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Last Date Mar 31,2021 23:45 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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With the change in lifestyle and deepening of western influence, we see one striking difference between modern childhood and the children of previous generation, the lack of Indian ...

With the change in lifestyle and deepening of western influence, we see one striking difference between modern childhood and the children of previous generation, the lack of Indian games. Earlier games had a rich cultural and heritage value and were tools to pass on some ancestral knowledge. They were also suitable for all ages and increased the interaction between generations. If you have any such toy story to share with us that can be an inspiration for others, share with us using #MyToyStory.

Last date of submission is 31.03.2021

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NK Nautiyal 1 month 4 days ago

I remember back in my childhood days I along with my cousin used to play board games like chess and ludo.
During summer vacation my cousin come over and we played ludo under our banyan tree.
Those were the days now ludo also have gone online.
Hurts to see this