Parcheesi Game Board

Parcheesi Game Board

Parcheesi game board antique reproductions and folk art  of the 19th century Parcheesi game boards. Game boards are handmade, hand painted, signed by artist, most are original designs from Sunrise Acres Farm.  Some are reproductions of antique game boards from the late 1800's

Primitive Parcheesi Game Boards are crafted from wood and hand painted one at a time. Game Boards look great hung on the wall or used to play a game.  Learn to play Parcheesi and add it to your family time activities.

Other Names for Parcheesi are Indian Cross, Circle Game, Pachisi, Royal Game of India, Parchis, Parques, & Ludo just to name a few.

Parcheesi is a brand name American adaptation of the Indian Cross and Circle game Pachisi. Created in India perhaps as early as 500 AD, the board game is subtitled Royal Game of India because royalty played using color-costumed members of their harems as pieces on large outdoor boards. Such a court is preserved at Fatehpur Sikri. The game and its variants are known worldwide; for example, a similar game called Parchis is especially popular in Spain, and Parques is a Columbian variant. A version is available in the United Kingdom under the name of Ludo.

just to name a few.

 

Parcheesi is a brand name American adaptation of the Indian Cross and Circle game Pachisi. Created in India perhaps as early as 500 AD, the board game is subtitled Royal Game of India because royalty played using color-costumed members of their harems as pieces on large outdoor boards. Such a court is preserved at Fatehpur Sikri. The game and its variants are known worldwide; for example, a similar game called Parchis is especially popular in Spain, and Parques is a Columbian variant. A version is available in the United Kingdom under the name of Ludo.


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