Also known as: A Cup and Coin Game, Vamanaguntalu, Mancala, Olinda Kaluja, Aliguli Mane, Adu-guni Mane, Chenne Mane, Saat Kooti, Kutki-Boia
Played on a wooden board with 14 cups in it, this is a game of distribution and counting. Variations of the game appeal to different ages and make it challenging and exciting.
While Pallanguzhis were traditionally made of wood, our current need is to conserve forests and trees.
The new Pallanguzhi from Kreeda is made from MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard). This is a type of hardboard, which is made from wood fibres glued under heat and pressure. It can be made from almost any scrap wood that is normally of limited value.
So when you buy an environment friendly Pallanguzhi from Kreeda, you are doing your bit toward conserving the environment.
- Develops excellent math skills and fine motor skills
- One solitaire version believed to be played by Sita while in Lanka
- Believed to be therapeutic for those with arthritic fingers
- 1 wooden MDF board
- 146 game pieces (white stone small)