“Teer” is a betting game played in the Shillong, joyous capital city of Meghalaya. It’s quite a big organization for common people living out there and being a wage supporter, played and practiced around North-East corners of India. The rules of this game are quite simple – all you have to do is predict two digits, which is matched with the last two digits of the total number of arrows hitting the target, then you’re the winner. Quite a simple game right?…
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Teer archery has been the traditional sport of the Khasi tribe of Meghalaya for centuries. It is believed that sometime in the early 20th century, people started placing bets on such games. But till the early 1980s, betting on Teer was banned by the state government.
As the newly-formed state of Meghalaya realized it could be a good source of revenue, in 1982 Teer – or betting on archery – was legalized. It is now controlled under the Meghalaya Amusements and Betting Tax (Amendment) Act 1982.