Paheli is a game based on the theme of Ramayana with 300 plus riddles on our Indian culture. Paheli is a 2-4 player family game, India’s culture is among the world’s oldest cultures; about 4,500 years ago. India is a very diverse country, with different regions have their own distinct cultures. Indian culture has a rich heritage of signs and symbols. These symbols have deep meaning and have been part of our heritage over the ages.
This game helps one understand these symbols such as, Why we wear a bindi? Why do women wear bangles? Why we worship tulasi? Why do we break a coconut? Why do we place betel leaves in festivals? Why do we celebrate Diwali? Why do we celebrate Krishna Jayanthi?
With Nuclei families, most parents themselves aren’t aware of our rich heritage and meanings. This game would help families understand our culture and significance in a fun manner. It will also help tourists, NRIs living abroad understand Indian culture. It can bring both grand children and grand parents together.
This game would delve interest and curiosity in children to ask questions and develop creative thinking. So that the future generation of India are well aware of our wonderful culture. The game board is divided into pathways rather than having a big game board, to facilitate that every time one plays a new layout of the game board is formed.
The theme of the game is based on the Ramayan, an epic that narrates the story of Rama, the seventh avatar of the Hindu God Vishnu. Sita has been kidnapped by Ravana! Your task is to find and rescue her. But in order to do that you must first find Rama, Lakshmana and Hanuman before Ravana reveals his ten heads! Else, your rescue mission will be a failure. The first one to reach Sita wins! In order to find all these characters players need to answer riddles related to Indian Culture, Festivals, Symbols, Gods & Goddesses
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|Dimensions||28 × 18.5 × 8 cm|