The earliest evidence of this game evolution in India is the depiction of boards on the caves of Ellora. The contemporary version was played by the Mughal emperors of India; a notable example is Akbar. Pachisi (ancient name of Ludo) was modified to use a cubic die with a dice cup and patented as “Ludo” in England in 1896. The Royal Navy took Ludo and converted it into the board game Uckers.
All Sports Alberta Foundation (ASAF), in collaboration with Pakistan Canada Association (PCA), hosted a successful and In-Demand Ludo Tournament at the PCA Hall on 18 January 2020. The popular event was sold out within 5 hours of making the program public. Registration was started with 16 participants but due to the popularity of this game, registration was increased to 32 players with 10+ in the waiting list.
Ladies from all over the city attended to compete in this Tournament that also provided music, food, laughs, and other fun activities. Congratulations to the winners of the tournament:
1st place, Selma Fakhar
2nd Place, Tabinda Faizan
3rd place, Muneeba Khan
Special Thanks to Honorable Minister Leela Sharon Aheer, Honorable Minister Rajan Sawhney, Honorable MLA Muhammad Yaseen, and Special Guest DR. Abdul Rahman for attending the program for the Inauguration and for the distribution of awards.