Negotiating spaces: No boundaries for cricket
The beach is not ideal for cricket but tell that to them! Time to work on those diving skills while you are at it.
The air may be a bit thin and the outfield too rocky to be a Jonty Rhodes, but that didn't stop these young monks play around the Lamayuru monastery in Ladakh.
A regular sight in the streets of India, there is a vast majority in this country who use creative substitutes for stumps and will continue to do so for years to come.
Can’t blame them for selecting a picturesque spot on the banks of the River Ganges in Varanasi.
The kids from the crowded slums too happen to find some sort of space to play their favourite game. Audiences include the four-legged variety too.
We see foreign teams moan about dustbowls in India. Now this is what you call a dustbowl! We should get them to play here…
Kids from different age groups can be seen finding their own spaces to indulge in their favourite sport. Even the buffalo manages to fit in here!
Rain or shine, the cricket goes on. How can the weather gods stop us from playing our favourite game?
When there is space to play, who cares about appropriate gear?
This man sits by his food cart while watching a game of cricket in a park in Kolkata. A drinks or a lunch break is always on the agenda and this man will be at your service. He may just hinder a few runs though.