Chopad is a skill and intelligence based board game. It is believed that Chopad was the game played between the Kauravas and the Pandavas in the epic Mahabharata. The Mughal Emperor Akbar was so fond of this game, that he had converted the ground of his Court in Fatehpur Sikri itself as a huge board for playing Chopad. This is a Chopad game set covered with Rabari Embroidery. Women belonging to the Rabari community of Kutch, Gujarat have handcrafted this game set using locally available objects and craft items. While the fabric on chopad board has Rabari embroidery, the playing pieces are made with hand crochet over supari or betel nut.
Quantity: 1 game set including 1 cloth board, 16 hand embroidered players in 4 colours and 6 cowrie shells