Pachisi Native Game
Pachisi, known as Chaupad in Hindi, Pagade in Kannada, Sokkattan in Tamil, Pagdi Pat in Marathi is an invention of medieval India, and is said to be the precursor of modern day Ludo. The game has been traditionally played for centuries, and features often in Indian mythology. It's a game that even captured the attention of Akbar a devoted player of Pachisi!
Handstitched with the finest cotton fabric, this board lives up to the grandeur of the game, allowing you to timetravel to the days of kings and queens.
Commonly known as Ludo, this board game is played with 2 or 4 players. It is known in Hindi as Pachisi or Chausar and dates back to the pages of our mythology. The game has many regional names Pagade (Kannada), Sokkattan (Tamil), PagdiPat (Marathi) and variations, where the basic board, the dice or coins, and sometimes the rules or methodology itself may differ.
Ancient Living game boards are handmade from ecofriendly materials to give you a much improved, fun experience with zero guilt. The contents are packed in an earthfriendly packaging for safekeeping and zero threat of damage.
So, if you were wondering how to engage your kids in a mind game, or send your acquaintances a gift, this oldest and most played board game in the country is your best choice and a musthave in your living room.
Dimensions: 60cms x 60cms
- Game board made of handstitched cotton fabric
- Handmade Coins: The coins are sculpted to perfection by versatile and skilled artisans using earthfriendly wood materials and natural paint.