Pachisi Native game

Pachisi, known as Chaupad in Hindi, Pagade in Kannada, Parcheesi in English, Sokkattan in Tamil, Pagdi Pat in Marathi – is an invention of medieval India. The game has been a been traditionally played for centuries, and features often in Indian mythology. It’s the mother game of several board games that followed; a game that captured the attention of Akbar – a devoted player of Pachisi!

Hand-stitched by Raw silk and woven with the finest fabric, this board lives up to the grandeur of the game, leaving you to time-travel to the days of kings and courtyards.

Crafted in Raw silk:

This exotic and quintessential fabric darts its origin way back to the Indus Valley Civilization. Its smooth and rich silk is non-slippery and strongest of its kind. Reputed to be the finest and delicate form of fabric, it was the appealing choice of Ancient Living in the making of its most-loved games!

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Hand-made Coins: Pachikalu and the coins are sculpted to perfection by our versatile and skilled artisans using earth-friendly wood materials and natural color paint.

Fun in the Box: Packed in an Earth-Friendly Box for safekeeping and zero threat of damage.

Pachisi:

A Traditional Indian dice game played with 2 or 4 players.

Its beauty lies in its variations. Regionally the basic board, the dice or coins and sometimes the rules or methodology itself may differ. There is also a belief that this game may have been a precursor to the modern day board game-Ludo.

The next time you decide you want to indulge in exercising your mind in a board game; try beating your opponent in the ways of the kings by playingChausar.

Keeping in mind the many factors, Ancient Living game boards are handmade from eco-friendly materials to give you a much improved, fun experience with zero guilt.

So, if you were wondering how to engage your kids in a mind game, or parcel your acquaintances a gift native or abroad, this oldest and most played a board game in the country is your best choice and a must-have in your living room

Dimensions: 60×60 cm

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