First section of book is about understanding Mallakhamb and includes origin of Mallakhamb in 12 th century and its evolution in 21st century, then moves to Mallakhamb as a competitive sports and as a fitness exercise. Section discusses various misconceptions about Mallakhamb. Section describes specifications of Pole and Rope. Section covers typical Mallakhamb session of 3 hours. Section recommends Dress code for Male and Female athletes. Section defines categories of Mallakhamb Skills and groups by which they are separated.
Second Section elaborates Pole Mallakhamb skills into Mounts, Balances, Interceptions, Acrobatic Combinations, and Dismounts. Pole mallakhamb skill levels are separated into three categories Recreational, Competitive, and Expert.Third section elaborated Rope Mallakhamb skills, on similar ground as Pole Mallakhamb skills.Fourth section illustrated Artistic and non-competitive Mallakhamb formats. Fifth section provides sample of policies and forms required by institute which want to start Mallakhamb training center. Book brings up new angel in athletic / artistic Mallakhamb, of Mallakhamb as fitness. Book elaborated various Muscle Groups used during Mallakhamb performance. This was based on interviews completed with 100 Mallakhamb players.
Evidences: 1) Google books screenshot with search word as Mallakhamb showing only one book before publication. This proves no such subject matter expertise is available globally.
2) Screenshot of book published on Mallakhamb is a Ph.D thesis, not focusing on subject matter expertise but overall impact of Mallakhamb in Indian sub-continent
3) Copyright certificate by United States Copyright Office
4) Excerpts from book (Few pages)
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