Pallanguzhi Board -Fish Model

Brand : NMK
Rs.370
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For Children 5 Years and above

Pallanguzhi (பல்லாங்குழி) is played by dropping shells into pits on a board; It has been a Kids and women's pastime, also an entertaining way to improve math and motor skills. It was also a marathon affair during festivals like Sivarathri and Vaikunda Ekadasi. Pallankuzhi plays a very important role in Tamil literature (see the kriti below). there's even a movie regarding women poets called "SheWrite".

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Pallankuzhi plays a very important role in Tamil literature (see the kriti below). there's even a movie regarding women poets called "SheWrite", that incorporates a famous Pallankuzhi scene. the game is common among kids and older individuals. it's inspired for kids to learn to count and to enhance the eye-hand coordination while playing. Get Pallanguzhi (பல்லாங்குழி) online at Nattumarunthukadai


Description of Pallanguzhi (பல்லாங்குழி):-

  • The game has fascinated researchers keen on unravelling its many anthropological and social aspects. Scholars have conducted researches on the game to find out the various skills of students at various levels.
  • Pallanguzhi is mostly played by Tamil women, both in Southern India and SriLanka. Men also play it sometimes for gambling.

History of Pallanguzhi:

The game has fascinated researchers keen on unraveling its several social science and social aspects. Scholars have conducted researches on the sport to seek out out the assorted skills of scholars at varied levels. Pallanguzh(பல்லாங்குழி)i is mostly contend by Tamil Women, both in Southern Bharat and SriLanka. Men additionally play it sometimes for gambling. The Muslim community of the Tirunelveli region of southern Tamil Nadu plays this Pallankuzhi parlour game on the fifth day once the wedding by using twenty 5 subunit coins in the pits. The bride`s folks provide those coins to each the parties taking part in the Pallankuzhi as per their custom. The type of board utilized in the Kanyakumari region is unique from different ones. The pallankuzhi board is meant in a triangular form, in order that 3 people will play with 5 pits each. All the 3 sides of the triangle have 5 pits every for all the 3 players.  The board is designed terribly nicely and isn't a common form of board.

How to play Pallanguzhi:

Structure - Coral is a wood or metal sporting device. There will be seven pits in two rows. The palanquin (pandi atom) is usually played with tamarind.

  • In a two-player pallanguzhi game (including a right-handed pitcher if the side is a peripheral cavity), the game begins with five pits per pit with seven equal to seven pits per person.
  • For the first time, when one takes his pieces and starts playing, equality collapses.
  • Pieces in the excavator cavity are lost.
  • Lead the pods into a hollow (lack or loss)
  • Tear seven small pits in two rows of land and put them into 5,5 pots.
  • Take what is in a cavity and put it into each of the next pits. When
  • Finished, take it to the next pit and spill it.
  • When a blank is coming up, rub it in and make it to the next pit. 
  • If there are four in a pit, then say it is green Pallanguzhi is associate urban board game, once patronized by ladies in Tamil Nadu Pallankuzhi is contend by dropping seeds into pits on a board It has been a women’s diversion, also associate diverting thanks to improve mathematics and motor skills or a marathon affair throughout festivals like Sivarathri and Vaikunda Ekadasi and is additionally contend throughout the break at geographic point.

Package Specification For Pallanguzhi (பல்லாங்குழி):

Model Name

Pallanguzhi Board  Fish model

Dimensions

 18* 6.5 inches

Sales Package

Fish Pallanguzhi Board, Cowrie shells 72 No's with pouch

Country of Manufacture

India

Number of Players

Two Players

About Pallanguzhi (பல்லாங்குழி)- Fish model 

  • Pallankuzhi is played by dropping shells into pits on a board; It has been a Kids and women's pastime, also an entertaining way to improve math and motor skills. It was also a marathon affair during festivals like Sivarathri and Vaikunda Ekadasi.
  •  The game has fascinated researchers keen on unravelling its many anthropological and social aspects. Scholars have conducted researches on the game to find out the various skills of students at various levels.
  • Pallanguzhi is mostly played by Tamil women, both in Southern India and SriLanka. Men also play it sometimes for gambling.

 

Description About Pallanguzhi (பல்லாங்குழி)

The board has 14 cups, each player controls seven cups, and each cup holds 5 cowry shells.

 

How to Play the Pallanguzhi (பல்லாங்குழி):

  • Five cowrie shells are placed in each cup. The player starting first picks up the shells from any of her holes and, moving anti-clockwise, places one shell in each hole. If she reaches the end of her cups she goes on the other side of the board. When the player drops her last shell, she takes the shells from the next cup and continues placing them in this way. If the last shell falls into a cup with an empty cup following it, the shells in the cup following the empty cup, are captured by the player.
  •   That player then continues play from the next cup containing shells. If the last shell falls into a cup with two empty holes beyond, she captures no shells and her turn is over. The next player continues to play in the same way.
  •  If, after having a shell dropped into it if a cup contains four shells which are called "Pasu" in Tamil, those shells become the property of the player to whom the concern cup belongs. The round is over when no shells remain.
  •  Once the first round is over players take the shells from their stores and fill as many of their holes as possible with 5 shells each.
  •  The winner will have a surplus of shells which are kept in her store. The loser of the first round will be unable to fill all of her holes. These unfilled holes are marked as "Rubbish holes.", and its called "Thokkam" in Tamil.
  •   In the next round, play continues as before, but without the rubbish holes being included and the player who went first in the previous round going second. During the game, if a player has enough shells to fill any of her rubbish holes, they are again used during play. The game is over when a player is unable to fill any cups with five shells at the end of a round.

 

The objective of the Game Pallanguzhi (பல்லாங்குழி):

Kids develop motoring skills in a big way, Memory inducer, and Improves mathematical skills to a great extent.