Daadi Native Board Game
A board game that puts your skills in strategy and planning to test! Developed in the country of much diversity, this game is called Navakankari in Sanskrit and Nine Men's Morris in the Western world. This ecofriendly board is made from handstitched raw silk fabric and finished to perfection, making it a beautiful example of Indian tradition and craftsmanship.
A board game testing skills in strategy and planning. Played by 2 players. Suitable for children over 5, and adults. Most of these games have presences in different parts of the world. This game in the West is called Nine Men's Morris. In India itself, it is played under names such as Navkankari, Muhle and Daadi across different regions.
- Handcrafted board made of raw silk giving it a soft yet nonslippery feel, for ease of play.
- Handmade Coins: The coins are made by the best of artisans using earthfriendly wood materials and natural paint.
- Packed in an EarthFriendly Box for safekeeping and zero threat of damage.
Dimensions: 36cms x 36cms
The primary aim of this strategyalignment game is to get as many points as possible by positioning 3 coins in a row.
The two opposing players are given 9 coins each, of two different colours. The players try to move them to get 3 coins in a row. Though, similar in movement to Noughts and Crosses, Daadi is far more complex.
The basic aim of a player is to make vertical or horizontal lines with three coins of one colour. Every time this is achieved, one of the opponent's coins is removed. The ultimate objective is to bring the opponent's coins down to two, or to block all the opponent's moves, thus rendering the opponent unable to play. When that final block occurs, the person creating the block is declared the winner.