Tetsudo has a rich history and an Indian influence and what some arts name Kata we have developed Kedh.
The two are not directly the same however, kata is a direct and forceful demonstration of techniques joined together to a long combination. Kedh is a knitted together flow of techniques and postures where one is encouraged to bring in their own particular personality and use the Kedh to develop in their training.
Kedh is used at each grading and each Kedh has it's own nature.
They will be a sequence of moves including blocks, punches, kicks and postures placed together in way to help a student understand the concepts behind the techniques.
Below a student demonstrates the second Kedh Chakaran.