The coming weekend is the next round of Sudoku Mahabharat(SM) 2018. It is themed on Irregular and Hybrid Sudoku puzzles. One of the Hybrid Sudoku contains a combination of One Diagonal Sudoku and Disjoint Groups Sudoku. A combination of One Diagonal and Disjoint Groups makes it a very interesting Hybrid Sudoku. I enjoyed creating this Hybrid Sudoku and posting now for the readers of the Fun With Puzzles website so that they can practice for this upcoming SM round. I am publishing this one Diagonal-Disjoint Groups Sudoku in the Fun With Sudoku Series as the 358th Sudoku Puzzle in this Series.

## Rules of One Diagonal-Disjoint Groups Sudoku Puzzle

Standard Sudoku Rules apply. In addition, One Diagonal Sudoku and Disjoint Groups Sudoku rules apply.

### One Diagonal Sudoku Rules

One diagonal (marked by a dotted line) must contain digits from 1-9.

### Disjoint Groups Sudoku Rules

Classic Sudoku Rules apply. Additionally, cells with the same position in 3x3 boxes contain numbers from 1 to 9 i.e no number can repeat in the same position in 3x3 boxes.

 One Diagonal-Disjoint Groups Sudoku Puzzle (Fun With Sudoku #358)
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This One Diagonal-Disjoint Groups Puzzle I am publishing as the #358th Sudoku puzzle in the Fun With Sudoku Series. Here are the next and previous Sudoku puzzles published in this Sudoku series.

Gaurav Kumar Jain said...

18 mins quite narrow

kishy said...

9:59.After breaking your last 2 Sudokus, finally managed to get this one in a decent time.Hope the contest one is achievable too.

Pranav said...

16.04
Very nice one
I was slow at spotting stuff

Unknown said...

Took aprx half an hour to solve after going through cell by cell
But enjoyed

Rajesh Kumar said...

Great timing Kishore to solve this Sudoku puzzle. This is a tough puzzle.

Rajesh Kumar said...

Thanks for solving this Sudoku puzzle and posting your comment.

Rajesh Kumar said...