Baghchal also know as "Tiger & Goats" or "Moving Tigers" is a two player strategic board game originating in Nepal. The game is asymmetric in that one player controls four tigers and the other player controls twenty goats/goti/bakhra. The tigers 'hunt' the goats while the goats attempt to block the tigers' movements. Bagh in Nepali means tiger, and chal means move, Baghchal simply means a game where tigers are moved in the game board.

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Baghchal Chautari is developed and maintained by Bhupal Sapkota


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