Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Cricket-The first Love

India is a Nation where Cricket is like a Temple and cricketers are like Gods. We can say India=Cricket=Game. Cricket runs through our veins. You cannot avoid cricket in India. Everyone around you is playing. Words won't be enough to describe this Gentleman's game. Its love runs in every Indians blood as oxygen is required by every human being to survive. 

According to me the best thing about this game is that boundaries are required to play this game but creates a feeling of unity in all Indians with different caste, class, race , color,region or sex. People celebrate India's win as if they are celebrating Diwali. Its not just the moment of joy but the pride which every Indian feels in winning the game. It is this thing that brings excitement, joy, pain, happiness to both the players and the spectators. Its unpredictability is what makes this game even more popular. Like any other sports Cricket teaches a good sportsmanship,honesty, discipline and never say die spirit.

If there is a load shedding or a power cut during a cricket match , people just go crazy and god forbid , if its a game between India and Pakistan than the emotions every Indian goes through is unbelievable. Everyone would love to stay connected with the game and this is possible through one and only UC Browser. Each and every moments of the game is worth watching and no body would like to miss them. UC Brower is making this  possible , no matter where we are.

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Today most people love the game of cricket because they play it. Happy indeed are they. They fill the schools, and the Universities, and the Clubs, and the Village sides, and even the streets where the three chalk marks on the wall serve as wickets. All lovers of cricket there is a kind of music in the sound of the great names, the sound of Grace and Hobbs, the sound of Trent Bridge and Old Trafford; but the greatest music of all is the sound of the bat against the ball. There’s this wholly mythical idea about the Indians' love for cricket. It is often touted as the reason why there’s no level playing field in India, the cause behind other sports finding the going tough. People don’t arrive in hordes to see, say, a hockey match, as they do at a one-day cricket fixture. People don’t spend couch time on, say, volleyball, as they do on a T20 contest.

So this is the reason why we feel the need to be connected!!!

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