It is all started in 4th Century where great Battle – Mahabharata took place and in that battle a smaller version of our game – “Pachisi” invented or better if we say Nomenclature of Pasa is done. The lead roller in this great battle is “SHAKUNI” whose plans culminated into the biggest wars in Indian history. Despite all this thing he is very perfectionist in Pachisi Game.
Shakuni was best known for masterminding the scandalous Game of Dice between the Kauravas and the Pandavas. An expert of magic, Shakuni had his favored dice which would always follows his will. Ignorant of this, the Pandavas were crushed in the betting match. Shakuni Kauravas and the others when they insult and embarrass the Pandavas.
Yet the history of Pasa does not stopped here, it moves to 16th Century were the game of Pachisi was played by Akbar in a genuinely majestic way. The Court itself, isolated into red and white squares, being the board, and a colossal stone raised on four feet, speaking to the essential issue. It was here that Akbar and his retainers played this amusement; sixteen youthful slaves from the group of concubines wearing the players’ hues, spoke to the pieces, and moved to the squares as per the gamble.
Now come to 21st Century this “Pachisi” game had diluted himself into many different ways to play, were modern peoples use this game in different platforms and Devices. In the same way we do have our game – “Pasa game”. Generally Dominoes and Pasa are quite similar to each other, it’s just the boundary that make it different- some people recognize it by dominoes and some are by Pasa, but they are very similar. Well might be some of you are not aware of Dominoes for that – Dominos Basics:
A domino is a small tile that represents the roll of two dice. The tile, commonly called a bone, is rectangular with a line down the center. Each end of the tile contains a number. In the most popular domino set, the double-six, the numbers vary from 0 (or blank) to 6. This produces 28 unique tiles, as shown in the diagram on the right. Dominoes are referred to by the number of dots (or pips) on each end, with the lower number usually listed first. Thus, a tile with a 2 on one end and a 5 on the other is referred to as a “2-5”. A tile with the same number on both ends is called a “double” (or doublet), so a “6-6” is referred to as “double-six”. A double-six is the “heaviest” domino; a double-blank is the “lightest” domino value.
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