- Carom is a traditional Indian game played on a square board with a pocket in each corner. The object of the game is to score points by piercing small wooden discs (carrom men) with striker discs. In
- Carrom, players take turns hitting carom men with a batting disc, trying to score as many checkers as possible. Points are awarded for each holed piece, and the player with the highest score at the end of the game wins.
- Carrom is a popular game in India and other countries, often played by children and teenagers. The game requires hand-eye coordination, aiming and dexterity and is considered a fun and challenging game. Carrom is competitive at the national and international level, with numerous national and international carrom tournaments and championships held each year. Additionally, games require strategic thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making, and are therefore used as tools for educational and cognitive development.