Champions keep playing until they get it right. I want my karare to speak for everything. When you do something best in life, you don’t really want to give that up – and for me it’s sport.
In 1974, Sensei Lal Darda got his 1st Degree Black Belt from Shuko-Kai Style, he Practiced under this style for a couple of years with hard work and determination. While Practicing his interest in Shito – Ryu style also increased. Then he started his own classes after getting the instructor’s authorization under Shuko Kai Style.
In 1990, Sensei Lal Darda Joined Alan Thilak Karate School Of India whose founder is Lt. Dai Sensei Moses Thilak. Sensei Lal Darda taught this art for several years and served the Alan Thilak Karate School Of India by his hard work and determination.
Shito-Ryu Karate School of India is Recognized by JAPAN KARATEDO SHITORYU SEIFUKAN headed by “Shihan Minoru Kanazawa" (President & chief instructor of JAPAN KARATEDO SHITORYU SEIFUKAN).
In this way, establishment of Shito-Ryu Karate School Of India took place in the year 2000. His classes successfully increased and now he is having branches of Shito-Ryu Karate School Of India in 20 states all over India, SKSI is recognized member of KAI (Recog. by Govt. of India – Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports).
Member OFJapan Karatedo Shitoryu Seifukan
Approved byKarate Association of India (KAI)
Recognized byGovt. of India (Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports)