The game was called Leela and reflected the Hinduism consciousness surrounding everyday life Moksha Patam was associated with traditional Hindu philosophy contrasting karma and kama, or destiny and desire.
A Jain version, Gyanbazi, dates to the 16th century.
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In the original game the squares of virtue are Faith (12), Reliability (51), Generosity (57), Knowledge (76), and Asceticism (78).
The squares of vice or evil are Disobedience (41), Vanity (44), Vulgarity (49), Theft (52), Lying (58), Drunkenness (62), Debt (69), Rage (84), Greed (92), Pride (95), Murder (73), and Lust (99).