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Bheri Bakhri DLP Game   

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Period Modern

Region Eastern Asia, Southern Asia

Category Board, War

Description

Bheri Bakhri ("Sheep and Goat") is a capturing game played in the Garhwal region of India. It is plated similarly to Tablan and other games throughout Southwest Asia and North Africa.

Rules

3x8 board. Eight pieces per player, which start in the spaces of the outer rows of the board. Four cowrie shells used as dice, the number of mouths face up being the value of the throw. A throw of 1 grants the player another throw. A player must throw 1 for the first move of each of their pieces. Players may only play with one piece out of the home row at a time and cannot move the next of their pieces until the piece being played has been captured. Throws of 1 must be used to move a piece in the home row, if possible. Pieces move from left to right in the player's home row, then from right to left in the central row, left to right in the opponent's home row, and right to left in the central row. When a piece lands on a space occupied by an opponent's piece, the opponent's piece is captured. The player who captures all of the opponent's pieces wins.

Das Gupta 1927: 298-299.

Origin

India

Ludeme Description

Bheri Bakhri.lud

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Reference

Depaulis 2001: 64.

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Sources

Das-Gupta, H. 1927. "Two Types of Sedentary Games Prevalent in British Garhwal." Journal and Proceedings of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 23: 297-299.

Depaulis, T. 2001. 'Jeux de parcours du monde arabo-musulman (Afrique du Nord et Proche-Orient). Board Games Studies 4: 53-76.

Identifiers

DLP.Games.653

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