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โน้มคอสีดา

(Non Kor Sida, trying to grab the neck of Sita)


This is one of the first classical moves in Krabi Krabong, trying to cut the neck of Sita. One sword held high as if to cut the other is low. This ancient story of Thailand is also known as the famous Ramayana of India. As once upon the vast Vedic culture stretched far and wide across the South East
Asia peninsular.


ขนานสอดสร้อย

(kranan Sord Soy = Parallel swords)


To hold the swords level must be mastered to show the skill of the swordsman, both in moving and in turning


ตัดเทียน

( Duk Tien = cutting the candle)


This skill is to develop the slicing movement whilst moving, yet to retain the exact movement as you move it to the other side.


สอดฝักดาบ

(Sord Faat = swords in scabbard)


This series of moves show the skill of withdrawing the swords from the scabbards that are on your back. You then pull one of the swords out, raise it high and bring it low across your thigh. This means you are acting out to sharpen the weapon in view of your opponent


เสือทำลายหางช้างทะลายโรง

(Chalas Sal Ho Chalas Sal Chang = Elephant and tiger through the village)

The group of sword dance moves represent the elephant crashing through the village, this is where the leg is lifted up and the tiger is represented by putting the foot down slowly. Develops the softness and quietness in movement, stealth.


หงส์ปีกหัก

(Hon Pe Hak= Swan with Broken wing)


Control is made by the use of the shoulders, lifting the swords in reverse order, when one is up the other is down. Then one has to make a sliding action that represents the broken wing.


กลับหัวสนาม

(Krap Howa Satanam = to turn around)


When you want to turn around in any position, this group of moves are used one has to look down and around before commencing the move

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