Converse Round of Sudoku Mahabharat 2016 is on the coming weekend and for the next few days, I will be posting the Sudoku types which are going to appear in this championship, so that readers of this blog can have some practice puzzles. I am starting with the Kropki Sudoku. This Sudoku type is very fun to create as once the image for this puzzle is created one does not need to bother about the hints to be put in this Sudoku. Most of the time it is solvable without any internal hints. However, creating the pattern with the white and black dots will be a lot of challenges for this puzzle. So most of the time I have seen this puzzle with random dot patterns. My wish is to create Kropki Sudoku soon in which I can form a pattern with the dots. In fact, Consecutive Sudoku is also a challenge to create patterns. This is the reason nowadays we have a new version of this Sudoku called Consecutive Paris Sudoku or Half Consecutive Sudoku. In this puzzle, not all consecutive lines are given. We may have on similar lines Half Kropki Sudoku, but that puzzle will not be as much fun to solve as the original Kropki. This puzzle is very fun to solve due to its converse rule.
I am posting this Kropki Sudoku in the Fun With Sudoku Series as the 176th puzzle in this series. Can you solve this Kropki Sudoku puzzle?
 Kropki Sudoku (Fun With Sudoku #176)

Below is the solution to the Sudoku puzzle titled Kropki Sudoku (Daily Sudoku League #181)
 Kropki Sudoku (Daily Sudoku League #181) Solution