World Silambam Association

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World Silambam Association
(உலக சிலம்பம் சங்கம்)
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SportSilambam
JurisdictionWorldwide
AbbreviationWSA
Founded1999
AffiliationUnited Nations,[1] SDG,[2] UN-IGF,[3] UN-Global[4]
Affiliation date2018
Regional affiliationWorld
HeadquartersSingapore Singapore (will be transfer to Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) in Switzerland)
LocationMalaysia Malaysia
Singapore Singapore
India India
ChairmanGuruji Murugan Chillayah of Malaysia
Vice president(s)Thiagu Paramaisuaran
SecretaryShalani Rajainderan
Official website
silambam.org.in

The World Silambam Association (WSA) (Tamil: உலக சிலம்பம் சங்கம்) is the official international body of silambam for Worldwide and International Non-Government Organisation (INGO).[5] In October 1999, the primary name of Silambam initiated and formed in Singapore to become official name of arts and sports organisation by Guruji Murugan Chillayah. In 2014, organisation named Silambam legally registered and recognised as more formalised organisation after security clearance approved by Singapore Regulatory Board. It was followed with new formation of Silambam Asia in Singapore, is the Silambam organization recognised by the United Nations and has members of five countries in Asia continent, and to expand growing further throughout the world accordance with sustainable development goals of United Nations.[6] In 2018, to preserve and rejuvenate the traditional arts and cultural content within Silambam at worldwide by establishment of World Silambam Association with Ministry of Home Affairs (JPPM) in Malaysia.[7]

Mission and values[edit]

The mission of World Silambam Association (WSA) is to provide effective international governance by constantly improve technical rules and regulating Silambam competitions or participation in International events or sporting arena, to be recognised as Olympic sport and Paralympic sport.

World Silambam Association (WSA) also play active roles as organiser of international arts, sporting, cultural, education and delegate participants of dissemination organisation for Indian Traditional Arts. In this role it provides expertise in, for associated members in effort to provide Trainings, Research, Revive, Rejuvenate, Retention and Restore.

By establishing Silambam arts and sports games that group together similar sports, Silambam Asia aims to promote the members and the members' visibility worldwide.

Competition and events[edit]

Most common domestic / international Silambam competitions categories for practitioners.

Silambam (சிலம்பம்) Silambam Sala Varisai (சிலம்பம் - சலவரிசை)
Synchronized Pattern
ஒத்திசை விளையாட்டு
(Freestyle performance is based on Silambam techniques, with the addition of music and choreography.)
Individual (Tani Tiramai) (ஆண் மற்றும் பெண் - தனி திறமை)
Men and Women
Pair and Team (Kulu Potti) (ஜோடி மற்றும் குழு போட்டி)
Men and Women
Kai Silambam / Kuttu Varisai Sala Varisai (குத்து வரிசை / கை சிலம்பம் - சலவரிசை)
Synchronized Pattern
ஒத்திசை விளையாட்டு
(Freestyle performance is based on Silambam techniques, with the addition of music and choreography.)
Individual (Tani Tiramai) (ஆண் மற்றும் பெண் - தனி திறமை)
Men and Women
Pair and Team (Kulu Potti) (ஜோடி மற்றும் குழு போட்டி)
Men and Women
Silambam Staff Fencing (சிலம்பாட்டச் சண்டை -போட்டி)
Staff Fencing / Sparring (Silambam Sandai)
Individual (தனி நபர் - ஆண்கள் பிரிவு போட்டி)
Men
Individual (தனி நபர் - பெண்கள் பிரிவு போட்டி)
Women

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "United Nations Committee granted Special Status for Silambam Asia (Continent body of World Silambam Association)". un.org. United Nations Meetings Coverage & Press Releases. Retrieved 21 January 2019.
  2. ^ "Indian Traditional Arts - 5R (Research, Revive, Rejuvenate, Restore and Retention)". un.org. United Nations Partnership for Goals. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
  3. ^ "Global Multi-Stakeholder Group". un.org. United Nations Governance Policy Forum. Retrieved 12 November 2018.
  4. ^ "Global NGO Group". un.org. United Nations Global Compact Active NGO. Retrieved 12 November 2018.
  5. ^ Guruji Murugan, Chillayah (20 October 2012). "Official World Silambam Association". Silambam. Retrieved 31 May 2013.
  6. ^ "United Nations Committee granted Special Status for Silambam Asia (Continent body of World Silambam Association)". un.org. United Nations Meetings Coverage & Press Releases. Retrieved 21 January 2019.
  7. ^ "Indian Traditional Arts - 5R (Research, Revive, Rejuvenate, Restore and Retention)". un.org. United Nations Partnership for Goals. Retrieved 7 October 2018.

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