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  • How long have you been involved in studying Martial Arts?

    The answer will keep changing every year, because I haven’t stopped learning and teaching even today. Though I had passion for Martial Arts from childhood, I am involved in this art since last forty years. As a child I played with sticks and wooden swords and was obsessed having one as my bedtime partner. At the age of 8, I learned gymnastics & tumbling in New Modern Infant High School. At the age of 10, I got enrolled in Cubs & Scouts (8th East Bombay troop) where I attended camps, thus the passion for adventure, where survival training took birth. I was a sickly child suffering from convulsions and asthma up to seven years and was thus bullied by older and stronger students in school, when I decided to build myself. At the age of 11, my grand mother gave me an old book on Parsee Physical Culturist, authored by Mr. Tehmurasp Surkari who inspired me to improve my physique. My enthusiasm for developing my physique was a typical success story of a weakling Charles Nelson in old comic books, (who through dynamic tension developed his body and defeated the bully on the beach) motivated me to take up bodybuilding, At age of twelve, I joined the local Gym – “Famous Physical Cultural House” and improved my physique within a year & a half and I was taught basic Western Boxing in school which gave me confidence to face the bullies at school and thus become strong.

  • What made you study Martial Arts?

    In 1964, I came across two books that virtually changed my life, “Jujitsu Complete” by Kiyose Nakae and “Jujitsu Self Taught” by Hubert Klinger Klingerstorf, set me on the road to self-study of martial arts. In early sixties, Judo and Jujitsu art was very popular in Bombay, & in those days, Mr. Bhangera used to teach Judo & Jujitsu techniques at Bharda High School grounds, so on my way home from tuitions I used to stand & observe them as I could not enroll myself due to financial difficulties. On every Saturday and Sunday evenings, I used to go & watch South Indians practicing & wielding their lathies (long staff) and Urmi (flexible Indian sword) at Gowalia tank maidan and Parsee Gymkhanna at Charni road, an art called Kalaripayat. (Indian Martial Art). Soon, I started gathering few enthusiastic street friends from local neighborhood and began training, combining Indian wrestling with Jujitsu techniques, we trained in Street Kumite (Fighting) either at Victoria Gardens Byculla or at Chowpatty Marine lines Maidan with the help of a book I had obtained. I continued my weight training at the Gym and did cycling for stamina and endurance. By1970, I was already nicknamed as Mini Hercules but that did not stopped me from doing bodybuilding & Martial Art training for 2-3 hrs daily for five times a week.

  • When did you begin your systematic training in Martial Arts?

    CYRUS – In 1971, I joined Merchant Navy as a cadet and sailed for U.K. There I saw the first martial art movie “Big Boss” and made Bruce Lee my idol and source of inspiration for my art. It’s unfortunate that he died so young.

    While sailing to Calcutta, I met second officer Darayus Marker (Black Belt), in Kyokinshin Karate tutored under Mas Oyama who taught me basic Kata’s, self-defense and Nunchaku. In my spare time, I continued practicing on ship, punched bags and conditioned hands with Makiwara. My first weapon, Nanchaku was made by a fitter for me on board the ship. In 1973, millions wept on a sudden demise of Bruce Lee, which gave a great blow to the community of martial art worldwide. I signed off from ship to appear for my Second Mate Exams in Bombay and the first thing on my mind was to join martial art classes. I was lucky to get introduced to Sensei Lenny Godinho a 6th degree black belt n Ketsugo, (a combination of Karate, Judo, Aikido and Savate) by my friend Kersi Hathiram at Y.M.C.A. (Lamington Road branch). I was truly impressed by his magnetic personality and his method of teaching. I got myself enrolled immediately, as I would learn four different arts under one Master. After that, I devoted myself for nearly 25 years in learning, teaching and practicing Ketsugo at Y.M.C.A. INTERNATIONAL (Mumbai Central) & became his highest-ranking student viz-4th Degree Black Belt in Armed and Unarmed Combat in Ketsugo. I was their tutor, examiner & also became their Zonal secretary.

  • How long did it take you to get your first Black Belt?

    CYRUS – It took me seven years to achieve my first degree Shodan Black Belt in 1980, as the course was vast. We were nine of us who initially appeared for the preliminary examination and only three of us got through viz. Shivdas Menon, Melville Ferrao and myself. Our efforts and perseverance were paid as we had to trained ourselves for 8 to 9 hrs a day & achieved an overall 70 % inclusive of practical, oral and written examination which had lasted for 4 days continuously. We became Lenny’s first Black Belt students. Sensei Lenny was really hard to please where gradation was concerned. The remaining brown belts received their Black Belts after two years. The road to success was very long and we learned to face all obstacles of life on our way. In 1981 I got married and received my Sho-Dan First Degree Black Belt Certificate on the Wedding Day presented by Sensei Lenny Godinho.

  • Can you share with us any one memorable incident in your life where Martial Art has helped you in your day today life?

    CYRUS – Well in my long span of forty years a number of incidents have taken place, relating all of them would form a chapter by itself. However, I would like to share with you all, a couple of them. When I had just started my training in Ketsugo, acquiring only a green belt, I prevented my cousin from attempting a suicide as he was on the verge of jumping from the 5th floor of our building. I had put a sleeper hold on him until he had regained his senses. I was glad & proud as I had managed to save his life through my training. My parents were never in favour of this Art, but soon changed their opinion after this incident.

    Another incident was when I met with an accident on my motorcycle, at a high speed & skidded nearly 20 feet on the ground, my Judo techniques came to my rescue. I rolled several times as taught on the mat, by bike was completely smashed but I came out scratch free. Till date, I thank God that my training came to my rescue.

  • Since when have you been involved in teaching Martial Arts? Where did you impart your training?

    CYRUS – In 1974, I began teaching and assisting my Master when I was merely a blue belt. Teaching always helps one in improving and correcting one’s mistake. Sensei Lenny groomed me quite early and I assisted him wherever he went. Under his guidance, I started imparting training at Y.M.C.A. International Hotel, which had the largest training hall in Bombay for indoor facility accommodating nearly 200 students, and also at various centers such as Gujarat Seva Mandal, St. Mary’s High School, St. Agnes High School, Villa Teresa High School, Convent of Jesus & Mary School, Balkanji Bari Juhu, including S.N.D.T. Girls College at Churchgate as well as Juhu Campus and Sophia College. Initially, Sensei Lenny & myself were the pioneers for imparting training to various schools at a time. We also imparted Ketsugo training to Bombay Municipal Corporation Forces at Byculla Victoria gardens and Bombay Railway protection forces at Mulund. We often offered Security and Protection to various Charitable Institutions and Organizations.

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  • Besides Ketsugo you seem to have colourful ranking in several other Martial Arts? How did you achieve those?

    CYRUS – Most people stop pursuing their interests as soon as they achieve their Shodan Black Belt, but since I had the opportunity to study and experience a combination system of Martial Arts from the beginning, I had developed an open and receptive mind to experience other Martial Art Styles too.  Being in profession of Merchant Navy, I came in contact and got trained by different high ranked Masters from different styles across the world.

    In 1983, my ship touched Akyab, a small port of Burma where I met Master OO Taun Shwe Maung, a 3rd. Degree Black Belt in Shotokan Karate, who trained me in Aiki Kenjutsu viz with the wooden Bokken sword and live blade-Katana Kenjutsu. I gave my first demonstration (outdoor) and was awarded a pair of Sai. In Rangoon, the capital of Burma (Myanmar) I got trained in Aiki Kendo, Aikido & Kenjutsu (advanced) under Master U Thaung Din a 6th Degree Black Belt in Shotokan Karate and 3rd Degree Aikido and Daito Ryu Aikijutsu & was awarded a double dagger Tanto Knife. For my skill & wide knowledge in various martial art weapons, I got promoted as 2nd Degree Black Belt in Combative Arts.

    The same year, I sailed for Manila (Capital city of Philippine) where I got trained in Modern Arnis and was promoted to Lakan Isa First Degree Black Belt, under Grand Master Ernesto Presas and Roberto Presas, brothers of the famous late Grand Master Remy Presas who was founder of modern Arnis in U.S.A. Thus, I became the first Indian to study and graded to First Degree Black Belt (Lakan Isa ) in Modern Arnis and was awarded a pair of Arnis Sticks and Balisong knife.

    In 1984, I met Master K.S. Moorthy the highest-ranked Judoka outside Japan, 9th Dan (Indian origin settled in Singapore) and President of Singapore Judo Federation. I got further trained under him & was awarded a commerative trophy in Judo. In 1985, I traveled to China (Shanghai) where I got trained in Chinese martial art, “Tai chi”. Once again I traveled to Calcutta, where I got trained under Shihan Dadi Bulsara, a 5th Degree Black Belt in Ashihara Full Contact Karate and he promoted me to Shodan level in Ashihara Karate. Sensei Godinho before settling in U.S.A. permanently awarded me a pair of Sai for honesty, loyalty & faithfulness to Ketsugo organization & Y.M.C.A. International presented me with my life’s first time trophy award for achieving Sho Dan in 1980.

  • We now hear that you have been involved in teaching Ninjutsu? Does that mean you have given up Ketsugo, your original art?

    CYRUS – Many people after studying Karate from a reputed Master, and after achieving Black Belt venture into another art of their liking of which they become pioneers for bringing the art in India. On becoming pioneers in the new art they forget to acknowledge their original master under whom they studied and grown at these present stage. There are some who dance from one master to the other but never really learn any single art or system. To me Ketsugo has always been my roots, foundation and pillars to my success in Martial Arts. Since I’d started my career studying a Combination System I was interested in experiencing, gaining knowledge and incorporate techniques in other different Martial Arts viz. Judo, Jujitsu, Aikido, and Savate too. In 1980’s, studying & combining two arts, was considered useless by the then traditional Karate Masters in Mumbai, but now in modern times they in fact incorporate techniques from other arts to nullify the disadvantage in their system.

    After studying Ketsugo, the cream of four different arts, which I had practiced for 20 years, my thirst for seeking further knowledge increased, when Sensei Lenny migrated abroad. Many gave up their old styles to promote their new art, but I was looking for a composite art that covered every aspect of Martial art discipline – from mental, physical, technical and spiritual levels, hence the thirst led me to discover a different Art named “Ninjutsu”. Having a sound knowledge in Ketsugo, I learnt the art- Ninjutsu much faster. Today I propagate the art of Ninjutsu, Pioneer in India.

  • How did you discover, learned and trained in this new Art “Ninjutsu”?

    CYRUS – Just learning & practicing Ketsugo was not enough for me, so I diverted myself to reading books, magazines like Black Belt, Karate Illustrate and Kung-fu Magazines to enhance my knowledge & the whereabouts of different Arts across the world. In 1974, I came across a book – “NINJA THE INVISIBLE ASSASSINS” by Andrew Adams, which really fascinated me. It struck me then that the art that I was keener in learning & training was none other than Ninjutsu. So, I started collecting every book / material whenever & wherever I could lay my hands on, and succeeded in doing so. Kung Fu became popular after the sad demise of Bruce Lee in 1973. Though the art of Ninjutsu was practiced in America in 1970’s but became famous in 1980’s. Soon the demand for books, magazines, equipments, weapons, toys, and clothes etc on Ninjutsu was unbelievable. Even Ninjutsu movies like “You Only Live Twice”, “Octagon”, “Enter The Ninja”, and “Revenge of the Ninja” and “ American Ninja” etc. became very popular.

    In 1988, after seeking out addresses of various Ninja Master’s in America, I set ashore to fulfill my dreams and wishes that I had harnessed and cherished for years. Till than, I continued training alone besides my Ketsugo, with the set methods, techniques of Ninjutsu from whatever material I had gathered.

  • Can you tell us more about your training with various Ninja Masters in U.S.A?

    CYRUS – The best way to seek training in Ninjutsu is to look out for a competent Master who could teach this art. Be cautious, do not get cheated by phony Ninja Masters donning a black uniform and doing Karate like movements, which is not Ninjutsu. Without a true Master to guide & initiate a student in the art, he/she can get lost in the vast ocean of turbulent knowledge. Till one meets the Master of his/her destiny, he/she can accomplish Ninjutsu training by following a few guidelines as stated below. One must learn to become strong by way of daily training, practicing diligently and gathering maximum knowledge through books, magazines, articles and videos. One must overcome fear & become daring. He must also learn to be silent as strength is conceived through meditation and physical disciplines. Knowledge is gained through skillful intelligence gathering. In short, one must learn to be calm, cool, daring and silent. These are the true traits of learning the art of Ninjutsu. The training is based on few rules & regulations. 1) One must have a strong motivation. 2) One must be totally committed and dedicated to achieve his/her goals and desires overcoming all the difficulties and obstacles if they come in their way. 3) One must develop a keen and alert mind to become sharp in order to overpower their opponents or adversaries. 4) Lastly, one must train his/her body to be strong and flexible to perform various movements.

  • What is your philosophy on Martial Art?

    CYRUS – In 1988, I started my journey as a Musha –Shugyo Warrior, meaning a martial artist traveling around the world in search of Martial Art training & further enhancing my knowledge. I attended the Third World Ninja Summit conducted by Dr. Tetsuya Higuchi, a 7th Dan Kodokan Judo, 6th Dan Kendo, 5th Dan Togakure Ninjutsu, 3rd Dan Iaido, and also a former head Instructor of Tokyo Police. The Summit was a great success; attended by several Ninjutsu Master’s from all over the World, (U.S.A., Canada, Porto Rico, Argentina, Venezuela, Israel) whereas I was the sole representative from India. The experience was really amazing, sharing each other experiences, ideas, knowledge, ideologies & wonderful demonstrations of each other skills in various aspects of Ninjutsu. After the summit, I extended my stay to get trained further in this art, at their Bujinkan Dojo. There the complete schedule provided a constant physical & spiritual training in the art of “Togakure Ninjutsu”. We shared great experiences, exchanged ideas, gained knowledge & ideologies from several master’s, who gave small demonstration of their skills in martial art. I myself gave a demonstration in the use of Samurai Sword and performed Kenjutsu Kata demonstration along with Arnis double sticks that I had studied.

    From there, I went to meet the mystical Master of Ninjutsu – Shidoshi Stephan Hayes of Shadows of Iga Society and attended his Warrior Quest Seminar as well as “Sui No Kata” – Water Mode Seminar. Sensei Stephan Hayes was the pioneer in spreading this art in U.S.A. and was a personal student of Soke Massaki Hatsumi, the 34th Grand Master of Togakure Ninjutsu.

    He provided me with a constant physical & spiritual training in this art. Here I also had the opportunity to train under Sensei Bud Malstrom and Sensei Jack Hoban at Sensei Stephan Hayes’s Ninjutsu Seminar.                                                                                                                          I got myself further trained under Shihan Richard Wigginton of Koga Ryu Ninjutsu from “The Defense Science Institute” – Philadelphia, where I underwent several courses in Basic Self Defense (Knife and Gun techniques) and Ninjutsu combat. He made me the sole representative of his System in India and trained me personally at his Dojo.

    Still with the same quench of thirst, I traveled to Miami and met Master Rex Lee a 7th Dan Black Belt, of Nesei Goju Ryu Karate, Ninjutsu and Jujitsu System. There I gave an illustrious demonstration of the art and was awarded a Samurai Katana (Japanese Sword) and also promoted to 3rd Dan in Ninjutsu and Jujitsu and 1st Dan in Kobudo and Kenjutsu. I proceeded further to San Diego to meet Sensei Leonard Godinho of Ketsugo my first instructor & got further trained in “Yawara and Kongo Jutsu” & “Riot Baton techniques” under him. He promoted me to 3rd Dan Black Belt in Armed and Unarmed Ketsugo system.

    I traveled further to New York & got trained in Ninpo Jutsu under Ninjutsu scholar Sensei James Loriega a 5th Degree Black Belt, Founder and President of Koga Ryu Ninpokai. Sensei Loriega had trained under father of American Koga Ryu Ninjutsu Professor Ron Duncan. He awarded me with Sho Dan Black Belt in Koga Ryu NinpoKai. Here I gave demonstration in the use of Yawara “Kongo” the 6” deadly stick for bone breaking and ancient Indian weapon Vajra.  At the same dojo, I also attended a seminar conducted by Sensei John Denora of Daito Ryu Aikijutsu where I got trained in Daito Ryu Aikijutsu.

    Thus, my journey was completed as Musha-Shuygo warrior, & I returned to my homeland with specialized knowledge, unlimited training from various Ninjutsu instructors across the world.

  • How does one get a proper training in Nijutsu?

    CYRUS – In 1988, I started my journey as a Musha –Shugyo Warrior, meaning a martial artist traveling around the world in search of Martial Art training & further enhancing my knowledge. I attended the Third World Ninja Summit conducted by Dr. Tetsuya Higuchi, a 7th Dan Kodokan Judo, 6th Dan Kendo, 5th Dan Togakure Ninjutsu, 3rd Dan Iaido, and also a former head Instructor of Tokyo Police. The Summit was a great success; attended by several Ninjutsu Master’s from all over the World, (U.S.A., Canada, Porto Rico, Argentina, Venezuela, Israel) whereas I was the sole representative from India. The experience was really amazing, sharing each other experiences, ideas, knowledge, ideologies & wonderful demonstrations of each other skills in various aspects of Ninjutsu. After the summit, I extended my stay to get trained further in this art, at their Bujinkan Dojo. There the complete schedule provided a constant physical & spiritual training in the art of “Togakure Ninjutsu”. We shared great experiences, exchanged ideas, gained knowledge & ideologies from several master’s, who gave small demonstration of their skills in martial art. I myself gave a demonstration in the use of Samurai Sword and performed Kenjutsu Kata demonstration along with Arnis double sticks that I had studied.

    From there, I went to meet the mystical Master of Ninjutsu – Shidoshi Stephan Hayes of Shadows of Iga Society and attended his Warrior Quest Seminar as well as “Sui No Kata” – Water Mode Seminar. Sensei Stephan Hayes was the pioneer in spreading this art in U.S.A. and was a personal student of Soke Massaki Hatsumi, the 34th Grand Master of Togakure Ninjutsu.

    He provided me with a constant physical & spiritual training in this art. Here I also had the opportunity to train under Sensei Bud Malstrom and Sensei Jack Hoban at Sensei Stephan Hayes’s Ninjutsu Seminar.                                                                                                                          I got myself further trained under Shihan Richard Wigginton of Koga Ryu Ninjutsu from “The Defense Science Institute” – Philadelphia, where I underwent several courses in Basic Self Defense (Knife and Gun techniques) and Ninjutsu combat. He made me the sole representative of his System in India and trained me personally at his Dojo.

    Still with the same quench of thirst, I traveled to Miami and met Master Rex Lee a 7th Dan Black Belt, of Nesei Goju Ryu Karate, Ninjutsu and Jujitsu System. There I gave an illustrious demonstration of the art and was awarded a Samurai Katana (Japanese Sword) and also promoted to 3rd Dan in Ninjutsu and Jujitsu and 1st Dan in Kobudo and Kenjutsu. I proceeded further to San Diego to meet Sensei Leonard Godinho of Ketsugo my first instructor & got further trained in “Yawara and Kongo Jutsu” & “Riot Baton techniques” under him. He promoted me to 3rd Dan Black Belt in Armed and Unarmed Ketsugo system.

    I traveled further to New York & got trained in Ninpo Jutsu under Ninjutsu scholar Sensei James Loriega a 5th Degree Black Belt, Founder and President of Koga Ryu Ninpokai. Sensei Loriega had trained under father of American Koga Ryu Ninjutsu Professor Ron Duncan. He awarded me with Sho Dan Black Belt in Koga Ryu NinpoKai. Here I gave demonstration in the use of Yawara “Kongo” the 6” deadly stick for bone breaking and ancient Indian weapon Vajra.  At the same dojo, I also attended a seminar conducted by Sensei John Denora of Daito Ryu Aikijutsu where I got trained in Daito Ryu Aikijutsu.

    Thus, my journey was completed as Musha-Shuygo warrior, & I returned to my homeland with specialized knowledge, unlimited training from various Ninjutsu instructors across the world.

  • How do you compare your art of Ninjutsu to other Arts?

    CYRUS – CSMA stands for “The Combative School of Martial Arts” of which I am the Founder and Director, practicing Martial Art for modern times. My main hub and nucleus of teaching revolves around the art of Genbukan Ninjutsu, Kokusai Jujitsu and Ketsugo Ryu Jujitsu. I prefer teaching to those who desire to learn as an art with full dedication. I also teach by way of short effective courses to individuals in self-defense system wherein one learns to defend himself/herself to different assaults, either at home, in streets or in office environment. It is specially designed for those who cannot study Ninjutsu as an art but yet need to learn adequate self- defense system to protect them. I also impart training (short courses) to women, senior citizens, executives & businessmen by way of armed and unarmed combat. I’ve also framed specialized courses for bodyguards in security and protection, courses in Armed combat such short stick, Long stick, Arnis (Single & Double stick Combat), Knife Self-defense & Combat, Yawara & Kongo Jutsu etc. and many more. My main aim is to teach in minimum time, maximum output, maximum speed, and maximum efficiency. The techniques are easy to learn, study having simple maneuvers that could be used in any emergency. No special skills are required to learn, train and memorize the techniques, just everyday practice to execute the movements and reinforce the mental and physical ability. Any one can learn this Art irrespective of age, sex, caste or religion, thus giving a new depth, a new look, in the 21st century, which is continuously developing, flowing, changing & unlimited.

    Lastly, I sincerely wish to thank CMA for taking out time & effort for this interview and also for publishing a colorful and very informative Martial arts Magazine, thus promoting various Martial arts & their awareness.

  • What does CSMA stand for, what does it teach?

    CYRUS – In 1988, I started my journey as a Musha –Shugyo Warrior, meaning a martial artist traveling around the world in search of Martial Art training & further enhancing my knowledge. I attended the Third World Ninja Summit conducted by Dr. Tetsuya Higuchi, a 7th Dan Kodokan Judo, 6th Dan Kendo, 5th Dan Togakure Ninjutsu, 3rd Dan Iaido, and also a former head Instructor of Tokyo Police. The Summit was a great success; attended by several Ninjutsu Master’s from all over the World, (U.S.A., Canada, Porto Rico, Argentina, Venezuela, Israel) whereas I was the sole representative from India. The experience was really amazing, sharing each other experiences, ideas, knowledge, ideologies & wonderful demonstrations of each other skills in various aspects of Ninjutsu. After the summit, I extended my stay to get trained further in this art, at their Bujinkan Dojo. There the complete schedule provided a constant physical & spiritual training in the art of “Togakure Ninjutsu”. We shared great experiences, exchanged ideas, gained knowledge & ideologies from several master’s, who gave small demonstration of their skills in martial art. I myself gave a demonstration in the use of Samurai Sword and performed Kenjutsu Kata demonstration along with Arnis double sticks that I had studied.

    From there, I went to meet the mystical Master of Ninjutsu – Shidoshi Stephan Hayes of Shadows of Iga Society and attended his Warrior Quest Seminar as well as “Sui No Kata” – Water Mode Seminar. Sensei Stephan Hayes was the pioneer in spreading this art in U.S.A. and was a personal student of Soke Massaki Hatsumi, the 34th Grand Master of Togakure Ninjutsu.

    He provided me with a constant physical & spiritual training in this art. Here I also had the opportunity to train under Sensei Bud Malstrom and Sensei Jack Hoban at Sensei Stephan Hayes’s Ninjutsu Seminar.                                                                                                                          I got myself further trained under Shihan Richard Wigginton of Koga Ryu Ninjutsu from “The Defense Science Institute” – Philadelphia, where I underwent several courses in Basic Self Defense (Knife and Gun techniques) and Ninjutsu combat. He made me the sole representative of his System in India and trained me personally at his Dojo.

    Still with the same quench of thirst, I traveled to Miami and met Master Rex Lee a 7th Dan Black Belt, of Nesei Goju Ryu Karate, Ninjutsu and Jujitsu System. There I gave an illustrious demonstration of the art and was awarded a Samurai Katana (Japanese Sword) and also promoted to 3rd Dan in Ninjutsu and Jujitsu and 1st Dan in Kobudo and Kenjutsu. I proceeded further to San Diego to meet Sensei Leonard Godinho of Ketsugo my first instructor & got further trained in “Yawara and Kongo Jutsu” & “Riot Baton techniques” under him. He promoted me to 3rd Dan Black Belt in Armed and Unarmed Ketsugo system.

    I traveled further to New York & got trained in Ninpo Jutsu under Ninjutsu scholar Sensei James Loriega a 5th Degree Black Belt, Founder and President of Koga Ryu Ninpokai. Sensei Loriega had trained under father of American Koga Ryu Ninjutsu Professor Ron Duncan. He awarded me with Sho Dan Black Belt in Koga Ryu NinpoKai. Here I gave demonstration in the use of Yawara “Kongo” the 6” deadly stick for bone breaking and ancient Indian weapon Vajra.  At the same dojo, I also attended a seminar conducted by Sensei John Denora of Daito Ryu Aikijutsu where I got trained in Daito Ryu Aikijutsu.

    Thus, my journey was completed as Musha-Shuygo warrior, & I returned to my homeland with specialized knowledge, unlimited training from various Ninjutsu instructors across the world.

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