Thu, 27 Jun 2013 15:45:00 GMT
A different gamble-game altogether: In pictures

The origins of the game, known simply as Siat Khnam or Shoot Arrow and played by men belonging to northeast India's Khasi tribe, are unclear. Participants choose a two-digit number and place a bet on that number. The sum of their haul, if they win, depends on the amount they pay to participate in the game



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Men remove arrows from the target during an archery session at a club in the north-eastern city of Shillong.

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