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Kurunthadi (also spelled cheruvadi, kuruvadi) or muchan is the name for a wooden stick used as a weapon in kalarippayattu, a martial art practiced in Kerala, India.
It is practiced as the second part of kolthari stage of kalari payat. It derived its name from its length of three chans. Its length is equal to two and half feet (76 cm). It is usually made from the wood of the tamarind tree. It is practiced as the basics of dagger fighting.
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