The Wushu KungFu Federation of India is a non-profit organization registered under societies registration act XXI of 1860, Mumbai Public Trust Act XXIX of 1950 and Under Section 12 AA of the Income Tax Act, 1961, Trade Mark Registry Act 1999 Section 23 (2), Rule 56 (1), dedicated to promote traditional kungfu and contemporary wushu, developing the ancient fighting arts, providing greater teaching and learning opportunities for masters and students. It coordinates its efforts with other International organizations, particularly those in Asia to develop the ancient fighting arts and its competitions on an International Level.
The Wushu KungFu Federation of India (WKFI) is the official Indian representative to the Shaolin Temple, China and the only national governing body recognized by the, World Traditional Kung-Fu Federation, World KungFu League and Martial Arts Authority of India. The WKFI is the first and only organization in India to successfully develop regional and national activities, and its formation has tremendously improved the way Wushu-Kungfu events are managed and conducted in the nation. Internationally, the WKFI has represented India in many functions and events.
Its origins date back to Ahmedabad, 1992, where a group of prominent leaders of the Chinese martial arts community gathered to explore the idea of a national organization to encourage the development of the Chinese martial arts in India.Read More