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No Pads.. No Gloves, Innocent Hands Held The Bat, ‘Grandfather Of Cricket’ Told The Story Of Childhood

Sangeeta Viswas
1 month ago

IPL 2024: No pads.. no gloves, innocent hands held the bat, ‘Grandfather of Cricket’ told the story of childhood. Sourav Ganguly… a name who is recognized among the most successful captains of India. Whenever Ganguly came on the field with the bat, the bowlers of the opposing team would get stunned.

India Achieved Many Heights Under The Captaincy Of ‘Dada’

He also started his career with a brilliant century and when he got the captaincy, he made it a habit to win the country. Today the whole world knows and recognizes Ganguly as ‘Dada’. India achieved many heights under the captaincy of ‘Dada’.

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It was under his captaincy that former Indian team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) made his debut. Not only this, Ganguly has also been the former President of BCCI and currently he is the director of Delhi Capitals team in IPL.

No Pads.. No Gloves, Innocent Hands Held The Bat, ‘Grandfather Of Cricket’ Told The Story Of Childhood

Ganguly Shared An Anecdote About His First Bat:-

Recently, at the launch event of DP World’s Beyond Boundaries initiative held in New Delhi, Delhi Capitals Director Sourav Ganguly shared an anecdote about his first bat.

Actually, whenever there is talk of the game of cricket, the first picture that comes to everyone’s mind is bat and ball, because without these two this game is completely incomplete.

No Pads.. No Gloves, Innocent Hands Held The Bat, ‘Grandfather Of Cricket’ Told The Story Of Childhood

As times are changing, changes are also being seen in things. Earlier bats used to be simple, but now quite advanced bats are seen.

Ganguly said in An Event That The Most Important Tool is the ‘Bat’

Meanwhile, former Indian cricketer Sourav Ganguly said in an event of DP World that the most important tool is ‘bat’. Ganguly also told that he held his first bat at the age of 13.

He further said that in his time there was not so many equipments like gloves or pads, but the most important thing was the bat. Ganguly said that after getting the first bat, I remember there was no limit to my happiness.

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Ganguly also told that even today he has all those bats with which his memories are attached. From his first bat to his last Test bat, he has preserved every bat.

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