As per popular demand, this is a BYOG (bring your own goat) and BYOC (bring your own chiura) celebration. If you don't have a goat and would like to buy one for yourself or gift one to someone else who doesn't have one, both major Nepal-focussed gift sites offer goats and other livestock for sale: - Thamel.com - Muncha.com
Mangal/Malshree Dhun (click second button from left to play) Thanks to Ritthe for allowing us to stream from his site
Cafe Dasain Special Menu (created by Maverick, chief gourmet and connoisseur of the Cafe ) - SNDY's khasi kavav: guffadi house wife harulai - Camo's chipchipe kukhura: patnibrata purush harulai - Jack's bhagera soup - Udashi's udash khasi : udash twat master harulai - Loote's boka ko thungungra jhol: sara nepali boka harulai - Flippy's flop sekuwa kavav - TL's kalejo fry - Audrey's chicken biryani - Danny's chicken damadam - Shrish's shiskavav - Capty's captani deer masu - Rythm's piro piro mo:mo - Deep's chicken deep-fry ( good combo with Deep's local twat:) - Juggy's Chakachak pork chop - Thapap's what-do-i-know kalij soup - Lemony's lemon marinated badel ko masu( good with extra chili) - Avani's Bavani rakati - ImI's mutton curry - Athena's chewla - NPL2US's bheja fry - Maverick's sadeko haas ko masu - Amazing's parewa roast - Kalankistan's khasi ko andra-bhudi, hyakulla ko kabab, kabuli Chana Fry, Hans ko Chwela
(If your item is not yet listed, please post it and it will be added)
Dasain Song (composed by Camo, inspired by Sitara)
On the first day of Dashain, my true love sent to me A Gallon of local rakhsi.
On the second day of Dashain, my true love sent to me Two, online khasi, And a gallon of local rakshi.
On the third day of Dashain, my true love sent to me Three plates of choyella, Two, online khasi And a gallon of local rakshi.
On the fourth day of Dashain, my true love sent to me Four packets of chiura, Three plates of choyella, Two, online khasi And a gallon of local rakshi.
On the fifth day of Dashain, my true love sent to me Five chicken wings, Four packets of chiura, Three plates of choyella, Two, online khasi And a gallon of local rakshi.
On the sixth day of Dashain, my true love sent to me Six onion rings, Five chicken wings, Four packets of chiura, Three plates of choyella, Two, online khasi And a gallon of local rakshi.
On the seventh day of Dashain, my true love sent to me Seven imported drinks, Six onion rings, Five chicken wings, Four packets of chiura, Three plates of choyella, Two, online khasi And a gallon of local rakshi.
On the eighth day of Dashain, my true love sent to me Eight tickets for rotey ping, Seven imported drinks, Six onion rings, Five chicken wings, Four packets of chiura, Three plates of choyella, Two, online khasi And a gallon of local rakshi.
On the ninth day of Dashain, my true love sent to me Nine pictures of durgaa, Eight tickets for rotey ping, Seven imported drinks, Six onion rings, Five chicken wings, Four packets of chiura, Three plates of choyella, Two, online khasi And a gallon of local rakshi.
On the tenth day of Dashain, my true love sent to me Ten Rupees, tika and jamara, Nine pictures of durgaa, Eight tickets for rotey ping, Seven imported drinks, Six onion rings, Five chicken wings, Four packets of chiura, Three plates of choyella, Two, online khasi And a gallon of local rakshi. -----
(Photo credits: Google images - rosemaryandpeter.com, keyway.ca, apptomix.com)
Find it too tedious to greet everyone one-on-one? Copy and paste to say hi
to SNDY, Camo, Jack, Udashi, Loote, Flip Flop, Tamang Lady,Audrey,
Danny, Shrish,Rythm, Deep, Juggy,Thapap, Lemony, Avani, ImI, Athena,
NPL2US, Maverick, Amazing, Kalankistan,Cleopatra,Nepkanchi, Isolated
Freak, NKC, Hi Nanu, Nepaali, Sitara, Aznshawty, Mokshya, Bikash KC, Rockend, Manvi, Captain
(if your name is missing from the list,
apologies in advance. Please let me know and it will be added. This
list is based off Mav's menu with some additions)
hello peeps! what's thungugra jhol mav? never heard of it... thanks for the new thread captain-da-ole-pal
here's wishing you all a very happy bijaya dashami (in advance and in black price) i don't have any bokas to offer to my lovely cafeites, so i, hereby, offer myself hahaha. it costs just a couple of gazillion dollars. let me know if anybody is interested to pet this boka, i will give you my bank account number . Think, Think! it's an offer of a lifetime.
btw, came across this new number and i am kinda liking it. it has this soothing tinge of 60/70's classic which perhaps our parents were brought up listening to. i, for one, don't mind to be reborn in that era, if i were to be reborn at all
wow..seems like the Dashai special has been pretty hit!!! hitting and breaking all the records of the weekend
hmmm..the special menu is really really making me hungry ..about 1 hr ago i realized i forgot to eat diner..ah..well, i will just skip to night..but guys this is unfair....Don't put those delicious item in begining of the thread..I am starving.. If i get hold of mutton curry..no one's even gonna get a piece
Loote my buddy ole pal! How's it going? Nice number there.
Hey, did you get any hiccups today? Because I ran into your fan base this evening... ha ha ha. I had a hard time restraining myself from saying I know you well on Sajha ... he he.
Shirish Dr Saab -
What a demolition today huh? I have pasted an article below, which, if you havent already read, might be of interest to you.
Also, one of the folks I met is into Nepali lit/poems/ghazals etc and really admires your contributions to Sajha.
Brig Ma'am - Weekend was good. Watched any good movies lately?
Rythm - Hi! How was your weekend?
Audrey - How's it going? Any special plans for Dasain?
Danny - ha ha ah ... yeah, that's the one. LOL! Hope the fire in your last post wasn't too bad
Maverick/Rocky/Amazing/Juggy - Hi!
Camo/NPL2US - I missed the footbal action this weekend but saw the Pats did a good job today. Hope you both had a good weekend.
Flips/Avani - How have you guys been? Long time!
Lemony - I trust you must be having more fun doing whatever it is you do and dont have time for this place. Hope you'll swing by ... hey, perhaps we should start a Punjabi Edition or something of the Cafe someday if the folks here are up for it.
Cleo - Hope all is well and your journey was good. As always, my best wishes.
Jar Sab, MIA? How are things?
Lovely Lady - Good nite, sleep tight, dont let the auditor's worries bite re kya ... ha ha h JPT
Athena/Jack/NKC/IMI/Udashi - How are you?
Best regards to anyone else I may have missed.
This song goes out to everyone in the Cafe: Maula Mere
Watch out AL, Boston showing deadly mix of pitching, hitting
OPINION By Michael Ventre MSNBC contributor Updated: 8:15 p.m. ET Oct 7, 2007
Michael Ventre The earth opened up Sunday and swallowed the Angels.
Actually, it just seemed that way. It was the Boston Red Sox who devoured them, and really Saturday was more like the final bite before the last burp. Rarely do you see an entire baseball team push itself back from the table, take a deep breath, loosen its belt, and reach for a mint.
The Red Sox advanced Sunday to the American League Championship Series by completing a sweep of the surprisingly submissive Angels with a 9-1 victory in the best-of-five division series. Although Stanford upset USC on Saturday, proving that just about anything can happen in sports, this result seemed as if it had been etched in stone, or more specifically, in Bill Stoneman, the Angelsâ€™ GM whose mantra is that the Angels donâ€™t need another big bat.
The Red Sox are moving on because, at least in this series against Los Angeles, it seemed like the only kind of bats they have are big ones. They provided a glimpse of that Sunday in the fourth inning off Angels starter Jered Weaver when their prodigious third and fourth hitters, David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez, parked consecutive shots over the fence on a pristine Southern California afternoon for a 2-0 lead.
That held up until the top of the eighth. Perhaps figuring that it wasnâ€™t enough to win, they had to also send a message to either the Indians or Yankees that a baseball tornado was on the way, so they hammered the Angels for seven more runs. That sent the sun-baked throng to the parking lots. It was one of those displays these Red Sox have become known for, even though wind conditions in Orange County and the absence of the Fenway faithful and the Green Monster made things a tad more antagonistic.
The contrast was startling, as it figures to be in the ALCS. The Red Sox had been sliding somewhat down the stretch in the regular season, allowing their formidable lead in the American League East over the Yankees to dwindle to a squirmy margin. But now that that nonsense has been dispensed with, itâ€™s almost like theyâ€™re interested again.
Riding a potent surge of momentum, they have what teams making a run at the World Series crave. The pitching has been top notch, especially from their starters. Josh Beckett was masterful in Game 1, and the grandfatherly Curt Schilling was just as stout Sunday in mowing down the Angels, who have now lost their last nine postseason games against Boston.
Schilling went seven innings, giving up six hits and no runs, tossing 100 pitches, 76 of them strikes. He is now 9-2 for the postseason in his illustrious career, with an ERA of 1.93.
Relying on a relatively new philosophy that eschews heat and embraces artistry, Schilling was greeted enthusiastically by his scruffy dugout mates afterward, who then proceeded to pad the lead off the Angelsâ€™ once-proud relief corps.
â€œTheir pitching probably doesnâ€™t get as much notice as some of the guys on the offensive side of that team,â€ Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. â€œThatâ€™s the heartbeat of that club, and they pitched well in this series.â€
Said Red Sox third baseman Mike Lowell: â€œOur main key is pitching. I knew weâ€™d have to pitch well in order to be successful in this series.â€
But the Red Sox also have the lumber, and they proved it again in this series. Unlike the Angels, who have to rely on generating runs in small increments through elbow grease, hustle, good fortune and prayer, Boston can light it up and bust open a game with sudden ferocity. For Angels fans, it was probably the ideal message to their clubâ€™s brass, a PowerPoint presentation to the corporate heads about what is possible if one only uses some imagination and parts with a little extra cash.
â€œThose guys are very special,â€ Lowell said of Big Papi and Manny. â€œWhen youâ€™re in big games and you need your big bats, they have come through time and time again.
Weâ€™ll have to keep leaning on them if we want to go all the way.â€
मलाई अलिकिती समाए को चिन्ता छ, so सबै मानिस र स्त्री हरु लाई नमस्कार अनी धेरै धेरै शुभकामना ! (i have a feeln even if i got the nepali words right, the arrangement werent in the right order haha)
capt, rythm sis, loote bro..hope all is well :oD..yeah might as well type a bit english (wat i type can be considered english..cant it?:oS ;oP)..thot better dun start any blabbering but i think i spent more time tryn to get the nepali right haha..enuf of ironies!and this really feels like deja vu!:o|
Well this is fked #TPS status doesn’t allow application for Green Cards
हेत्छाकुप्पाको कथा (नेपाली लोक कथा)
म अम्रिकामा adjust हुन सकिन :(
RIP Ujjwal Thapa - US Return Nepali politician
5 questions to ask your friends who plan to get the Covid vaccine
नास ब्रो इन टिक टक :)
Going back home After 18 years
१२ वर्ष अमेरिका बसेर रित्तै फर्केका यी युवा
Congratulations to Nimsdai and the team for a world record summit of K2 in the winter!
What car to buy?
US Ambassador to Nepal interview
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