Top Reasons Why Cricket Is A Religion In India

Top Reasons Why Cricket Is A Religion In India

Cricket is not just a game in India. In fact, you could consider it as a bona fide religion where cricketers are god and every single victory is a festival.

The madness Indian possesses towards cricket in India is not a hidden thing. From a child to an adult, one could experience a similar kind of enthusiasm while cheering for the Indian cricket team. Cricket undoubtedly bridges the gap between different aged people, bringing them under the same umbrella.

But why is India so much passionate towards this sport? Here are some picked reasons for this universal query.

#1 Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

Who doesn’t know Sachin Tendulkar? Starting his career at the age of 16, Sachin achieved impossible milestones in cricket, creating and breaking records that used to be fantasies for cricketers and cricket lovers. While Indians considered cricket as their religion, they started worshipping Sachin as their ‘God’. One can never forget the moment where every time Sachin used to walk down the pavilion for batting and the crowd just went mad cheering for this legend. Undoubtedly, Sachin is one major reason why Indians consider cricket as their religion.

#2 Cricket Gives Us Heroes Whom We Look Up To

In India, every individual has his/her cricketing hero that they look up to. While some might cheer and appreciate a cricketer like Saurav Ganguly, others are the diehard fan of MS Dhoni who is among the best finishers in the entire cricket history. After all, who doesn’t love watching MS while he saves the day for India in the final overs?   

#3 It Provide Reasons To Celebrate

India is a country that looks out for the smallest of opportunities that demand celebration. Indians are constantly looking out for excuses that can allow them to celebrate together. Can you recall the party Indians had after the 2011 world cup victory?

#4 Cricket Unites The Entire Nation

No matter what is the political situation in India, when it’s about cricket, one could easily find people coming together of all the different religions and castes, cheering for the Indian team. That is the specialty of cricket that binds people together in India. Hindu, Muslim, Punjabi or Christian, when it’s about cricket, we are all Indian.

 

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