A Battlefield game in 24 Squares This is a game drawn from an old book
written in Sanskrit by Harikrishna, son of Venkatram in the late nineteenth century. The game
we have here is a simple strategy game described by Harikrishna as a game in 24 squares. We have used the Sanskrit description
he has given as the name of the game. Chathurvimshathi Koshtaka simply means 24
boxes or squares.
This is a
battlefield game where two players with eight coins each battle it out to gain
control of enemy territory. Printed on a colourful canvas, this game can be easily carried along and played
Kids above 8, adults and senior citizens Teachers, HR professionals
Heritage and culture
Battlefield game – helps in developing strategic
thinking and skilful planning.
Eco friendly colourful design printed on canvas.
Drawstring bag to hold game pieces.
Gentle occasional hand wash.
Interlocking box for convenient storage.
Box can be opened and flattened for easy packing and
Rule sheet included.
Easy to carry along and convenient to play anywhere.
Handcrafted pieces. So, variations in colour may exist
depending on the source of the raw materials.
As counters are small in size,
children should be supervised during play.
Breakage is possible on rough
handling. Hand–made items. Individual variations will exist.