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- The Way of the Warrior: Martial Arts and Fighting Styles from Around the World.
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Born into a family of plantation farmers in Kerala in , he left home at the young age of 8 and traveled to all corners of India. He found his passion in the martial arts and acting.
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He was an expert and authority in varma kalai , the art of hitting pressure points in kalaripayat. Simhalan Panicker learned the northern and southern styles of kalaripayat during 18 years of training under many teachers, and specialized in varma kalari which he learned from Balan Gurukkal. From then on, he practiced the art, improvising and developing his own version of it. Using his background as a trained dancer, boxer and street fighter, he carried the art form into its highest level of expression.
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He created Simhala Kalari in He was associated with contemporary martial artists like Chandrashekharan Gurukkal and Vallabhatta Vishwanathan Gurukkal. Panicker was secretive about his varma kalari skills and has taught very few students, all of them renowned masters in southern India. In he was featured as a 'most dangerous man' in Chennai in The Way of the Warrior: Martial Arts and Fighting Styles from Around the World , a book  that was the basis for a TV documentary released by the BBC     which presents various martial art forms of the world.
The Way of the Warrior: Martial Arts and Fighting Styles from Around the World
Simhalan Panicker's interests extended beyond martial arts. He was also an actor of theater and film, with more than movies to his credit.
He moved back to Kerala in , where he continued practicing Simhala Kalari. He died in March