New Delhi: The Lal Bahadur Shastri National Memorial Trust, in collaboration with the National Museum, organised the 26th Lal Bahadur Shastri Memorial lecture at the National Museum in New Delhi.
Former Cricketer of Indian team Sunil Gavaskar delivered the lecture on The Changing face of Indian Cricket. He was welcomed by Shri Anil Shastri, Chairman Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management. On this occasion PGDM students of Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management were also present.
Former Cricketer of Indian team Sunil Gavaskar delivered the lecture enlightening works of Lal Bahadur Shastri ji in all capacities as a political leader that reflected a way of life in his dressing, eating and work. He embodied eternal universal values of humanity. He preached and lived these values. India had the unique privilege of having truly a prime minister who quintessentially represented Bharat.
Sunil Gavaskar underlined the Changing face of Indian Cricket as saying that “Indian captains have been fortunate to have the principles same as Shastri ji. Changing the face of Indian cricket is not going to be easy. We as a nation can go high together only when we together. Earlier when team defeat’s had to bear the rage of the audience but with the change of time the mindset of generation comparably changes a lot.”
Furthermore, he added that “1960s was the glamour’s decade of Indian cricket. Now India team is famous for having good bowlers and the team becomes a renowned face not only at home but also overseas. Presently India became the place everybody wants to come and the Indian team everybody wants to invite”.
On addressing the gatherings Anil Shastri, chairman Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management said “His life continues to teach us lessons of integrity and simplicity, which can transform an ordinary person into a moral force.
Mudit Shastri Share the journey of Sunil Gavaskar and the interactive session ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Sunil Shastri.