Malaysian female coach's 14-hour online silambam class enters Malaysia Book of Records


Kaviarasi has gained an entry into the Malaysia Book of Records for conducting a 14-hour non-stop virtual silambam class. Photos: Kaviarasi Sanggar

Former world silambam gold medallist Kaviarasi Sanggar chalked another milestone recently by gaining an entry into the Malaysia Book of Records for conducting a 14-hour non-stop virtual silambam class. Silambam is a South Indian weapon-based Indian martial art using mainly bamboo sticks.

Her virtual feat was held on Aug 15 (6am-8pm) from Kuala Lumpur and saw 160 silambam enthusiasts from across the country, Singapore and India joining the Kedah-born athlete.

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