In India, for most of us, playing gully cricket is considered the proper passage of growth. I grew up in a small society, and boundary walls surrounded the neighbouring buildings. These boundary walls were our line of control. For instance, if the ball was hit for a six and the ball lands over the boundary line, you lose a wicket. Like this, there were many more self-created boundaries.

  • If the ball lands full toss hitting the windshield of an expensive car, you lose a wicket.

  • If the ball lands on the first floor while hitting a six, you score one run.

  • If the ball goes under the car, you score one run.

These boundaries kept the game entertaining.....

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