Here’s How India’s Own Rubik’s Cube Will Enter the Guinness World Records!

The Edakoodam was invented in the 16th century and is made of wood!

Do you enjoy solving a Rubik’s cube? Do you love the challenge it gives you?

Well, try India’s indigenous Rubik cube, with a twist. The Edakoodam, a block of 6 pieces assembled in a specific manner, was invented in the 16th century and was often used to test mathematical abilities of children.

The objective of the toy is to dismantle all pieces and re-assemble them. The indigenous toy is much tougher than it sounds and will certainly test your genius!

Rajasekharan Parameswaran, an art director and painter from Tamil Nadu is attempting a world record with Edakoodam. How? Watch this video to find out!

Featured image sources: Wikimedia Commons/ Wikimedia Commons

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