Leylaj

Symbolizes an accomplished gambler. Leylaj (in Persian: لیلاج) Abolfaraj Mohmmad Ibn Abdolah (died: Around 970 AD), was a famous and skillful chess player who lived in Shiraz, during Az-Dawla Dailami’s era, and wrote the book of ‘Chess Configurations”. It is said he lost all his belongings in gambling. “Persian Amid dictionary"

Dears, what is available to you for free on the website of Leylaj Magazine is part of a series of activities in which we have tried to review various aspects of games, entertainment, gambling and betting, away from going to extremes.

Gambling and betting, regardless of entertainment, have always had a historical and cultural dimension among human societies, providing opportunities for fun and togetherness. Furthermore, lands such as Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan, which are traditionally referred to as Persian-speaking countries, have witnessed gambling culture being deeply entangled within general public and even among courtiers through ups and downs of their history, as its evidence is obvious to everyone today.

Any how, nowadays that unilateralism and taboos have lost their value more than ever, it is a good opportunity to review issues of gambling and betting without fear and with a correct view.

In this regard, based on our primary intention by launching Leylaj Magazine, we try to provide the basis for interaction with casino entertainment, like many other topics, only in its correct form and by raising awareness that prevents prejudice.