the main reason for doing so is that the surface becomes smooth n in terms of science to reduce "friction" that wud exist between the board n the striker due to which it will move more swiftly with lee deployment of power..!!
Talcom powder is applied to reduce friction.
as friction increases after putting talcum powder in carrom coins , and that's why it starts to move faster....
To reduce friction or to make the surface smooth
Powder is applied to reduce friction between the surface of the board and the pieces.
to reduce friction
If the board has gotten smudged, use windex glass cleaner and paper towels.
a peice of wood that u use to wash clothes
chalk powder has calcium carbonate in it. calcium carbonate is a non soluble substance it is easier to filter it, dr Hussein moussa
That depends on how fine the powder is. if it is like sand, it probably wont burn that easily, but if it is as fine as flour, then it will burst into flames in 1 second
so that their is less friction because of the less friction the carom coins slide
Ive including a picture of the carom board i use, in case you were interest
No it is not.
(carrom board OR carrom palagai) -Since it is a game, same name is used in Tamil.
To make carrom board smooth and to reduce friction
No. It is a Paskitiani traditional game that they play
Some examples of squares are chessboard, carom board, square rubber stamps, and tiles on the floor.