Dandi Biyo (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially till May 23, 2017, when officially Volleyball was declared as the national sports. Volleyball was declared as the national game of Nepal in 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. However, the popularity of Dandi Biyo is decreasing day by day and government has not implemented any policies under the preservation of Dandi Biyo due to which it is supposed to be extinct in near future. The popularity is going down.

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  • Dandi Biyo (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially till May 23, 2017, when officially Volleyball was declared as the national sports. Volleyball was declared as the national game of Nepal in 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. However, the popularity of Dandi Biyo is decreasing day by day and government has not implemented any policies under the preservation of Dandi Biyo due to which it is supposed to be extinct in near future. The popularity is going down. (en)
  • Dandi Biyo (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially until May 23, 2017, when officially Volleyball was declared as the national sports. Volleyball was declared as the national game of Nepal in 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. The government has not implemented any policies for the preservation of Dandi Biyo, and along with decreasing players, the game is expected to be extinct soon. (en)
  • Dandi Biyo (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially until May 23, 2017, when officially was declared as the national sports. Dandibiyo was declared as the national game of Nepal in 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. The government has not implemented any policies for the preservation of Dandi Biyo, and along with decreasing players, the game is expected to be extinct soon. (en)
  • Volleyball (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially until May 23, 2017, when officially was declared as the national sports. Dandibiyo was declared as the national game of Nepal in 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. The government has not implemented any policies for the preservation of Dandi Biyo, and along with decreasing players, the game is expected to be extinct soon. (en)
  • Dandi Biyo (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially until May 23, 2017, when officially Volleyball was declared as the national sports. Dandibiyo was declared as the national game of Nepal in 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. The government has not implemented any policies for the preservation of Dandi Biyo, and along with decreasing players, the game is expected to be extinct soon. (en)
  • Dandi Biyo (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially until May 23, 2017, when officially Volleyball was declared as the national sports. Volleyball was declared as the national game of Nepal on 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. The government has not implemented any policies for the preservation of Dandi Biyo, and along with decreasing players, the game is expected to be extinct soon. (en)
  • Dandi Biyo (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially until May 23, 2017, when officially volleyball was declared as the national sport. Volleyball was declared as the national game of Nepal on 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. The government has not implemented any policies for the preservation of Dandi Biyo, and along with decreasing players, the game is expected to be extinct soon. (en)
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  • Dandi Biyo (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially till May 23, 2017, when officially Volleyball was declared as the national sports. Volleyball was declared as the national game of Nepal in 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. However, the popularity of Dandi Biyo is decreasing day by day and government has not implemented any policies under the preservation of Dandi Biyo due to which it is supposed to be extinct in near future. The popularity is going down. (en)
  • Dandi Biyo (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially until May 23, 2017, when officially Volleyball was declared as the national sports. Volleyball was declared as the national game of Nepal in 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. The government has not implemented any policies for the preservation of Dandi Biyo, and along with decreasing players, the game is expected to be extinct soon. (en)
  • Dandi Biyo (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially until May 23, 2017, when officially was declared as the national sports. Dandibiyo was declared as the national game of Nepal in 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. The government has not implemented any policies for the preservation of Dandi Biyo, and along with decreasing players, the game is expected to be extinct soon. (en)
  • Volleyball (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially until May 23, 2017, when officially was declared as the national sports. Dandibiyo was declared as the national game of Nepal in 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. The government has not implemented any policies for the preservation of Dandi Biyo, and along with decreasing players, the game is expected to be extinct soon. (en)
  • Dandi Biyo (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially until May 23, 2017, when officially Volleyball was declared as the national sports. Dandibiyo was declared as the national game of Nepal in 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. The government has not implemented any policies for the preservation of Dandi Biyo, and along with decreasing players, the game is expected to be extinct soon. (en)
  • Dandi Biyo (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially until May 23, 2017, when officially Volleyball was declared as the national sports. Volleyball was declared as the national game of Nepal on 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. The government has not implemented any policies for the preservation of Dandi Biyo, and along with decreasing players, the game is expected to be extinct soon. (en)
  • Dandi Biyo (Nepali) is a game usually played in rural Nepal and was considered the national game unofficially until May 23, 2017, when officially volleyball was declared as the national sport. Volleyball was declared as the national game of Nepal on 23 May 2017. Dandi Biyo is played with a stick (Dandi) about two feet long and a wooden pin (Biyo) about six inches long. The pin is a small wooden stick with pointed ends. It is similar to the Indian game Gilli Danda. The government has not implemented any policies for the preservation of Dandi Biyo, and along with decreasing players, the game is expected to be extinct soon. (en)
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