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