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  1. KREEDA CHAUPAD

    Also known as: Pagade, Pachisi, Chaupar, Aksha Kreeda, Dayakattam, Chokkattan

    Chaupad (A Traditional Indian Dice Game) - Perhaps no other game is played in so many different variations all over India as Chaupad. The variations often have slight differences in the board itself, the type of pieces used or the rules and methodology. One of a family of cross and circle games, Chaupad is believed by many to be among the oldest games from India. Legend has it that Emperor Akbar played it on giant boards with women from his harem moving instead of game pieces. This game is believed to be the source for the popular game - Ludo.

    Age : 5+

    ₹890.00
  2. KREEDA PARAMA PADA SOPANAM

    Also known as: Snakes and Ladders, Moksha Padam, Gyan Chaupar

    Parama Padam Sopanam (Steps to the Highest Place)

    Parama Pada Sopanam means Steps to the Highest Place (where Parama Pada means highest place and Sopanam means steps). This is a traditional version of the popular game of Snakes and Ladders. The game was believed to be symbolic of a man’s attempt to reach God. The ladders represent virtues and the snakes represent vices. The snakes carry names linking them to stories from our epics

    Kreeda has slightly modified the traditional game to appeal to today’s children. Done on a 2 feet by 2 1/2 feet canvas, the game is attractively designed and appealing. All the snakes in the games have names such as Bakasura, Kumbakarna etc. which are representative of certain vices. The instruction sheets with the game give a short story of these characters to make it more appealing to children and parents who may not know the tales.

    Age :3+

    ₹980.00
  3. KREEDA BAMBARAM

    Also known as: The Top and String, Lattu, Bangaram, Pambaram

    Spinning a top is a fun experience for children - a skill that unfortunately seems to be dying out. Kreeda’s bambarams are brightly coloured in the trademark red and yellow. The non-rust nails make the top safer for the children. Suitable for children over five and adults.

    Age : 8+

    ₹220.00
  4. KREEDA KATTAM VILAYATTU - I

    Also known as: The Square Game – Level I, Noughts and Crosses, Teen Goti

    Kattam Vilayattu or the Square Game is a fun variation of noughts and crosses. Designed to be a pocket game that can be carried around, it comes in three levels of increasing difficulty. It makes an ideal take home gift for parties or to carry along for travel. A two player game, it is suitable for children over five and adults.

    Age : 5+

    ₹185.00
  5. KREEDA KATTAM VILAYATTU - III

    Also known as: Noughts and Crosses, Chaar Goti

    Kattam Vilayattu (The Square Game – Level III)

    The third part of the series. the object of this game is to get four coins in a row through strategy and planning. Designed to be a pocket game that can be carried around it makes an ideal take home gift for parties or to carry along for travel. It is a game requiring intelligence and quick thinking.

    Age : 5+

    ₹210.00
  6. KREEDA KATTAM VILAYATTU - II

    Also known as:The Square Game – Level II, Noughts and Crosses, Teen Goti

    Kattam Vilayattu (The Square Game – Level II)

    The second level of Kattam Vilayattu is designed to be a pocket game that can be carried around. A slightly more difficult version than the first, it makes an ideal take home gift for parties or to carry along for travel. A two player game, it is suitable for children over five and adults.

    Age : 5+

    ₹200.00
  7. KREEDA PANCH KONE

    Also known as: Nakshatra Vilayattu, Nav Goti

    Panch Kone (The Game of The Stars)

    This is a popular game across the country and examples of this game board can be seen carved in old temples and monuments. This is a strategy game that is loads of fun.

    A single player game, it is designed so that it can be carried around easily. It makes an ideal take home gift for parties or to carry along for travel. It is suitable for children over five and adults.

    Age : 5+

    ₹210.00
  8. KREEDA VANAVAAS

    Vanavaas: (Adventures in the Forest) Part I of the Ramayana Series

    This is a game conceived by Kreeda, and follows the footsteps of Rama, Lakshmana and Sita through the forest. In the Ramayana, Dasharatha, Rama’s father, is forced by an old promise to send Rama, his eldest son away to the forest for fourteen years. Rama is accompanied by his wife Sita and brother, Lakshmana. In the forest they have many adventures and face many hardships. Vanavaas - The Adventures in the Forest lets you understand their experiences and brings you face to face with the demons they meet in the forest. In the game, the footsteps are pictured as sandals - the old and traditional footwear worn by forest dwellers and rishis. The game is played with long dice which are the traditional dice in India. This game begins with Rama and Lakshmana leaving Ayodhya and follows their adventures in the forest. The game takes you through the stay at Chitrakoot, Bharata’s encounter with Rama, the meeting with Shoorpanaka and the incident of the golden deer. The idea of the game is to introduce the characters of the epic to children in a fun package which is easily absorbed and retained. It is suitable for children over five with some adult guidance. Now available with paduka shaped coins.

    Age : 4+

    ₹910.00
  9. KREEDA SEARCH FOR SITA

    Also known as: Search for Sita (A Sequel to Vanavaas) Part II of the Ramayana Series

    This is a game conceived by Kreeda, and is a sequel to Vanavaas. In the Indian epic Ramayana, Dasharatha, Rama’s father, is forced by an old promise to send Rama, his eldest son away to the forest for fourteen years. Rama is accompanied by his wife Sita and brother, Lakshmana. Vanavaas - The Adventures in the Forest follows their experiences until the kidnapping of Sita.

    In this sequel, you follow the adventures of Rama and Lakshmana as they search for Sita and seek the help of the vaanaraas or monkeys.

    Age : 5+

    ₹1,040.00
  10. KREEDA THE BATTLE OF LANKA

    The Battle of Lanka (The War Game); Part III of the Ramayana Series

    This is a game conceived by Kreeda, and is the third part of the Ramayana series. In the Indian epic - the Ramayana, Dasharatha, Rama’s father is forced by an old promise to send Rama, his eldest son away to the forest for fourteen years. Rama is accompanied by his wife Sita and brother, Lakshmana. Vanavaas - The Adventures in the Forest follows their experiences until the kidnapping of Sita.

    In the second game, the Search for Sita, you follow the adventures of Rama and Lakshmana as they search for Sita and seek the help of the vanaras or monkeys. Hanuman finally finds Sita in Lanka where she is a prisoner of the demon king – Ravana.

    Rama and Lakshmana, along with their new friends Sugriva and Hanuman decide that the only option is to fight a war with Ravana and rescue Sita. It was a mighty battle fought between the rakshasas led by Ravana and the vanara army led by Rama.

    Age : 6+

    ₹440.00
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