10 Reasons Why Cricket Is The Most Famous Sport In India

10 Reasons Why Cricket Is The Most Famous Sport In India

10 Reasons Why Cricket Is The Most Famous Sports In India

India is a multi-sporting nation where a variety of games are played on a daily basis. Football, hockey, badminton, tennis is mainly followed and played. Out of these cricket holds the majority share, both in terms of a man following and playing numbers. People in India absolutely love the gentleman’s game and it is the most cherished sport in the country.

From kids playing it in the streets to the oldies having the fun of it at their home, cricket has grown to be a widely popular sport in India. People from all race, religion, caste, creed, colour, and gender love to play cricket in India. The India National Cricket Team has brought a lot of laurels in the world in recent years and this is one of the key reasons behind the sports’ popularity in the country.

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Today, we’ll take a look as to why cricket has gained so much popularity in India and why people go bonkers behind the sport in the country.

10 Reasons Why Cricket Is The Most Famous Sport In India

1. Keep it simple silly

To play the game, you just need a bat and a ball and a minimum of two players can easily play the game. It can be played even in the smallest of smallest dimensions, like a road, a street ally or even in a room!

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Reality check, in India the sport is so horribly popular amongst kids that they frequently play ‘gully cricket’ even in most congested streets!

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