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Welcome Seekers! Here are our simple free-to-play web games where the goal is to have fun while still learning!

Scriptures

Learn the Gita via a typing game

I developed a typing game as a web app. One can practice their typing skills on an English transliterated verse from Bhagavad Gita, a Sacred book of the Hindus written in classical Sanskrit language. When the player gets it right, they will see the meaning of the verse in addition to their typing speed and number of typographs. 

Try this game on a desktop for best results. 

Learn Thirukkural via a memory game

I developed a memory game as a web app. One can test their short term memory on an English transliterated verse from Thirukkural, an ancient book of proverbs written in classical Tamil language. When the player gets it right, they will see the meaning of the proverb in addition to their speed and number of tries it took them. 

Try this game on a desktop for best results.

Yoga

Learn Asanas by playing a jigsaw puzzle

I developed a jigsaw puzzle as a web app. One can test their solving skills on a image of an Aasana (pose). When the player correctly arranges the tiles, they will see the benefits of the Aasana, and the time taken by them. One can learn more about yoga and the different aasanas. This is supported both on desktop and handheld devices.  

Try this game on a desktop for best results. 

Learn Asana benefits via a Hangman game

I developed a Hangman style game as a web app. The challenge is to guess a phrase describing the main benefit of doing a specific yoga pose (asana) shown in each game. One can test their reasoning and inference skills required to guess where an asana would benefit the most. The player sees the name of the Aasana to aid in the association of the pose with its benefits. One can learn more about yoga and its benefits of various asanas. This is supported both on desktop and handheld devices.  

Try this game on a desktop for best results. 

Search Asana names on a letter grid

I developed a word search in a letter grid game as a web app. The challenge is to search for English names of the yoga poses (asanas) in a grid of letters. One can test their search skills as a words can be in horizontal, vertical, diagonal even in reverse order. When the player correctly identifies the poses, they will see the name of the Aasana, as well as the time taken by them. One can learn more about yoga and the different aasanas. This is supported both on desktop and handheld devices.  

Try this game on a desktop for best results. 

Sanskrit

Learn Panini's Shiva sutra via a sliding game

I developed  a "slider" puzzle as a web app. One can test their grasp over Shiva Sutra in this game.

The player is presented with a slider puzzle containing 16 jumbled up tiles with the aphorisms from Shiva Sutra or optionally alphabets. Their task is to slide the tiles into the correct order. They can listen to the Sutra being recited for clues on the correct order.  One can use Devanagari, Kannada, or Telugu script in this game.

This game can be played either on a desktop or a hand held device.

Learn Sanskrit declensions via a sorting game

I developed a sorting puzzle as a web app. The challenge is to reorder the jumbled up noun declensions of a Sanskrit word assigning them to their correct case. One can test their knowledge of Sanskrit grammar in this game. The player sees the gender of the word, the names of the eight cases and their English prepositions as clues. This is supported both on desktop and handheld devices.  

Try this game on a desktop for best results. 

Learn God names via a connections game

I developed  "connections" style puzzle as a web app. One can test their knowledge and intuition in Hindu theology using this game.

The player is presented with a grid of 16 jumbled up names of 4 different Hindu gods (which as shown as clues). Their task is to identify the 4 groups of 4 names that are each connected to a single god. They get 4 wrong attempts as well as utmost 4 hints. 

This game is best played on a desktop or a laptop.

Numbers

Learn Indic numerals via a Wordle style game

I developed  a "Wordle" style puzzle as a web app but with numbers. One can test their reasoning and inference skills in this game.

The player has to guess a hidden five digit number within six chances . Each guess reveals some clues about the correct numerals and their position in the answer. The twist here is that these numerals are displayed in one of the 11 Indian scripts, thus you implicitly learn it when you solve this puzzle.

This game can be played either on a desktop or a hand held device.

Solving arithmetic puzzles as a game

In collaboration with Wistler, I developed an arithmetic game as a web app. One can test their quick arithmetic skills. There are different difficulty levels to master. We have an android app as well for this game but here is the web app

This game can be played either on desktop or on a handheld device.

Android smart phone application

Guided meditation to find your peace of mind

In collaboration with Wistler and a Buddhist monk, I developed an Android smart phone app for guided meditation and mindfulness. 

"Dhyaan" app consists of three sessions guided by a Buddhist monk: first is Body scan, next is focussed on Breath, finally Loving Kindness.

One can meditate with soothing background sounds if silence is distracting for them.