Category Archives: Sudoku


Sudoku is one among the latest crazy puzzle followed by many people throughout the world.

Worldwide the sudoku is being played with Numbers 1 to 9.

I have done so many different kinds of sudokus.

Diagonal sudoku

Multiplication sudoku

Diamond shaped sudoku

Zero sudoku

Fractional Sudoku

Encrypted Sudoku

and Sudoku for year

This sudoku 1953 satisfies all conditions of normal sudoku.

All the 3 x 3 small squares will give a total of 1953. All vertical, all Horizontal and additionally BOTH DIAGONAL totals are also gives 1953

Encrypted sudoku

Encrypted sudoku

It is UNIQUE in the world.  A serial of sets of sudokus are formed from left to right and Name of  a great person or thing  is encrypted  using  numbers 1 to 9 repeatedly. All sudokus are full fledged sudoku with all vertical, Horizontal and each 3 x 3  small squares are filled with 1 to 9.

Unique in the world encrypted sudoku done for the famous Indian Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan

The name “Sririnivasa Ramanujan” is encrypted in the Sudokus.  The word  “Srinivasa” is made with continuous letters 1 to 9 repeatedly.  For example the letter “S” contins 14 square and filled with the numbers 1 to 9 and once again with 1 to 5.   The next letter ” R ” will begin with the next number 6 and filled with 6 to 9 and from 1 to 9 onwards.

Each seperate coloured 9 x 9 squares is a full fledged sudoku with all the     3 x 3 squares are filled with 1 to 9 and all horizontal and vertical lines are also filled with 1 to 9.

This an UNIQUE featured one.  Also I have done encrypted sudoku for Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi and many more leaders.

9×54 Ramanujan sudoku

This is a variation of the popular puzzle Sudoku.

Ramanujan Sudoku 9x54
Ramanujan Sudoku 9×54

The word “RAMANUJAN” occupied 89 cells and numbers 1 to 9 are used 9 times each and the balance filled with 1 to 8. 8 along with the properties of NORMAL SUDOKU.

1) The entire word “RAMANUJAN” is first written using 119 squares (or cells).
2) Numbers 1 to 9 are filled inside each of these letters.
3) In total, the numbers 1 to 9 are written 13 times and the remaining cells are filled with 1 and 2.
4) We then take each Sudoku of 9 x 9 individually and fill them. The total number of squares that are covered for the word/letter are filled 1 to 9, the adjacent Sudoku (in the right) will commence with the numbers next to the last with 1 to 9 till it fills in the alphabet in that 9 x 9 Sudoku, and the next word/letter will start with the filled number.
For example, the first sudoku contains 20 squares, that are filled with 1 to 9 two times and the balance with 1 & 2. Hence the next Sudoku will commence with 3 to 9, 1 to 9, and so on.