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Tiger & Goat, Navakankari

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Tiger and Goat game is said to have originated in the 9th Century and is seen inscribed on the floors of several temples in India. This fabric set in the part of the Temple Series, that draws inspiration from the etchings at Lepakshi, Belur-Halebid temples. This set comes in the form of a scroll and is a neat and handy travel companion. Includes colorful glass pawns; game rules are printed on the reverse side of the scroll. The packaging is from Central Karnataka

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India has always been known for being a land of immense innovation and intellect. Brains, intelligence and an ability to reason were qualities encouraged even in children. These qualities became tools used and honed through a lifelong quest. It is no coincidence that India is also the birthplace of many games - many of them forgotten, all of them addictive, eco-friendly and built using local resources. We present to you, some of the games that have been played in India, since antiquity

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Tiger and Goat game is said to have originated in the 9th Century and is seen inscribed on the floors of several temples in India. This fabric set in the part of the Temple Series, that draws inspiration from the etchings at Lepakshi, Belur-Halebid temple.