It’s high time; Other sports than ‘just cricket’ needs to be appreciated now

For years, Cricket has overshadowed and hampered other games, however the stupendous accomplishments as recently Indian competitors may be the clarion require a change to occur. We can never disregard cricket, yet it should take a back foot, in any event for the present.


The most recent couple of months have been productive, fruitful and noteworthy for Indian games. What's more, for everything it has, we are happy cricket has nothing to do with it.


The transcending accomplishment of Hima Das, Dutee Chand, and recently a notable World Championships gold for PV Sindhu, it may be the beginning of something unique - in particular, a change where individuals of the nation invest wholeheartedly and talk about the great work of our competitors. Not about the traditional normal cricket talks.

Cricket has dominated since ages and hampered different games, however, the fantastic accomplishments of Indian competitors may be the clarion require a change to occur.

Hima Das won 6 gold medals in a range of a month, Dutee Chand wins gold at the World University Games, Mohammad Anas wins gold in the Czech Republic, PV Sindhu' gold and Praneeth's bronze at World Championships, are only a few in the tremendous rundown, where competitors have made the nation proud.


These accomplishments are proof that we are something more than cricket, and can give the best running for their cash in different games, as well. There is a need to educate, understand, and combine on this historic and effective stage our athletes are having.


by Lokendra Sharma | Thu, Aug 29 - 12:44 PM

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