Home
My Puzzles
FAQ
Report bug
Collected Puzzles
User listed puzzles
Random Puzzle
Log In/Out

Famous Afghan 13th century game

Ken Kovacs

A regional Afghanistan game called genfgis that takes place at weddings & festivals.         Using bats & balls.            On hold during Soviet & Taliban years.     It is a horse race.     The ginsegh roots go back to 13th century with Genhis Khan once controled after an invation.

 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZBA
1rnbiggerrprgsaehdhtiodaecss
2evomnieceointgreenssacracyo
3htribalthcaeonddylslginward
4cedosportpmsooihaemelnldkwe
5iikttbgsoionrrnoliaenaisrep
6rvaereuaalnittrrpthonrbdyhp
7yoboowczdsggihaseyroftnrdbi
8gsuwntghkiohoefestivalsroeh
9ltlegaugnalrfrtshtfnerrabcw
10oamafghanistanazadnapahcyoy
11rbmryalpaeqhminnurehdlrknmn
12yefieldamtquickcipekatoeaes
13gabnyprestigenfgisivapfttac
14eewgpznhisrdgslpmisgobdsssa
afghanistanafternoonanybody
bakedballsbarren
batsbecomebigger
buzkashicancarcass
chapandazandirteach
egoserafearless
festivalsfieldfridays
gamegenfgisgetting
ginsengglorygoats
helmentshorsemenhorses
inwardkabulkhan
languagemenmongols
movenationalnorth
northernoldoriginally
otheroutover
persianpickplay
playedprestigequick
racketsricherride
ridingroderoots
sovietsportstrong
taketanktechniques
tribalupway
wearingweddingswhipped

Some of the puzzles that people list for the public get indexed by the search engines (like Google). Some people find those puzzles and cannot figure out how to make a puzzle of their own. So this page now has the navigation sidebar.

There are now buttons on the puzzle so that you can get a clean page, in either HTML or PDF, that you can use your browser's print button to print. The PDF format allows the web site to know how large a printer page is, and the fonts are scaled to fill the page. The PDF takes awhile to generate. Don't panic!





Google
 
Web armoredpenguin.com

Copyright information Privacy information Contact Us Blog