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Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Game board collection

These board games and accessories have been collected by the team of researchers of RKP on field trips to different places across India.

Neem wood Aligulimane - Napoklu village, Virajpet, Kodagu, Karnataka.^

Folding Aligulimane - Periyapatna taluk, Mysore district,Karnataka.^

Brass sheet metal Aligulimane - Tanjore, Tamilnadu.^


Marble Chess Board - Agra, Uttar Pradesh.^

Brass Aliguli Mane casted in traditional lost wax process - Mysuru, Karnataka.^

Fish shaped wooden Mancala board - Shivaganga, Tamilnadu.^


Rosewood pallanguli board inlaid with teakwood - Karaikudi, Tamilnadu.^

Inlaid Chess board - Mysore, Karnataka. Camel bone Chess set - Jaipur, Rajasthan.^


Ganjifa cards and box - Mysuru, Karnataka.^

Ganjifa cards and box - Sawantawadi, Maharashtra. ^

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

can you mail me rules of Ganjifa as I have to submit it tomorrow in college. I am studying at NID. My email id: manish_d@nid.edu

Vasudha.dilip said...

hi
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Anand said...

Hi,

Nice post. The ganjifa sets look pretty. Can you tell me from where i can get a set for myself? for eg, a dasavathara ganjifa or a ramayana ganjifa set.

Saurabi said...

Excellent games i love board game/s.

danloyal80 said...

hi there, really love the chess board!

say, is there any chance of getting one like that ? ? is it for sale ?


thanks a lot for sharing!



dan
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Raghu Dharmendra said...

Dear Dan,

Both chess boards featured in this post are old ones. Anyhow, new similar boards are available.