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Lagori is a game played by kids in various parts in India. Small pieces of broken tiles are kept one on the othe. Balls used for this game are made by tightly wrapping a thread on pieces of cloth and plastic covers. Kids choose one of them as a 'thief' to through the ball on the stack of tiles. The thief chases other kids to hit with the ball when they all try to make the stack. The kid who gets hit by the ball becomes thief for the next round for the game. English:
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