Get ready to ride through little Krishna's life. Snippets from the life of Krishna based on the Bhagavat Purana have been transformed into a board game. Krishna's early childhood is worth experiencing & learning from owing to it's exciting nature. No matter what the circumstance, Krishna always spread lots of happiness around him & faced every challenge with a smile. Children playing this game will do the same!
Roll the dice, travel through the stories of little Krishna - every story offering a game to play and a value to learn. Earn OM points at every level- the one with the maximum OM points wins the Golden Flute & becomes Krishna.
Game board, Gameplay Book, Pouch with Om coins, Feet coins & numbered dice, White maze box & 2 marble balls, Palm basket
Little Krishna cutout, Illusion cube images (4), Small colour patches (20), Dice with images (3), Flatpack pins (3 Blue, 3 Yellow), Alertness cards (6)
Coloured Balls (2), Golden Flute
In the deep dark dungeons of the evil king Kamsa was born baby Krishna. In this game, help Krishna get out of this prison without falling through the trapdoors.
Our mind with many limitations & conditions is like the prison maze- but when divinity is born, we can easily find the way out.
Little Krishna was born on a stormy & rainy night. When Vasudeva carried him outside, he saw many magical things happen- all the prison guards fell into deep sleep, the Yamuna river humbly split herself to give way for them to walk through, the Adisesha became the umbrella to protect them from rain & storm.
We can cross all difficulties in life if we carry Krishna (noble thoughts) on our heads.
Krishna reaches Gokul- home to the cheerful Gopas & Gopis. Krishna’s new home, new parents Nanda & Yashoda, the excited neighbours, & everyone under the sun are waiting to welcome Krishna into their lives with his new name.
Learn a short & sweet Sanskrit shloka on Krishna to gain points
Putana, the poisonous demoness, was sent by Kamsa to put an end to baby Krishna. She came disguised as a beautiful lady & took Krishna into her arms, everyone else got fooled but not Krishna. He found her real demonic nature behind the fake beauty.
What you see needn't be real always. Look deeper to defeat Putana. Don’t let your eyes fool you.
Trinivarta was the whirlwind who tried to carry Krishna away from his mother Yashoda. Krishna becomes heavy & crushes him.
Similarly greed covers us in dust, blinds us and carries us away from our loved ones. Greed gives us a lot but steals away everything also. Become firm in why we want what we want. Don't get carried away.
Balrama, is the powerful & loving brother of Krishna. Krishna & Balrama have grown up together & faced every challenge hand in hand. Balrama is said to be the Avatar of the great Adisesha (snake bed of Lord Vishnu), the protector of Lord Vishnu. When Balrama is by the side of Krishna, there is extra power.
At a village party, baby Krishna was sleeping & had to be kept somewhere safe. So Yashoda placed him under the cart (Shakata). She didn't know that the cart was an asura waiting to take Krishna away. But Krishna kicked the cart with a thud & broke it.
Recognizing the negatives in us & to kick them out of our life is something we should learn from Krishna.
Once when an old fruit seller saw the loving & sweet Krishna she gave him hands full of fruits not expecting anything in return. Krishna emptied a small fistful of grains into her basket. She happily left but her basket started getting heavier. That is because the little fist of grains had turned into a pile of Gold.
When we give selflessly, without any conditions, we gain in unexpected ways.
Krishna was a close friend to every Gopi & Gopa. He would make everybody feel special whenever he meets them, plays with them, talks to them. He shares whatever he gets with all his friends. So all of them love & admire Krishna. They also bring gifts for Krishna whenever they meet him.
Little Krishna is notorious in Gokul for all his pranks on the Gopis. The Gopis love Krishna & his naughty pranks, yet complain about his mischief to Yashoda. Hearing all the complaints, Yashoda punishes little Krishna by tying him to the heavy mortar.
Once Kubera's sons were so relaxed in playing games, eating & enjoying with friends - so inalert that they didn't even notice the great sage Narada who came there as a guest. He cursed them to become trees because they behaved so. Krishna relieved them from their tree form by crawling between them with the heavy mortar Yashoda tied him to.
Be ever alert & sensitive to everyone present around you.
Sign up to hear from us about our new products and workshops