Team India will not play any match on the occasion of Diwali because of this, BCCI took a big step: Cricket has always been organized on the occasion of Diwali. It is believed that cricket fans enjoy the match fiercely on such occasions.

Many big matches have been played during Diwali, in which one can hardly forget Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) ‘s unbeaten 183 runs in the match against Sri Lanka in 2005. Apart from this, the leg-spinner Amit Mishra’s bowling bowling against the Kiwi team in 2016 is also a never forgetting match. Apart from this, many big matches have been played on the occasion of Diwali, but that will not happen now.

The official BCCI broadcaster star feels that there are not enough buyers for the games in and around the Festival of Light. Talking to IANS, a board official said that after discussions between Star and BCCI on the matter, it has been decided not to organize any matches around Diwali.

 Spend Time with Family on Diwali

According to a study, people like to spend more time with their family on the occasion of Diwali. After a study, Star told the board that there are not many buyers for matches in Diwali Week as everyone prefers to be more with their family. Apart from this, the players also like to be with their family on this occasion. Apart from this, people in the festival prefer to spend more time in their homes instead of coming to the ground and watching the matches.

Perhaps after studying all these things, this time the schedule of the Indian team has been set in this way. This domestic season will give players a chance to spend time with their family as the last Test match against South Africa ends in Pune on 23 October.

After this, a T20 match will be played against Bangladesh on November 3 in Delhi. Diwali is on 27th October, so the team will get a chance to spend time with their family. The board official said that Star has done a lot of study on this, after which this conclusion has been reached.

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