With our children (and some of us adults as well) stuck to gadgets, it is becoming important to experience forms of play other than mobile games. Board games bring people together through competitive and cooperative gameplay. They encourage family time, quality engagement with friends, speed up response times, develop logic and reasoning skills, and improve critical thinking skills. In addition, playing board games teaches us how to handle losing well (no whining), how to handle winning well (no gloating) and on being happy for others. Playing is an important source of relaxation and stimulation for adults as well. In the designated space for board games enthusiasts, there is a stimulating environment for skill sharing, cross-generational play and hosting games. Want to come together with some friends for an afternoon game? How about hosting a competitive game series on Indian board games like Ashtapada, Chaturanga, Vamana guntalu, Meka puli aata, Pachisi?