Karate is a martial art that originated in the Okinawa Islands, Japan. Influenced by the Chinese fighting arts and refined by the warrior class of Japan, Karate is a complete combat system used by armed forces, civilians and athletes alike.
Karate translates to “empty hands” it’s a system that uses kicks, punches, knees, elbows, locks and throws to defeat or neutralise an opponent. Karate has a worldwide following with millions of practitioners across all age groups. Recently, Tokyo Olympics held in 2021 saw the participation of Karate as a sport.
Karate includes three main components- Kihon or the basics, Kata or the predetermined fighting patterns and Kumite or fighting.
People practice the art of Karate as a combat system, sport and a way of life. Karate keeps one disciplined, develops a never give up spirit and makes one physically and spiritually strong.
In India, the Karate Federation of India looks after the development of Karate as a sport. Beyond the sports aspect, thousands practice traditional Karate for personal advancement.
Premjit Sen Karate Institute is India’s leading Karate institute that helps lakhs of karate practitioners to stay fit and mentally strong. Founded by Hanshi Premjit Sen, one of India’s highest-ranked Karate masters, an 8th Dan Black Belt in Seishinkai Shito Ryu from Japan, the institute is a shining example of Karate India.
Hanshi Premjit Sen founded the Global Seishinkai Shitoryu Karate-doFederation, affiliated to Karate India Organization(KIO) and Karate-Do Association of Bengal (KAB) KIO, affiliated to World Karate Federation and KAB. We also represent the Bengal Olympic Association.
The Global Shitoryu Karate-doFederation operates across the country with more than 1000 instructors and over 10 Lakh students.
Are you looking for starting your Karate journey in India? Look for the Global Shitoryu Karate-doFederation or Premjit Sen Karate Institute of getting the authentic knowledge of Karate in India. Hanshi Premjit Sen has guided thousands of students to excel in sports Karate as professional athletes. Thousands of others practice the traditional aspects of Karate for their fitness and mental well-being.
The best time to start your Karate journey was yesterday. The next best time is today. Do contact us to find the best training schedule and batch that suits your requirements. The Premjit Sen Karate Institute welcomes students of all age groups, gender and qualifications.
We look forward to greeting you on the mat at the Premjit Sen Karate Institute.