Game: Pachisa

Game: Pachisa


The pachisa game is a combination of Ludo and Shatranj, the Indian chess game played as long ago as the time of the great Hindu epic Mahabharata. The pachisa game played on a five piece painted wooden board with four sides and a center. This game has received a boost with its popularity among the tourists and is now crafted and sold in many gift stores in Katmandu Valley.

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