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We are proud to say that our indigenous fighting art, Angampora or Angam Art posses the longest history when compared with same traditional history of martial art of any country. Our Fighting Art's history goes back to more than 33000 years with historical proofs.

 

Our Angampora tradition was started from the Yakka ancestry of the Great Great Angampora Worrier called Katharagama Manasen Born before 30000 years in this country. Later at the time of Maha Ravana, the patriot Angampora worrier of Ancient Sri Lanka, this system was developed to world's best fighting system and then introduced to Buddhist Civilization. This great fighting style was later recognized as Angam or Angampora or angamharamba and according to "Sinhala Rajavaliya", all the heads of ancient monarch practiced Angampora and gave it to the next generation. This system of fighting art was dedicated to protect the nation and the Buddhism.

 

This great art; Angampora which was used for very patriotic reasons in the history of our mother land, is a secret of Sinhalese nation.

Angampora on Facebook Angampora or Angam School in Korathota, Kaduwela, Sri Lanka - Our tradition was started from the Yakka ancestry of the Great Great Angampora Worrior called Katharagama Manasen Born before 30000 years in this country. Later at the time of Maha Ravana, the patriot angampora worrior of Ancient Sri Lanka, this system was developed to world's best fighting system and then introduced to Buddhist Civilization. This great fighting style was later recognized as Angam or angamharamba and according to "Sinhala Rajavaliya", all the heads of ancient monarch practiced angampora and gave it to the next generation. This system of fighting art was dedicated to protect the nation and the Buddhism. Angampora Epigrapho at Korathota Temple - This great art; angampora which was used for very pratriotic reasons in the history of our mother land, is a secreat of Sinhalese nation.
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Angampora Videos - We are proud to say that our indigenous fighting art, Angampora or Angam Art posses the longest history when compaired with same traditional history of martial art of any country. Our Fighting Art's history goes back to more than 33000 years with historical proofs.
Angampora Videos - We are proud to say that our indigenous fighting art, Angampora or Angam Art posses the longest history when compaired with same traditional history of martial art of any country. Our Fighting Art's history goes back to more than 33000 years with historical proofs.
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Our tradition was started from the Yakka ancestry of the Great Great Angampora Worrior called Katharagama Manasen Born before 30000 years in this country. Later at the time of Maha Ravana, the patriot angampora worrior of Ancient Sri Lanka, this system was developed to world's best fighting system and then introduced to Buddhist Civilization. This great fighting style was later recognized as Angam or angamharamba and according to "Sinhala Rajavaliya", all the heads of ancient monarch practiced angampora and gave it to the next generation. This system of fighting art was dedicated to protect the nation and the Buddhism.
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