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Rubik’s Cube will help children engage themselves in productive, mind-challenging, brain development puzzle which is one of the World’s most loved and popular games.

Erno Rubik a Hungarian invented the Rubik’s cube or the Magic cube as it got popularly known as in the year 1974. Since then, it has caught the attention of all the puzzle game lovers across the World. As of Jan 2009, 350 million cubes have been sold worldwide, making it the World’s top selling puzzle game. The World Cube Association organises competitions regularly and maintains official world records. The Guinness Book of World Records conducted the 1st World Championship in Munich in 1981and the official winner Jury Froeschl solved the puzzle in 38 seconds. Since then it continues to be popular and the record time to solve has kept improving. Recently the world record for average time per solve was set at the Australian Nationals 2012, with a 7.53 second average solve tim

Invented in 1974 by ERNO RUBIK from Budapest, Hungary Solving Rubiks cube has been of the greatest puzzle involving significant concentration, mind and body coordination, sharpness and quick reflex. Solving a puzzle stimulates your brain, enhances your thinking and analytical power, helps you improve your concentration and focus. Rubiks Cube is the best-selling puzzle in history and continues to challenge folks. Solve this ultimate brain teaser by rotating the puzzle so each side has one color. When the cube is rotated, the edges and corners move and the cube becomes scrambled. The challenge of the puzzle is to restore each cube to its original position. The cube is extremely challenging because there are many many ways to solve and the best brain solves a cube in the least possible time.

Erno Rubik, an architect and professor at the University of Budapest developed the first working prototype of the Rubik's cube in 1974. He received a Hungarian patent in 1975. Professor Rubik created the cube as a teaching aid for his students to help them recognize three-dimensional spatial relationships and improve engineering skills. He program is applicable to all age groups. The activity is well suited to enhance the analytical capability and to improve the confidence level of children, college students, adults etc.

Solving all sides of Rubik's Cube at the least possible time involves skill, reflex, focus and concentration. We personnel provide systematic training on various aspects involved in solving Rubik's cube.

The program leads to :

· Increase in competency skills
· Increase in focus and concentration
· Increase in sharpness and capacity of your memory
· Improves speed, hand, eye and brain coordination
· 3 dimensional Analysing Power
· Matching & Projection skills
· Increases alertness as one develops speed


Key Benefits of solving Rubik’s Cube:

· It is a great exercise for the brain
· It improves eye-hand coordination
· Improves general concentration
· Increases problem-solving ability
· Increases speed of focussed thoughts
· Improves maintenance of short-term memory
· Improves spatial awareness
· It demonstrates the need to practice
· Develops sharp mental reflexes
· Develops patience, determination and persistence
· Exposure to algorithms and approach to mental programming
· Improves overall cognitive skills


Rubik Cube