While we are witnessing the metamorphosis of the natural world into an augmented playground, simultaneously we are leaving our roots of originality behind.
In the midst of the lockdown, I interviewed my parents for what they did in their childhood,
when there was no computer and no smartphone to bind our time with PUBG and other addictive games. Their answer was pretty much simple like their time before technology has attached itself to our lives. They used to play simple and ordinary things like “gullie- danda” “chakka daudh” and many more games that had the essence of joy and tranquility which bound one’s human spirit to the realm of the natural world. Their answer made me question and want to create something that will strike the technological way of playing games and give relief to our rotting brain cells.