गैरि खेतमै धाँजा फाट्यो जर्जर भयो माटो हजुर ।
नहरहरु प्वालै प्वाल छन्, चुहिन्छ त्यो कुलो पनि
धान झुल्ने फाँटहरुमा कमिलाको बाटो हजुर ।।
थुनिएर रस्यानहरु भरिएलाकी कुलो, फाँट
भन्ने आशका घाउहरुमा आशकै लाग्यो खाटो हजुर ।।
हरायो पानीको बर्षा ।
भवानीको भयो पुजा
चल्यो आनन्दको चर्चा ।।
जता जाउँ उतै भन्छन् दशैँ आयो, दशैँ आयो ।।
यही आनन्द चर्चाले सबै संकष्ट बिर्सायो ।।
सम्पुर्ण हिन्दुहरुको महान् चाड बडादशैँ को पावन अवसरमा मिलनब्लग यहाँहरुको जिवनमा समृध्दी, प्रगती, र शान्तिको लागी हार्दिक मंगलमय शुभकामना व्यक्त गर्दछ ।।।
(Milan’s Blog wishes you for Peace, Prosperity and Happiness in your life in this auspicious occasion of BADA DASHAIN, the Greatest Festival of all the Hindus).
(The Season of Festivals arrived in Nepal and I think Those festivals will be incomplete without the Playing Cards (Poker Cards). Every people know the Playing Cards very well but there are some more interesting facts behind those cards. Let’s find out some of the artistic explanations about the Playing Cards.)
The mystery of playing cards is that we don't know exactly who invented them. Playing cards date back to somewhere between A.D. 800 and A.D. 1100. There is reference to them in an ancient Chinese dictionary that said they were originated during the time of Seun-Ho around 1120. Supposedly, he used them to amuse and entertain himself and the people he lived with. In Egypt and India they were used for religious purposes.
At first, cards were round in shape. If you've ever dropped a deck of cards, you can appreciate how much easier it would be to pick them all up and get them aligned with circular cards! In about 1500, the cards changed and started depicting the kings and queens that ordered the cards. That's also the time that they became rectangular. At one point, cards became outlawed around 1541, with the king only allowing the commoners to play them around Christmas time.