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The Magic of Indian Cricket

Cricket and Society in India

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The Magic of Indian Cricket by Mihir Bose
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In the last twenty years, Indian cricket has been transformed. With the arrival of global television networks, mass-media coverage and multinational sponsors, cricket has become big business and India has become the economic driving force in the world game. For the first time a developing country has become a major player in the international sports arena. This fully updated and revised edition of Mihir Bose's classic history is a unique account of the Indian cricket phenomenon. Drawing on a combination of extensive research and personal experience, Bose traces the development of the Indian game from its beginnings as a colonial pastime to its coming of age as a national passion and now a global commercial powerhouse. This illuminating study reveals Indian cricket's central place in modern India's identity, culture and society. Insightful, honest and challenging, Bose tackles the myths and controversies of Indian cricket. He considers the game in terms of race, caste, politics, national consciousness and ambition, money, celebrity and the media, evoking all the unpredictability, frustration and glory that is the magic of Indian cricket.

Author Biography

Mihir Bose is a sports writer for The Daily Telegraph. De Montfort University, UK.
Release date NZ
March 8th, 2006
Author
Contributors
Other adaptation by Boria Majumdar Other adaptation by J.A. Mangan
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
18 black & white illustrations, 6 black & white tables, 11 black & white halftones, 1 black & white line drawings
Imprint
Routledge
Pages
304
Dimensions
156x234x23
ISBN-13
9780415356916
Product ID
1683075

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