha (India) is a non-profit and non-government organisation, who constituted in 2019.
International Federation of Mallyuddha (IFM) has been approved as a Full Member of World Martial Arts Union (WoMAU) 21st General Assembly in 2022.
International Federation of Mallyuddha has been approved as International Member by General Association of World Sports Federations (GAWSF), International Association of Combative Sports, USA & International Sports Network Organization, Switzerland.