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𝓜𝓻. 𝓦𝓻𝓲𝓽𝓮 😎 23 Nov 18
Snakes & Ladders we call today was played in India as early as 2nd Century BC. Some Historians believe it to be invented by St. Gyandev in 13th Cen AD. It was also a part of moral instructions to children. It was originally called
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Integrated Studies 4 Nov 15
Students learning about the Hindu cycle of life in creative way: Moksha Patam
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Speaking Tree 20 Nov 15
Snake and Ladder was popular in ancient India by the name .
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80sThen80sNow Dec 7
Who Here Remembers Playing “Chutes And Ladders?” While Sold by Milton Bradley Since 1943, “Snakes and Ladders” was originally from India and called Moksha Patam.
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Akash bajpai 9 Aug 15
what knowldege is we are getting. small example Sant gyandev discover snakes and laddrr game named a very concept
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Shailen Pratap शैलेन्द्र 🇮🇳 Sep 3
Unbelievable!!! The 13th century poet saint created a children's game called . The British later named it & diluted the entire knowledge - instead of the original . In the original one hundred square game board, 1/4
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Moksha Patam 27 Jul 16
ORIGINS OF THE BEAUTIFUL GAME OF SNAKES & LADDERS
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SPS 4 Apr 15
Even games like invented by indians like Gyandev lifted by the british & named it as Snakes 🐍 and Ladders. What else?
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SSanjai Kumar 23 Nov 18
Wow ! So they built a church over the temple ! Good to hear temple being unearthed. Nice name too ...
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Akash bajpai 9 Aug 15
sant gyandev has inevented this on 13th century a strong concept to learn bad and good .but we lost
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Moksha Patam 15 Aug 16
We're up and running. Follow the link to the ancient game of self-knowledge -
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aysha jyoti Sep 16
Replying to @ImShubhJ
May be the Britishers can't pronounce properly That's why they named it 😂😂😂
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India Online Network 17 Jul 16
Did you know that and originated in India traditional &
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O'Odham Jones 18 Nov 15
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Ami 7 Aug 15
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Design 1o1 18 Mar 16
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Yasmina Haryono 22 Apr 18
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Design 1o1 18 Mar 16
Arduino an open-source microcontroller > Inputs/outputs :0
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Supersmall 19 Nov 18
It’s almost time. Pre-show excitement/jitters
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🕉️Shivoham🔱🚩 Oct 23
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