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Gatka session – Punjabi Martial Art form

Night walk – the less explored banaras
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Gatka session – Punjabi Martial Art form

Varanasi
Everyday

Gatka is the Sikh Martial Art form using wooden sticks, Chakri, and other indigenous equipment to simulate sword and weapon fighting. With a history tracing back to Guru Gobind Singh, Gatka was introduced to instill a high state of awareness among the people in all tasks – extending beyond warfare. Even today, several Sikh kids in rural Punjab grow up learning this most skillful art.

The purpose of the session is to introduce the participants to Gatka using a hands-on approach. It’s completely safe for people of all age groups, and immensely fun! Leading the workshop would be a skilled Gatka practitioner, also well-versed with the historical origins of the art and its cultural significance.

Walk Highlights

Introduction to the historical, cultural context of Gatka

Live demonstrations of the various equipments

Try your hand at wooden sticks and Chakri

Sport the traditional Dumalas while practising

Included

Skilled Gatka practioner’s fee, The prices are exclusive of 5% GST

Tea and Snacks

Amritsar’s heritage

Storyteller well versed

Price Breakp

Group Price -> INR 2000 Per Person

Private Price -> Additional INR 0 (for the whole group) + Group Price

+5% GST

Itinerary

Starting pointFort Gobindgarh crossing

Ending pointFort Gobindgarh crossing

2000 INR

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Available Groups

MON
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
TUE
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
WED
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
THU
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
FRI
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
SAT
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
SUN
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
MON
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
TUE
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
WED
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
THU
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
FRI
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
SAT
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
SUN
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left

Gatka is the Sikh Martial Art form using wooden sticks, Chakri, and other indigenous equipment to simulate sword and weapon fighting. With a history tracing back to Guru Gobind Singh, Gatka was introduced to instill a high state of awareness among the people in all tasks – extending beyond warfare. Even today, several Sikh kids in rural Punjab grow up learning this most skillful art.

The purpose of the session is to introduce the participants to Gatka using a hands-on approach. It’s completely safe for people of all age groups, and immensely fun! Leading the workshop would be a skilled Gatka practitioner, also well-versed with the historical origins of the art and its cultural significance.

2000 INR

Start Date and Time


No of Travellers
- 0 +
- 0 +
- 0 +
- 0 +
- 0 +
- 0 +
Total 0 INR

Got some other plans ?
Contact us for customized walks

Available Groups

MON
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
TUE
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
WED
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
THU
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
FRI
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
SAT
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
SUN
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
MON
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
TUE
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
WED
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
THU
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
FRI
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
SAT
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left
SUN
8 slot left
8 slot left
8 slot left

Walk Highlights

Introduction to the historical, cultural context of Gatka

Live demonstrations of the various equipments

Try your hand at wooden sticks and Chakri

Sport the traditional Dumalas while practising

Included

Skilled Gatka practioner’s fee, The prices are exclusive of 5% GST

Tea and Snacks

Amritsar’s heritage

Storyteller well versed

Itinerary

Gallery

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Tarundeepji

Storyteller, Amritsar

Active art community promoter who is shaping communities through stories

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Reviews

Before you Go to Amritsar read this or you will miss so much!! (Old City, Golden Temple, and Gatka)

Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple): You cannot put into words what you will see here. It was one of the most stately, loving, peaceful, and generous places you will visit in India (I have been around a bit). The beauty cannot be appreciated with out actually seeing it. Look on line and you will see the pictures that plainly fall short of the spectacularness of the home of the Guru Granth Sahib. It is a living book and a living place. Tarundeep did a marvelous job of giving us just not the visual and historical facts. He gave us the spiritual essence of the most holy place for the Sikh community. You cannot help but be compelled to service when you get there. DO NOT MISS A CHANCE TO HELP IN THE COMMUNITY By – Donbloyer (13 January 2020)

Before you Go to Amritsar read this or you will miss so much!! (Old City, Golden Temple, and Gatka)

Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple): You cannot put into words what you will see here. It was one of the most stately, loving, peaceful, and generous places you will visit in India (I have been around a bit). The beauty cannot be appreciated with out actually seeing it. Look on line and you will see the pictures that plainly fall short of the spectacularness of the home of the Guru Granth Sahib. It is a living book and a living place. Tarundeep did a marvelous job of giving us just not the visual and historical facts. He gave us the spiritual essence of the most holy place for the Sikh community. You cannot help but be compelled to service when you get there. DO NOT MISS A CHANCE TO HELP IN THE COMMUNITY By – Donbloyer (13 January 2020)

Before you Go to Amritsar read this or you will miss so much!! (Old City, Golden Temple, and Gatka)

Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple): You cannot put into words what you will see here. It was one of the most stately, loving, peaceful, and generous places you will visit in India (I have been around a bit). The beauty cannot be appreciated with out actually seeing it. Look on line and you will see the pictures that plainly fall short of the spectacularness of the home of the Guru Granth Sahib. It is a living book and a living place. Tarundeep did a marvelous job of giving us just not the visual and historical facts. He gave us the spiritual essence of the most holy place for the Sikh community. You cannot help but be compelled to service when you get there. DO NOT MISS A CHANCE TO HELP IN THE COMMUNITY By – Donbloyer (13 January 2020)

Before you Go to Amritsar read this or you will miss so much!! (Old City, Golden Temple, and Gatka)

Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple): You cannot put into words what you will see here. It was one of the most stately, loving, peaceful, and generous places you will visit in India (I have been around a bit). The beauty cannot be appreciated with out actually seeing it. Look on line and you will see the pictures that plainly fall short of the spectacularness of the home of the Guru Granth Sahib. It is a living book and a living place. Tarundeep did a marvelous job of giving us just not the visual and historical facts. He gave us the spiritual essence of the most holy place for the Sikh community. You cannot help but be compelled to service when you get there. DO NOT MISS A CHANCE TO HELP IN THE COMMUNITY By – Donbloyer (13 January 2020)

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