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2 pairs of 21cards
Card size- 3 inch(L) * 2.5 inch (B)
300 GSM matte paper
Instruction Booklet with Slokas and Meanings
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|Age Group||3 YEARS AND ABOVE|
A unique card game to learn slokas.This is a fun family game that is a great opportunity to connect and bond the Indian way.
Play a memory game !
Deal all the 42 sloka cards facing down and watch your children scream in joy saying aloud the phrase of the sloka as they find the pairs and race to victory.It is the perfect family memory game on a lazy Sunday afternoon. It is your best buddy if you are traveling too as it packed in a small box that can easily fit into
you handbag or your child’s bag.
The cards can be used creatively. if your child’s buddies have come and are little bored, ask them to play a “Dumb Charades” with these cards. They will have loads of laughter as they try to mimic and mime the Ganesh slokas.
Apart from learning slokas, children get exposed to Sanskrit language at a very early age. It offers a great way
to bond with the Indian Gods and get to know them better.