CAB plans to keep Dhoni's memory in a museum in Eden


BanglaHunt Desk: The relationship between Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Eden Gardens is very old. One of the rising stars of Indian cricket at that time in 2005 was Mahendra Singh Dhoni. 148 in Vizag against Pakistan, followed by 183 in Jaipur against Sri Lanka. Mahendra Singh Dhoni responded to Indian cricket by scoring two centuries in a row.

After that, Mahendra Singh Dhoni came to play for Shyambazar in the P Sen Trophy, a local cricket tournament in Kolkata. Dhoni rocked the entire Eden Gardens with his great batting performance, even scoring 200 runs in an innings. Since then, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been a cricketing paradise to play for the Indian cricket team, and has been the captain many times. Besides, Dhoni has set foot in Eden Gardens many times to play in IPL.

World Cup-winning India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has just retired from international cricket. And then the Eden Gardens authorities are planning to collect Dhoni's memories. Despite retiring from international cricket, Mahendra Singh Dhoni is still in the eyes of cricket fans in Kolkata. And so, after Dhoni's retirement, the CAB authorities want to keep a collection of some of the cricket equipment used by Dhoni, including a memoir of his three World Cup victories, at the new museum at Eden Gardens.