Inspired by the folklore of Ravana, Indic Inspirations brings you a wooden dartboard with the 10 faces! Use the wooden dart board to AIM for the GOOD – knowledge of the Shastras, Vedas or as symbols of modern day knowledge OR aim to get rid of any of your VICES and limitations such as Anger, Greed and Envy. Thats the duality that symbolised Ravana's TEN Heads! Aim for Ravana’s navel, his nemesis – your BULL'S EYE! 

Use this eco-friendly method to celebrate Ramlila, aim at this reusable board instead of burning Ravana’s effigy on Dusherra day!! Made from eco-friendly cork material this dartboard will keep you and your family and friends entertained with a sport and a story.

Ravana, one of the most powerful beings ever to roam the earth is also known as the supreme anti-hero in Ramayana. He was the king of Rakshasas and is depicted with 10 heads and 20 arms, giving him the name of “Dasamukha” (10 faced) or “Dasagriva” (10 headed). He was born to Sage Vishravan and Asura mother Kaikashi.

Ravana’s 10 heads symbolise the 6 Shastras and 4 Vedas, making him a great scholar and the most intelligent person of his time. He was a master of 64 types of Knowledge and all arts of Weaponry. A highly learned Brahmin, He is known to have compiled Sama Veda with the relevant musical svaras (notes) and his Shiva Tandava Stotra is yet the most popular hymn ever sung in praise of Lord Shiva. His ten heads thus stood for this multiplicity of his genius.

In congruence with the duality of existence, Ravana’s 10 heads also symbolise the 10 emotions or senses in man: Kama (lust), Krodha (anger), Moha (delusion), Lobha (greed), Mada (pride), Maatsyasya (envy), Manas (mind), Buddhi (intellect), Chitta (will) and Ahamkara ( the ego).

Enjoy the game with friends and family or with your kids as you relive your childhood and discuss the story of the triumph of good over evil, that you first heard as a child from your grand-parents!

The wooden dartboard game includes 4 matching darts and Gaming Instructions.