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Snakes & Ladders
This game was
invented by Hindus to
teach their children
how to reach Moksha.
Can you guess how ?
Achieving Moksha: Snakes &
Ladders
To reflect on how good karma and bad karma
bring closer to, or further away from, Moksha
Key Word test: write the definition
The soul, an
indestructible
part of Brahman
The atman becomes reborn into a new life form
Atman
Re-incarnation
Universal spirit
A different form of a
Brahman present in Avatar particular god
everything
from reKarma Good or bad Actions, Moksha Freedom
birth
which have consequences
Snakes and
Ladders
Check the meaning of these
with your partner. Which of
these KARMAS are BAD
(snakes) and which are GOOD
(ladders) ?
1. Truthfulness
2. Theft
3. Praying
4. Sharing
5. Vulgarity
6. Debt
7. Greed
8. Helping someone
9. Thoughtfulness
10. Lust
1. SNAKES: Write in the bad karmas (below)
in their boxes. Add in 3 more of your own.
Then draw a snake’s tail going DOWN to a
square of your choosing. Make the length of
the snake reflect the badness of the action.
2. LADDERS: Now look back at your notes
about the 4 paths to reach moksha. From your
notes, add 8 things you do (2 for each of the 4
paths) that would help you reach Moksha. Eg
path of devotion – you would PRAY. Make the
length of the ladder reflect the goodness of
the action.
Snakes are found at the following squares.
BAD KARMA
41 is for Disobedience
44 for Arrogance
49 for Vulgarity
58 for Lying
62 for Drunkenness
69 for Debt
84 for Anger
92 for Greed
99 for Lust
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drunke
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**When you have finished, colour / shade in the squares which have a snake’s heads in
them or a ladder bottom. Wrtie BIRTH in No 1 and MOKSHA in No 100. Write a set of
instructions for how to play the game.
3 things that..
• Bring you closer to Moksha
• Bring you further away from Moksha
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