HOWZATT FOR A GAME OF CRICKET!
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If you’ve toured India and not experienced the game of cricket, then you haven’t lived the country yet!
In India, cricket isn't just a game. It is a bona fide religion, a religion where cricketers are Gods and every victory is a festival. There may be many religions in this secular country called India, but cricket unites Indians better than any religion can ever do. The passion, the craze, the thrill and the excitement that the spectators experience is unmatched. Every day, the grounds turn into a melee of whites, as millions of young guys play the sport with fervour and unmatched enthusiasm in their white uniforms. Cricket is India's great leveller. Rich or poor, only talent talks on the cricket field.
What better way to experience this madness of cricket, than being right in the centre of it all! By organising a coaching staff, umpires and a talented group of players, we not only help you to understand and learn all the idiosyncrasies of the game, but aid you to bat, bowl and beat the opponent.
The cricket ground overlooks the beautiful colonial structures - a lunch in this perfect setting after a hard day’s work, makes this truly an affair to remember!
Price on request
We can organise lunch at the venue, for which prior notice is required - Price on Request
Want us to organise a Dabbawala lunch post the game? Send a request!
Things to remember:
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