HOW TO PLAY:
- Shufﬂe cards together and deal 5 to each player, face down.
- Look at your cards, but keep them a secret!
- Put the remaining cards face down in the center to create the draw pile.
- Decide who goes ﬁrst. Play continues clockwise.
ON YOUR TURN
- TAKE 2 CARDS
from the draw pile and add them to your hand. Later in the game if you have no cards left, pick up 5 instead.
- YOU CAN PLAY UP TO 3 CARDS
from your hand, onto the table in front of you. You don’t have to play any cards if you don’t want to (but you can’t have more than 7 cards in the hand at the end of your turn). Play your 3 cards in any combination of the following:
- PUT MONEY/LUCKY CARDS INTO YOUR OWN BANK
Create your bank by putting money/lucky cards as players need to pay money for Janma Kalyanak, Charity, etc. If you put a lucky card in your bank, it becomes a money card for the rest of the game. If it is used to pay another player, it must go straight into their banks.
- PUT DOWN TIRTHS/TRUSTS INTO YOUR OWN COLLECTION
Lay tirth/trust cards down in front of you to build up full sets. Each card shows how many tirths/trusts are to be collected in that colour set. You can only reorganize your tirth collection on your turn. Get 4 different coloured tirth/trust + 4000 gold coins sets to win the game!
- PUT LUCKY CARDS INTO THE CENTER
Lucky cards can be used to ask charity for Jirnoddhar Fund, Tirth Yatra or ask for tirths/trusts, full sets from other players. Lucky cards can also be put in your bank. Their value is shown on the top left corner.
- END YOUR TURN
If you have more than 7 cards in the hand at the end of your turn (not including cards on the table) discard extras to the bottom of the draw pile so you only have 7. If you have no cards left, take 5 at the start of your next turn.
HOW TO PAY OTHERS
- Cards can never go back into a player’s hand.
- Never pay with cards from your hand, only from the cards in front of you.
- You can pay with cards from your bank, tirths/trusts or a combination of both.
- Change is not given. For example, if a player charges you 400 gold coins and you have 500 gold coins card in your bank, you don’t get any change.
- If you pay with tirth/trust cards, they must go into the other player’s tirth/trust collection and not in the bank.
- If you have no cards in front of you to pay with, you don’t pay at all!
To win, be the first player to collect 4 full tirth /trust + 4000 gold coins sets of different colours.
Get introduced and learn about the ancient pilgrimages(tirths) in jainism. Feel like travelling to these historic and holy lands. And in the future, work towards protecting and uplifting jain tirths.
THE CARDS IN DETAIL
Take charity from all players for tirths/trusts you own in one of these colours. Can also be banked as money. Play into centre to use.
Take double charity from all players. Needs to be played with a charity card. Can also be banked as money. Play into centre to use.
MULTI COLOURED CHARITY
Take charity from any one player for tirth/trust you own in any one of these colours. Can also be banked as money. Play into centre to use.
Draw 2 extra cards from the draw pile. You can play more than one extra chance per turn. Can also be banked as money. Play into centre to use.
All players give you 200 coins as a gift when this card is played. Janma kalyanak can also be banked as money. Play into centre to use.
Take a fund of 500 coins from any one player. Can also be banked as money. Play into centre to use.
UPASHRAY + ART GALLERY
Add these cards onto any full set you own to increase the total charity of your tirths.
- You can only have one upashray and art gallery on any set.
- You can only add art gallery to your tirth after you have added an upashray.
- You can not add upashray or art gallery to trusts.
Can also be banked as money.
Exchange any one tirth/trust (cannot be part of a full set) with another player and add it to your tirth/trust collection. Can also be banked as money. Play into centre to use.
Take any one tirth/trust (cannot be part of a full set) from another player and add it to your tirth/trust collection. Can also be banked as money. Play into centre to use.
EXTRA PUNYA UDAY
Take a complete set of tirth/trust from any one player and add it to your collection. Can also be banked as money. Play into centre to use.
Use this card to refuse any lucky card that is played against you. If that player has a Michchami Dukkadam card, they can use it to refuse your Michchami Dukkadam card. Can also be banked as money.
Play into centre to use.
Each card shows how many tirths/trusts you need of that colour to complete a full set. Can also be used to pay charity and funds if you don’t have money in the bank.
DOUBLE TIRTH/TRUST WILD CARDS
Use tirth/trust wild cards in place of tirth/trust cards. Can be used on one of the colour sets shown. You can swap these amongst different sets on your turn.
MULTI COLOURED WILD CARDS
Multi coloured wild cards can be used as tirth/trust cards of any colour. You can swap it amongst different sets. They have no value and can’t be used to pay with.
GOLD COINS CARDS
Put money cards in your personal bank and Use them to pay charity or funds to other players.
Sumit (verified owner) –
My son love this game
Ronak Dagli –
My kids loving it. Fentastic logical concept and kudos to a thought process of developing cards.
My kid is addictive to this game. It just being playd like monopoly.
Khusboo jain –
I gifted it to a friend a she loved it ..