Indian Ludo Changa Po is one of the oldest board games extant, still being played in certain parts of India. There are references of this game in some ancient India.
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Indian Ludo Changa Po is a two,three,four-player board game from ancient
India. This game is an example of a “fully observable” system that has an element of chance introduced by the roll of special dice and an element of strategy (the strategy being the pawn the player decides to move after the roll of the dice). While traditionally played with 4
cowry shells, dice can also be used.
This game is called by various names in different languages in different regions of India. This list shows the name, the language and then the region:
Changa po – Rajasthan
Chauka Bara – Kannada – Mysuru region
Katte Mane – Kannada – Rural Mysuru
Gatta Mane – Kannada – Rural Mysuru
Chakaara or Chakka – Kannada – North Karnataka
Pakidakali – Malayalam – Kerala region
Ashta Chamma – Telugu – Andhra Pradesh/Telangana
Daayam or Thaayam – Tamil – Tamil Nadu
– Hindi – Madhya Pradesh
– Hindi – Jabalpur,Madhya Pradesh
Kavidi Kali – Malayalam – Kerala
Chunga – Hindi – Madhya Pradesh
Kach kangri – Marathi – Maharashtra
Ahmedabad Baji – Gujarati
Chomal Ishto – Gujarati
Kaangi chaala – Gujarati
Cheeta – Madhya Pradesh
Chanda – Madhya Pradesh
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