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Aims
 

Aims of Niyuddha

Niyuddha is an origin martial art from ancient INDIA. Following aims we follow with World Niyuddha Foundation:-

1.      Found Niyuddha as the best sport of martial art in all over the world.

2.      Build up the mantel and physical power in human body.

3.      Introduce the Niyuddha Dharma for any human specially Yoddha 
(Player of Niyuddha).

4.      Brought the way of truth and internal power (Para Shakti).

5.      Affiliate all nations and countries with Niyuddha Dharma and sport's
pattern.

6.      Going up to the every person for introduce and establish Niyuddha Dharma and sport's pattern.

7.      Arrange Niyuddha's training camps, Niyuddha's master's training camps in all over world like Nations, Countries up to their states and Districts

8.      Camps for referees, jury and judges for International, National, State and District level tournaments of Niyuddha.

9.      Arrange Niyuddha's color belt exams. Black Belt exams include with exam of acharya of Niyuddha. Also arrange examination for all the part of Niyuddha sport pattern and Niyuddha Dharma.

10.  Awarded Niyuddha's all typesí title and their certificates.

11.  Issue license for Niyuddha coaching and classes for any part of the world. 

                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                  

 

 

 











 

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