TOWARDS THE RACK
The Tuju Para game is popular among the local community around the 1950s. Basically the game uses rubber seeds or rubber bands, sticks or two-branched twig, bamboo cut into four pieces and rope.
The two sticks or two-branched twig are spiked in parallel onto the ground and act as the rack pillar. The bamboo pieces are tied on the sticks or twigs and act as the rack. Player turns are determined by hurling the rubber seed or rubber band towards the starting line in front of the rack. The player whose rubber seed or rubber band is closest to the starting line will start the game.