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Ancient Indian Board Games

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Indian board games are the activities, played from ancient times for pastime and amusement. These are usually contests based on rules and decided by the skill, judgment or sometimes on luck alone. Popular ones are chess and pachisi. Chess originated in North-Western parts of India during the Gupta period and...
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  • Indian board games are the activities, played from ancient times for pastime and amusement. These are usually contests based on rules and decided by the skill, judgment or sometimes on luck alone. Popular ones are chess and pachisi. Chess originated in North-Western parts of India during the Gupta period and then spread to Persia.
  • Many games were modified in the new countries and are known by different names in different countries through the basic principles of the game are similar. For instance, Pachisi is known as Ludo in England and Parcheesi in the USA.
  • This book recounts the Indian ancient tradition of playing board games, some games transformed and transported to outside the country.
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