Wooden Goats and Tigers
Goal: The objective of the tiger is to hunt 5 or more goats and that of the goats is to surround and immobilize all the three tigers.
Contents: 1 Game Board, Wooden Counters- 3 +16 (the traditional turning technique of Channapatna has been used to create these stunningly beautiful pawns using organic colours) & 1 play instruction leaflet.
Benefits: This helps develop strategy and concept of team work by teaching that even though weak, if united, one can vanquish the stronger enemy as a team.
Adu Huli or Goats and Tigers was once a very popular game as we find this game pattern etched on stone floors of many old and ancient temples. The above game pattern is found on the parapet inside the mahadwara of the Chamundeshwari temple atop Chamundi Betta (hill) in Mysuru.
Popularly known as the ‘sheesham wood village’ Saharanpur is home to some of India's finest wood carvers. Dating back to about 400 years in Mughal period, some craftsmen came from Kashmir and settled down in Saharanpur and took this work to earn their bread and butter. Gradually this art got extended amongst common man in Saharanpur.
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Loved the Board game and the quality it is built with, also loved how the company has concentrated on the packaging and the story of the product. The games is very interesting, involves strategizing and decision making. Can help kids evolve the skills in them.