Today, with social networking, XBOX, Play Stations, Game Boys and interactive apps and games on the mobile phone, one has almost forgotten the traditional games of our country.
There was once a time, when we couldn’t wait to play a game of pakda-pakdi or chupa-chupi with our friends.
Now, much like the dying crafts of India, indigenous games are lesser known amongst the youngsters.
Here are a few of those beautiful games played on a playground. Sorry, no virtual reality here.
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