2/3/09

Indian schoolgirls practice Chinese martial arts

A Muslim schoolgirl from St. Maaz high school practises Chinese wushu martial arts inside the school compound in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad July 8, 2008.
Wushu trainer Rahman Aqeel instructs students during Chinese wushu martial arts practice at St. Maaz high school, in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad July 8, 2008. Girls from ages 10 to 16 participate in weekly sessions during school term.

Muslim schoolgirls from St. Maaz high school practise Chinese wushu martial arts inside the school compound in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad July 8, 2008.

9 comments:

Natheem said...

Assalamu alaikum(warah)..
Accidentally i gone through your blog. But it is wonderful. Its really useful to all, who blame Islam also. I'm very proud of your work.

nisha said...

brilliant..

nisha said...

wat a brilliant one

michael said...

As Salaamualaikum, Great style and strength! All of us should study and be like this.

Allah Hafez

HerfianaMohdRapi said...

Assalamua'laikum...i'm Harfiyyah from Malaysia..this is a brilliant work !, hope we can share more about women position in islam .i'm the one who doing some research on this topic..thanks ya..

Noor Mohammed said...

Its brilliant. This is what I am looking forDo this same school or similar school is in Bangalore? I am looking for exactly like this for my daughter.Can anybody help me on this?

KC Goff, M.N. Psy said...

As-Salaamu-Alakium war Rahmatu'Allahi wa Barakatu....I am a Wellness Consultant and Fitness Trainer for women and I must say...Your blog is truly an inspiration to Muslimah's across the globe, Allahu'Alim. Jazak'Allah Khairn sis.

Karanja Kiarie said...

This is a great job. I work with Somali refugees in Kenya (High school teacher) and sports for girls here are taken so negatively by the community. Wish I could get a way of changing their perception and involve girls in sports

Anonymous said...

I was searching for pictures of women martial artists and this was the only picture that focused on the beauty of the art and dedication of the women students. It was not about being a "hot chick" who can do kicks over their heads...which, as a self defense instructor, is useless... Keep up the good work training women!!