Curling is a game that requires players to get around a target area which is preoccupied with an ice sheet. Four rings are drawn to distinguish four distinct segments within the target area wherein each of these players are needed to slide stones. A shuffle board, boule and bowls lie closer to this. The target mark is circular in shape and is termed as house; all players are needed to slide stones called “rocks” across the ice curling sheet in the direction of the house. Eight stones are needed to be pushed in total. Obtaining the highest score for each game set is the main purpose of this event; stones landing nearer to the center of this house are bound to accumulate higher scores. The event comes to an end when all participants have pushed stones at the house; there are about eight or ten ends to each game.