I created this Sudoku for Sudoku Mahabharat Round 6 themed Neighbhours. I had kept original puzzle very easy. However this puzzle type was not included in the championship. Later I removed many of the givens in this puzzle to make it to medium level. In fact this puzzle is quite easy as compared to one of my previous posted Non Consecutive Sudoku titled Non Consecutive Sudoku (Daily Sudoku League #34).

There are other Non Consecutive Sudoku which one can find here are listed below

Non Consecutive Sudoku (Mini Sudoku Series #30)

Non Consecutive Sudoku (Daily Sudoku League #88)

Non Consecutive Sudoku (Mini Sudoku Series #20)

Non Consecutive Sudoku (Daily Sudoku League #34)

This Non Consecutive Sudoku is my 104th contribution for The League of Extraordinary Ladies and Gentlemen.

There are other Non Consecutive Sudoku which one can find here are listed below

Non Consecutive Sudoku (Mini Sudoku Series #30)

Non Consecutive Sudoku (Daily Sudoku League #88)

Non Consecutive Sudoku (Mini Sudoku Series #20)

Non Consecutive Sudoku (Daily Sudoku League #34)

This Non Consecutive Sudoku is my 104th contribution for The League of Extraordinary Ladies and Gentlemen.

**Rules of Non Consecutive Sudoku**
Classic Sudoku Rules apply. Moreover no adjacent cell pairs (sharing an edge) can contain digits which are consecutive to each other.

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Solution of Mini Sudoku Series Puzzle: Classic Sudoku (Mini Sudoku Series #40)

Solution of Mini Sudoku Series Puzzle: Classic Sudoku (Mini Sudoku Series #40)

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