7 Cheer and Hool
This makes 21.
14 of Kaali
For performance/practice, we also have to do:
Char ghar (one attack and a revolving attack)
Bharraa (holding swords with both hands and attack)
This makes it 35 (or was it called 32)?
6 attacks of bending and triplet combination
Practicing Half Body stance and going forth and back using one leg.
This makes it 42.
In 42 we also bring about the 90 degree attacks. This includes your trademark attack from above the head and then moving your wrist clockwise as you bring down the attack. Also Bheeshma Pitamah attack which intends towards right shoulder, goes past shield and then comes down at Kamar.
Now moving up towards 64:
We also add Parallel body stance. We bend forth and back to increase reach. We also use Lachcha jump to attack or go back safely.
In attacks we add 180 degree stuff. Like hitting continuously on Right shoulder and then fiercely attacking the Left leg.
Hathkadi – We attack the shield from right side and without taking arm back, revolve the wrist to attack the Sword arm.
Around the Shield – We focus our attacks on the shield. And then we can take 2 on the right side and 3 on the left side, missing the shield.
Andheri and Left Shoulder attack.
The V Attack – Couple of attacks which are tangent to the shield from one point.
My trademark (but never used) – Attacking cheer from below right and then bringing down as a Hool
Attack (whose name have forgotten) – We have the sword below our shield and suddenly take it out on the left Kanpati
Bring attack from behind your back as if aiming between Kanpati and shoulder, but bring it down on the Kamar. Works both sides.