Sachin Tendulkar Plays Cricket With Locals, Visits Bat Makers, Aman Setu & More; Pics Inside

Sachin Tendulkar visited the Aman Setu in Uri, bat makers of Kashmir Willow and more!

by Tooba Shaikh
Sachin Tendulkar Plays Cricket With Locals, Visits Bat Makers, Aman Setu & More; Pics Inside

After conquering the world of cricket, Sachin Tendulkar is now exploring different parts of India. He shares his experiences with his eager fans who are always happy to know what he is up to. As of now, he is on a visit to ‘Heaven On Earth,’ Kashmir. His Kashmir diaries were a mix of fun and exploration. Sachin Tendulkar visited the Aman Setu in Uri, bat makers of Kashmir Willow and more!

Sachin Tendulkar Visits Aman Setu, Plays Cricket With Locals

The master blaster Sachin Tendulkar is currently visiting Kashmir. So far, his visit seems to have been an amalgam of fun activities and exploration. He visited the Aman Setu Bridge which is located at the Kaman Post on the Line Of Control in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri.

 

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In a couple of reels shared on his social media, he is seen having a lot of fun. He even played cricket with the locals and called it a “Match In Heaven!” Good one, Sachin! He is seen hitting every ball bowled to him.

In the reel, the last ball that he hits is with an inverted bat, meaning, he hits the ball with the handle of the bat. Even then, he is successful in hitting the ball! Goes to show that the Master Blaster Sachin has still got it!

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He Also Visited The Makers Of Kashmir Willow Bat

 

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In a different reel, he visits the makers of the famous Kashmir Willow bat. He reveals, both in the caption and in the video, that the very first cricket bat he ever received was a Kashmir Willow bat. It was given to him by his elder sister.

What is more, he went on to talk about how some of his favourite bats had only five to six grains. Are you surprised to know this? How many grains do you prefer?

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Have you ever been to Kashmir? Are you an ardent admirer of Sachin Tendulkar? Let us know in the comments section below!

Cover Image Credits: @sachintendulkar/Instagram

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