Goli Gundu

Goli Gundu

Considered a street game, it requires a spherical toy made from glass, clay, steel or plastic. Golli is also called “kanchey” in North India and is still played by children and adults alike.
Vish Amrit

Vish Amrit

Popular mostly among children, it is a chasing game played in large groups. Due to western influences, this game is also known as “Lock and Key” where one person is the denner and they chase the other players.
Langdi

Langdi

Played mostly in Maharashtra, the game consists of two teams and the team that wins the toss defends first. The team that tags the most defenders wins.
Maram Pitthi Game

Maram Pitthi Game

This is an Indian version of a dodgeball game and is played with a rubber or tennis ball by a small group in a small enclosed area.
Aankh Micholi (Hide and Seek)

Aankh Micholi (Hide and Seek)

Known to help children hone their sensory skills and tactical sense, this game requires one of the players to be blindfolded and catch the others, while the rest scatter to avoid getting caught.

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