And in some case of accidents, if the above varma points are disturbed, immediate treatment is advised essential, failing which would result in death. Varmakkalai is very effective for treatment purposes. Patients with uneasy breathing, back pain, sudden numbness, disc problem etc, can be treated. Varma curing is aimed at removal of blood-blockades.
. Varma Kalai (:வர்மக்கலை varmakkalai),is a Taditional art of vital points.
It originated in. It is a component of traditional massage, alternative medicine, traditional yoga and in which the body's pressure points ( Varmam) are manipulated to heal or cause harm.
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The healing application called Vaidhiya Murai is used ( siddha vaidyam) to treat patients suffering from ENT-related problems, paralysis, hemiplegia, nervous disorder, spondylitis, phlegm, stroke, arthritis and other conditions. Its combat application is known as Adimurai, Adi Murai or Varma Adimurai meaning 'pressure-point striking', and can be done either empty-handed or with a blunt weapon such as a stick or staff. Usually taught as an advanced stage of Fighting Systems, strikes are targeted at the nerves, veins, tendons, soft tissues or ligaments, organs and bone joints.
Contents. History Folklore traces varma kalai to the god who is said to have taught it to his son. While disguised as an old man, Murugan passed the knowledge of 108 Varmams to the sage who then recorded it and disseminated the skill among his students. Is also attributed to Agastya. Knowledge of the body's vital points in India was not just confined to humans but also elephants. Known as nila, learning these points on an elephant's body was and remains necessary for.
Prodding particular nila with a stick elicits various responses such as bringing the animal under control or making them kneel. Warriors would learn to attack certain nila on opposing war-elephants during battle, which could either kill or frighten the animals. The national museums of have documented at least 86 nila and their functions. Dr Felix Mann suggests that the reason why the African elephant hasn't been trained to the same extent as the is because the nila of the African animal are unknown. Schools Varma kalai is attributed to several (sages), namely, Theriyar and Pulipani. Out of these, only the Agastya school is commonly practiced in and in the neighboring state of.
As a general rule, the vital points in north India, Pakistan and Bangladesh are numbered at 107, while the schools of south India and Sri Lanka recognize 108 points. See also. References. 26 December 2012. ^ Guruji Murugan Chillayah (20 October 2012).
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