The Orange Warrior trend appeared about 4,000 years ago. There is a legend about the origin of this direction.


On the border between China and Vietnam there was a monastery of Indra, which was often attacked by both China and Vietnam. The monks tried not to get involved in any infighting, but war and quarrels were persistently imposed on them.


After one of the bloody battles, where many monks were killed, only a few dozen monks remained. They withdrew into the mountains. High up in the mountains they built a new monastery. The abbot of the temple spent several days in meditation. After three days, he summoned all the monks to the sacred hall and told them that henceforth Indra had given them weapons in their hands to protect themselves from enemies. After that, he selected the four most devoted men and went away with them and the forest. No one saw what the abbot and the novices were doing in the forest, but all seven days and nights, during the abbot's absence, it rained heavily and lightning flashed, blinding everyone with its light.


The monk, who wanted to call the abbot and his disciples into the temple to escape the storm, was killed. Lightning flashed and he was gone, and only the charred black earth at the site of his death told of what had happened. On the eighth day, the abbot and four disciples emerged from the jungle. But no one recognized them. They were monks dressed in orange robes, the color of Indra. They all wore masks with slits for eyes that covered their faces. Behind their backs was a sword and a triple staff. On their heads were the emblems of Indra's sign of the striking lightning.


As the monks came closer, they recognized the strangers as their abbot and his disciples. To all their questions, the abbot said only one thing: "The Orange Death has come to our enemies. And, truly, it is terrible."


And after a few days, there were no enemies of the monastery left in the area where the Orange Warriors Monastery stood. They were all dead. But no one ever found out who had committed the murders. Only the corpses of those killed had lightning bolts carved into their foreheads.


Indra, in ancient Indian mythology, is the god of thunder and lightning, the head of the gods. He embodies, above all, the warrior spirit. Indra was born to fight, he was courageous, warlike, victorious; he was the god himself.


Indra brings prosperity, crops, longevity, manhood, wealth, cattle. To man, especially to the Aryans, Indra is friendly, generous, and benevolent, always ready to come to his aid.


Brahma granted Indra power over the east; Indra's elephant, Airavata, guards this side of the world. Indra is assisted by


Adityas, Apsaras, Gapharvas, and Sidukhas.


At the same time, Indra sometimes loses his power: he is repeatedly defeated by sages and even demons; he is often humiliated.


As the legend goes on, the villagers in the vicinity began to talk about the curse of these places, someone told of the orange devils, but no one knew anything really. Soon everyone calmed down, the killings stopped, and the orange devils were forgotten. And only sometimes a soldier or an important official with a lightning carved on his forehead was found in the mountains or on the roads. The basic Indra warrior technique is described in detail in the Viet Vo Dao school's Thien Duong technique manual.


Remaining a mystery for many centuries, the school of orange death, improving and updating their techniques, bringing to it the best of other schools and directions.


Today, KHUAI-TO of orange warriors is quite an advanced technique, with a good fighting base. In addition to the main focus of orange warriors - to kill, much attention was paid to the art of espionage, intelligence, medicine. Orange warriors could sneak into the enemy's camp, complete the task, and just as quietly and unobtrusively leave.


Indra's warriors were well versed in medicinal herbs and could prepare balms, poisons, infusions. Special attention was paid to the technique of psycho-energetic influence on the enemy. KHUAI-TO warrior could disable the enemy at a distance, could read his thoughts, dictate his conditions in his thoughts (only the senior masters of the Orange Warriors School could do it).


The highest skill of orange warriors was to stand in front of the enemy in an orange school uniform, and the enemy could not see the warrior. The KHUAI-TO killed brutally and quietly. They strictly adhered to the main code of orange fighters: "When you go to battle, leave your heart on the altar, put your soul into a deep well, and give your feelings to the wind. Your heart is bound to fail you in battle, your soul will betray you into the hands of the enemy, your feelings will drown your rational mind in the waves of worry."


Nothing could stop them in battle, only the servants of Yama, who took people's souls, stopped them and led them into the world of shadows. Whether they faced an old man or a woman, the Orange warriors knew no pity or mercy for their enemies - they died. The warriors killed stealthily, stabbed in the back, poison put in their food, burned, and strangled.


But all of this applied only to enemies of the monastery and the school of orange warriors.


The code of these warriors was: "Your enemy is the enemy of the school, the enemy of the school is your enemy. He must die, or tomorrow you will die." One can thus imagine the orange warriors as sneaky, brutal murderers who kill their victim and then immediately disappear.


Yes, most murders were done that way. But when the honor of the orange warrior school was touched,-they went out to fight in open combat, and were required to fight in the uniform of the school and kill their opponent with sword or hand.


All traps, throwing plates became simply unnecessary. A warrior had to kill another warrior with only his sword or hands.


The sword had long been considered the canon weapon, capable of destroying any evil or force. Hands were used to kill with energy charges that were sent out on impact.

History of Indra Technique


The history of the Indra Technique came first to Indochina and later to Tibet from India. The last mention of it is lost about 4,000 years ago. From this we can conclude that it is the most ancient technique. Who exactly brought the basis of this technique to Indochina from India remains a mystery, although it can be definitely stated that it was brought to China by Indian monks who worshipped Indra. Almost every big monastery in India had a wrestling technique, depending on which god they worshipped. Indra's technique was kept secret, known only to the senior monks and abbots of the monastery. How carefully it was guarded depended on how much of the monastery's life depended on it, for very often they had to fight off enemies.


A distinctive feature of Indra's technique was that no one but the monks could study it on pain of death. Later on, when monks started to form new Indra monasteries in China, Tibet mountains, Indra's technique penetrated there as well. The technique itself included, besides martial tasks, also had tasks of strengthening and recovery of human body.


Nowadays we know only eight parts of Indra's technique, eight stages of perfection. A person studying Indra techniques reaches the perfection only on the eighth step. But before that, one has to safely go through the remaining seven stages.