My sister studied the Sikh Martial art of Gatka last year in India, and I so happened to have my 550d/t2i on me when she was practicing. She was a bit rusty as it had been some time, but she persevered. I simply wanted to show her 15 minute journey practising and getting it right in the end.
The weapon we see here is known as a Chakkari, which, spun at the right speed, creates a no-go area between yourself and the enemy. On the end are normally metal or in this case solid wooden balls which bloody hurt!
Shot on the Canon 550d/t2i
Tokina 11-16mm 2.8
Music: "Leptir" by B-film Ltd (freemusicarchive.org/music/B-film_Ltd/Live_at_My_House/01_b_film_ltd_leptir)