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Veda Pathi players were also seen appealing for a wicket in Sanskrit on the field.
- Commentators also continued to pronounce in Sanskrit about Corona
- It has been organized for fourteen years to promote Sanskrit.
A unique Sanskrit cricket competition was organized on Thursday in the grounds of Sampurnanand Sanskrit University among the students of Vedas. In the match, all the Batuk players took to the field wearing a traditional dress dhoti-kurta with a tripund on the forehead. The competition was organized on the 77th foundation day of Shastharth College, Dashashwamedh.
Only players were allowed to watch Corona
Program convenor Acharya Pawan Shukla said that the one-day competition was organized in view of Corona. Only students are admitted. A total of six teams have participated. The finals will be played in the evening. The effort of all of us is that the students studying Ved should not be underestimated. They can also join cricket or other sports like other students.
Acharya Shesh Narayan Mishra did commentary in Sanskrit.
Commentary was also done in Sanskrit, Hindi and English
Chief commentator Acharya Sesha Narayana Mishra did commentary in Sanskrit. The long Chutia Dhari Sanskrit Ved Pathi Batukas fiercely hit a four. Celebrated when the same wicket fell. Student Mahesh Pandey told that we are considered only Vedapathi. We can’t play any game. We played the match, breaking this falsehood.
Umpires also wore dhoti-kurta and rudraksha beads in the cricket match.