Carrom, often referred to as "finger billiards," is a popular indoor board game that combines elements of billiards and shuffleboard. Players use a striker to pocket small discs, known as carrom men, into four corner pockets on a square wooden board. An enjoyable and skillful board game that combines elements of billiards and shuffleboard. It is played on a wooden board and involves pocketing carrom men into corner pockets, with the queen as a special objective. Carrom requires precision, strategy, and finesse and is a popular pastime in various regions around the world.