Lagori – Seven Stones – Pitthu Satodiyu Traditional Indian Game Regional adaptations: Popular with the names of Lagori in Hindi, Pitthu in Northern India, and Lingorcha in Maharashtra. This ancient yet fascinating teamwork-oriented game involves precision and strategy. The games’ roots originate 5000 years ago in Southern India and were played by children for leisure. This is a great way to tire yourself out with lots of running, throwing, and stacking throughout the game. Children often played this game in the sunny outdoors, it was said that Krishna played this game as a child, teaming up with their friends and brewing up friendly rivalries, but Lagori is a great way to build social skills and sportsmanship qualities. Crafted with Love: Ancient Living’s Seven Stones uses colorful hand-painted fine-wooden blocks instead of stones to prioritize the safety of the players. The ball is made of rubber to reduce the risk of injuries. This allows more flexibility as this traditional outdoor sport can be played indoors as it will not damage the furniture and articles inside the house.