Janmasthtami is here soon and as we know, kids love Krishna for all his naughty tales and tricks! As a kid, my grandparents always recited stories of Krishna every night, and I love passing down these stories to my kids too because of the values we get to impart. These old tales never get old.
So how do we do that?
Don’t worry – we have got you covered – from books to introduce to your children to stories by Shubh Villasji – we have everything under one roof for you to epxlore with your chilld.
Today, on FinditonKSP, we recommend a game that is just going to take your kids into the world of Krisha right away. It is the best way to make them fall in love with our favourite deity because every child loves fun and games. This game is simple to play, with easy rules – and here’s an opportunity to get the grandparents involved too.
Scroll down to know more about the game.
What is The Life Of Krishna – Board Game
Life of Krishna is a board game that takes children on an adventurous journey through Krishna’s life as they immerse themselves in exciting stories, play challenging games, and learn the value represented in the story.
Tell me a little more…
- This game brings ancient Indic wisdom to young minds in a fun and innovative ways.
- They combine storytelling, skill development, and learning of values into physical games that offer unlimited excitement and entertainment.
- Life of Krishna parts 1 and 2 board games teaches values through storytelling in a non-preachy way. Isn’t that exactly what we need?
- Board games are an essential part of growing up because it teaches you many life skills. Gaining the om points in the game will put a smile on the little kid’s face.
- Stories from baby Krishna’s life are weaved into a journey on the game board. Each player chooses his/her Krishna feet coin to travel through the life of Krishna. When you reach a story, play the game and earn Om coins. We love how they have weaved in every element of Krishna through different parts of the game.
- There are around 11 stories, such as Mischievous Krishna – Miss a turn, Fruit seller’s secret, Krishna- the best buddy, and more! These stories are engaging, exciting, and everlasting.
- The little players will emulate the same cheer as they progress through the game, and this is a fun way to encourage them the concept of win and loss
Sudha Murty always said introducing mythology to your children was very important, and we can’t think of a better way than a game!
Where to buy: Life of Krishna, Gurucool