Ancient Indian Board Game- Mancala Mancala , also popular as “bean hole “ in ancient era is a generic name for a game involving stones, beads or seeds and rows of holes or pits dug in the earth or any other surface. It is a 2 player game that was popular in Tamil households and is more commonly known as “Pallankuzhi”. it consists of a wooden game board with pits, pawns and an instruction manual.The game encourages children to learn counting and also improves their hand and eye coordination.it helps to build on their cognitive skills, identifying good move from a bad move. It trains one to think analytically and strengthens memory and concentration and improves one’s calculation skill.The board is made of wood and the pawns are of stones which are eco – friendly and 100% safe for children.
₹400.00 Inc. Tax
- Strategy & War Games
- Material: Wood
- Minimum Age: 3 years
- Analysis & Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Social Skills
Availability: In stock (can be backordered)