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Title:Awari - Adnan Dhool, Momina Mustehsan - Ek Villian - Lyrical Video With Translation

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Mancala

Mancala, is one of the oldest games played. Mancala is a generic name for a family of 2-player turn-based strategy board games played with small stones, beans, or seeds and rows of holes or pits in the earth, a board or other playing surface. The objective is usually to capture all or some set of the opponent's stones, beans, etc. Versions of the game have been played for at least hundreds of years around the world. The name is a classification or type of game, rather than any specific game. Some of the most popular mancala games (with regard to distribution area, the numbers of players and tournaments, and publications) are: Ali Guli Mane or Pallanguzhi – played in Southern India. It is also called as omanu guntalu in Telugu.This game is also played in rural areas of telangana, India. Bao la Kiswahili – played in most of East Africa including Kenya, Tanzania, Comoros, Malawi, as well as some areas of DR Congo and Burundi. Congkak – South Asia from the Maldives to the Philippines, also known as Dakon, Ohvalhu, Sungka etc. Kalah – North American variation, the most popular variant in the Western world. Oware (awalé, awélé) – Ashanti, but played world-wide with close variants played throughout western Africa and in the Caribbean. Toguz korgool or Toguz kumalak – played in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. Although more than 800 names of traditional mancala games are known, some names denote the same game, while some names are used for more than one game. Almost 200 modern invented versions have also been described. Recent studies of Mancala rules have given insight into the distribution of Mancala. This distribution has been linked to migration routes, which may go back several hundred years. There is evidence that the game was played in Egypt more than one thousand years B.C. It spread from Egypt through Africa, probably with traders moving up and down the Nile.. Excavations in Lebanon uncovered Phoenician mancala pieces dated from the 6th century B.C. Dated sixth century B.C., the statue was discovered lying on her stomach on a marble floor covering a drainage channel from the Roman period (second century AD). Two rows of five holes etched into the back revealed that "it was also used to support a board game called Mancala, derived from the Arabic word naqala, meaning literally move," said the lead archaeologist, thus referring to the explanations provided by Irving Finkel, an expert on ancient games in the British Museum.

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