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The Silambam Asia (SILA) (Tamil: சிலம்பம் ஆசியா) (IAST: Cilambam Āciyā) is the official international body of Silambam for the Continent of Asia and Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) recognized by the World Silambam Association (WSA). On November 22, 1999, the primary name of Silambam with origin from Ancient Tamil Nadu of India has been initiated and preformed in Singapore by Guruji Murugan Chillayah to become the official organization name to provide education and trainings of Indian Traditional Arts and Sports. In 2014, an organisation named Silambam legally registered and recognized as a more formalized organization after security clearance approved by Singapore Regulatory Board. It was followed by a new formation of Silambam Asia, is the Silambam organization recognized by the Unite

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  • The Silambam Asia (SILA) (Tamil: சிலம்பம் ஆசியா) (IAST: Cilambam Āciyā) is the official international body of Silambam for the Continent of Asia and Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) recognized by the World Silambam Association (WSA). On November 22, 1999, the primary name of Silambam with origin from Ancient Tamil Nadu of India has been initiated and preformed in Singapore by Guruji Murugan Chillayah to become the official organization name to provide education and trainings of Indian Traditional Arts and Sports. In 2014, an organisation named Silambam legally registered and recognized as a more formalized organization after security clearance approved by Singapore Regulatory Board. It was followed by a new formation of Silambam Asia, is the Silambam organization recognized by the United Nations and has members of twelve countries in the Asia continent, and to expand growing further throughout the Asia continent and worldwide following the sustainable development goals of the United Nations. In 2016, to preserve and rejuvenate the traditional arts, cultural and educational content within Silambam at the regional or continental by the establishment of Silambam Asia with the Ministry of Home Affairs (JPPM) in Malaysia. (en)
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  • SILA (en)
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  • United Nations, SDG, UN-IGF, UN-Global (en)
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  • Deputy- Thiagu Paramaisuaran (en)
  • Guruji Murugan Chillayah of Malaysia (en)
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  • 2014-07-10 (xsd:date)
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  • Singapore (en)
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  • Worldwide (en)
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  • (en)
  • Silambam Asia (en)
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  • Continent (en)
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  • Shalani Rajainderan (en)
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  • V.P-1 Vacant (en)
  • V.P-2 Vacant (en)
  • V.P-3 Vacant (en)
  • V.P-4 Raja Ramanaiya Naidu (en)
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  • The Silambam Asia (SILA) (Tamil: சிலம்பம் ஆசியா) (IAST: Cilambam Āciyā) is the official international body of Silambam for the Continent of Asia and Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) recognized by the World Silambam Association (WSA). On November 22, 1999, the primary name of Silambam with origin from Ancient Tamil Nadu of India has been initiated and preformed in Singapore by Guruji Murugan Chillayah to become the official organization name to provide education and trainings of Indian Traditional Arts and Sports. In 2014, an organisation named Silambam legally registered and recognized as a more formalized organization after security clearance approved by Singapore Regulatory Board. It was followed by a new formation of Silambam Asia, is the Silambam organization recognized by the Unite (en)
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  • Silambam Asia (en)
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