Subtitle: "Ein indisches Strategie-Spiel" ("an Indian strategy game"). Each player receives 12 pieces of one color: one Pujari (high priest), one Mahout (elephant handler), two Sowar (riders) and eight Jawan (soldiers). The goal of the game (played on a board with 7x7 tiles) is to bring 5 of your own pieces in alignment (horizontal, vertically, or diagonally), or to bring your opponent down to only 4 pieces. At the beginning there aren't any pieces on the board. On your turn you can either place a piece on the board, or move one of your pieces (how it moves depend on it's type as mentioned above). It's possible to remove one or more of your opponent's pieces by surrounding them with your own pieces.