Anti-Molestation/Rape Self-Defense Training Program

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We all know that Delhi has become the Rape Capital of the Country, in order to counter this ever growing threat, New Delhi Aikido Dojo is happy to launch its Latest “Anti-Molestation/Rape Self-Defense Training Program” exclusively for Women. This program is designed specially by Sensei Paritos Kar and has been made FREE
as a part of New Delhi Aikido Dojo’s Social Service initiative.

Some Advantages :
# Easy to Learn
# Easy to Execute
# No Fancy Techniques

# Individual Attention will be given
# Huge Training Area with High Quality Training Mats etc.
# Changing room cum washroom

# 2 Days a Week, for 8 Weeks
Starting From 2nd March

Days & Timings:
Mondays and Thursdays – 6:00PM to 7:00PM

Recommended Dress Code:
# Reasonably Loose Fitting Track Suit or T-Shirt & Pyjama or Suit
# Since training is on mats no footwear is needed

100% Free

Sensei Paritos Kar: 9899822332
Michael Rajchandra: 9999975041

Aikido/Judo Training Hall
Thyagaraj Sports Complex
Nearest Metro Station: INA Metro Station.
Once you enter the Main Gate please ask the Guards for the the Aikido/Judo Training Hall.
(You have to walk Anti Clockwise around the Building towards backside of the building where you can spot the training center with Glass walls)

Google Maps Inside Thyagaraj

For More Information: Please visit our FB Event page at
NOTE: Please Select “Going” option on this FB Event page to confirm participation. If you are not sure please select “May Be” option.

Aikido Seminar Jan 2015

Aikido Seminar Jan 2015

New Delhi Aikido Dojo is happy to announce that we are Organizing our next Exclusive Aikido Seminar from the 27th to the 29th of January, 2015.

The Seminar will be conducted by Aikikai Hombu Instructor Shihan Teijyu Sasaki (6th Dan)

The three day seminar on advanced Aikido Techniques will be followed by Grading Tests to evaluate the Indian students practicing Aikido.

On the last day we will be organizing an exclusive Dinner with the Master.

Seminar Fee – INR 2000 Only (Does Not Include the Dinner Expenses which is extra)

Morning class: 7 am – 8 am,
Evening class: 7 pm – 8:30 pm

Morning class: 7 am – 8 am,
Evening class: 7 pm – 8:30 pm

Morning class: 7 am – 8 am,
Evening class and Grading test: 6 pm – 7:45 pm
Farewell Dinner: 8 pm

All those who are interested to participate may please contact me on +91 9899822332

Paritos Kar
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Seminar with Gaku Homma Sensei

International Aikido Seminar conducted by Gaku Homma Sensei on 4-5 February 2006 in New Delhi: PRESS RELEASE

If Steven Seagal’s quick movements (or his seeming lack of movement) have fascinated you or if you’ve been left open-mouthed with his martial art technique that seems to be so smooth, so swift and yet so very effective even without the usual kicks and punches, then the International Seminar held by the Aikido Foundation of India at the Sanskriti School gymnasium was where you ought to be. Seagal is an Aikido black belt.

The seminar, (4th – 5th February), will see 15 Aikido black belts and 20 students (more are expected to join on-the-spot) practicing this art for ten hours. Demonstration will open for the public in the afternoon of the first day. The event is co-sponsored by the Sun Group.

The delegation from USA is headed by the Shihan Gaku Homma Sensei, a direct student of the founder of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba. He is accompanied by seven high-ranking Aikido practitioners. Homma Sensei is the founder and chief instructor of the Nippon Kan School, which is the biggest school in the Rocky Mountain area in the US. His unique teaching methods combine sword and staff techniques with the open-hand techniques.

The Aikido Foundation of India was founded in Delhi by Sensei Paritos Kar in 2004. Paritos Sensei is fourth Dan (degree black belt), who did his entire 15 years of training in Japan. The Aikido dojo (training centre) in Andrews Gunj has 19 students, only 6 of whom are children.

Those interested can contact the dojo at 9811155388.

What is Aikido?

Aikido was founded by Morihei Ueshiba, also known as O Sensei. Aikido was founded when O Sensei, dissatisfied despite his mastery in jujitsu, began looking for a deeper meaning to life. He finally incorporated his martial arts training to his religious and political ideologies to create aikido or “The Way of Harmony of the Spirit”.

Aikido is a defensive non-aggressive art. It seeks to unify mind and body so that the student trains at remaining calm and centered in the face of an attack. Practitioners, rather than tiring themselves out with kicks and punches, use the opponent’s own strength to gain control over them and throw them off, with emphasis on motion and the dynamics of movement. Thus Aikido is unique in that it can be learned and practiced by anyone from six to 80 years.

Because aikido combines martial arts, religious and political ideology, there is no unified philosophy of aikido. There is, instead, a collection of religious, ethical, and metaphysical beliefs. Some examples: “Aikido is not a way to fight with or defeat enemies; it is a way to reconcile the world and make all human beings one family.” “The essence of aikido is the cultivation of ki [a vital force, internal power, mental/spiritual energy].” “The secret of aikido is to become one with the universe.” “Aikido is primarily a way to achieve physical and psychological self-mastery.” “The body is the concrete unification of the physical and spiritual created by the universe.” And so forth.

At the core of almost all philosophical interpretations of aikido, however, we may identify at least two fundamental threads: (1) A commitment to peaceful resolution of conflict whenever possible. (2) A commitment to self-improvement through aikido training.