Fun, Fast and Fascinating search for the divine
Party with Shiva is a quick group game that brings together players of all ages in a fun environment to learn about Lord Shiva’s forms, his favorite Bhaktas and his special temples.
This family entertainer can be played at two levels of difficulty:
Sulaba (easy) for beginners and kids
Durlaba (difficult) for the daring and adventurous
An interactive book of games for tiny tots and parents to learn about Ganesha & his symbolism in a fun way.
This is a toddler friendly hard bound book with 5+ games that can be played repeatedly.
Sow the seeds of Indic wisdom in your little one's mind using this colorful and attractive book.
A board game to take you through the green lushes of Brindavan and into 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!
Life of Krishna has life lessons embedded seamlessly into the gameplay so children learn them unconsciously and intuitively. When they win the game, they receive the rolling trophy of golden crown and flute, making them little Krishna.
Watch your children go on a magical journey with little Krishna in the board game which is a sequel to its very popular predecessor 'Life of Krishna Part1'.
Stories from little Krishna’s life are weaved into a journey on this game board. Krishna's life is filled with exciting events - stealing butter from the gopi's homes, chilling with his pet cows, mesmerizing the gopis with his flute, dancing gracefully atop Kaliya, outwitting all demons & finally defeating Kamsa himself to save everyone from his terror. Watch your children go through the roller coaster of little Krishna's life & learn life lessons unconsciously and intuitively.
Why does Krishna play a flute? What does the little mooshika next to Ganesha signify?
This entertaining card game answers such questions with ease for kids.
Kids play three games with a set of 52 cards and through play, learn about Hindu Gods, their motifs & their symbolisms hidden behind the forms.
Get different generations together to play this card game which is not just fun but intriguing and exciting.
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