Probably common everywhere. It is also known as marble game. During the British rule, glass bullets or marble were imported to this country. Before that it was played with the help of burning clay bullets. Soil shots are still in use in rural areas .... Boundaries are drawn by making small holes in the open yard or field and cutting the spots seven to eight hands away. Later two or more boys play together. The one who gets the donation tries to throw all the bullets from the spot and throw them in the hole. Those who fall into the pit get possession of them directly; And any one of them is scatteredHe hit himself with another shot as directed by the opponent. If he succeeds, he also gets the bullet. And if his own bullet touches any other bullet while killing, then as a punishment he has to give one bullet. The second continues to play the same pattern with the remaining shots. The more efficient he is at shooting and hitting, the better he is at this game.