India gives lots of games to all the world in ancient times. So, see some NEW INVENTIONS OF INDIA IN GAMES WHICH WORLD POPULAR.
1.CHESS is NEW INVENTIONS OF INDIA
The game of chess was invented in India and was originally called Ashtapada (which means 64 squares). Later this game known as Chaturanga.
Persians who traveled to ancient India had picked up the game and named it as ‘Shatranj’. Also, there is an indication of board games similar to Chess in the archaeological sites of Indus Valley civilization.
India has a total of 37 Grandmasters, the most famous being former World Champion Viswanathan Anand.
Kabaddi is a contact sport that is around 4,000 years old. It is another sport that started in Tamil Nadu. Kabaddi is a contact sport that originated in Ancient India. International rules of Kabaddi and the Indian Kabaddi styles – Sanjeevani, Gaminee, Amar and Punjabi.
Today, it is the national sport of Bangladesh as well as the state game of Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Haryana, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Punjab, and Telangana.
Ludo was first played in the 6th century and the game was called ‘Pachisi’. This game was playing by the Mughal Emperors of India; a notable example being that of Akbar.
In the late 19th century, different variations of the same game were playing in England; in 1896, a similar game appeared that was called Ludo, and thus the name was patented.
It is widely believed that the game originated in the Indian subcontinent at some point in the 18th century. Carrom as we know it today has played for nearly two hundred years, although games of a very similar nature have been played for thousands of years under a variety of names.
Many people state that it was designed by the Maharaja but, it is more likely to have been a game that was adapted from a similar street game from the period. 4 players can play at one time. This does not end up NEW INVENTIONS OF INDIA.