The moment their order arrives, Archana Reddy and Sangeetha Rajesh turn into jittery youngsters excited about new games to play. “We’re usually more excited to play our own games and about how they look and feel than selling them,” says 36-year-old Archana, who started Good Old Games exhibits with Sangeetha to revive age-old indoor games. The duo organised their third exhibition in Saptaparni, a public cultural space in Hyderabad’s Banjara Hills in August, which was “a big a hit among elders”.
“We are possibly the last generation that can pass on these games to our offsprings. Digitisation has taken over childhood. Only if we expose our children to these traditional recreational games, will they ever stay from going extinct,” says 40-year-old Sangeetha....................Read more
Source: The New Indian Express