International Gatka Organisation
Sikh Martial Arts
A military dicipline for all mankind
Khalsa Akaal Puraak ki fauj, Pargatiou Khalsa Parmata ki Maouj
Baba Nihal Singh Ji - message for I.G.O
Interview with Jathedar Baba Nihal Singh of Panth Akali Tarna Dal, Missal Shaheedan Harian Vela - 2014
A message for all Gatka Akhaare - I.G.O
Jathedar Baba Nihal Singh was born on 7 December 1942 Hoshiarpur district in the village of sikari. At a very young age he began his life's journey amongst the Khalsa Warriors of Panth Akali Tarna Dal, Missal Shaheedan whose main focus is Sikhi parchar, Amrit Sanchar, to maintain the sanctity and respect of Guru Granth Sahib Ji as our Guru and parchar of Bani , Bana. Shaster Abyias and horse riding. Baba ji has offered his full backing and support to IGO and has requested that this short interview be made available to all
Baba Pritam Singh Nihang - message for I.G.O
Ustad Baba Pritam Singh Nihang is one of the very few Ustad’s-grandmasters of these spiritual fighting systems. Baba ji is an Ustad known for his innovative work in Shaster Vidya Gatka curriculum design, and teaching concepts one of the very few Ustad’s who learnt from the renowned Gatka Master Baba Gian Singh .This interview was conducted by Varinder Singh Khalsa of Bombay for IGO in which Ustad ji talks about his youth and how he met with Great Ustad’s of the past and how his training has enabled student from across the world to learn and pass on for generations to come.
Interview With Gatka Instructor
Ustad Baba Pritam Singh Ji Nihang for I.G.O
Ex Jathedar Professor Manjit Singh - 2002 message for the Khalsa
Professor Manjit Singh ji Ex Jathedar
Takht Sri Keshgar Sahib Anandpur Sahib addresses the sangat in 2002 with a message for the Khalsa in the importance of
Being Shaster Dhari, Bana, Bani and Diciple of the way of the khalsa.
A messge for both young and old into the reflection of the saint soldier Khalsa warrior.
Bhai Ran Singh Ji - Tarna Dhal
Curtesy of Bhai Ran Singh ji
Singh Sahib Giani Ran Singh head Granthi Tarnal Dhal 2011.
An informative documentary which gives you an insight to the ways, practices and preperation involved for the warriors of the Tarna Dhal Missel Shaeeda Dha