Analyzing the origins of cricket, this book puts forward the theory that cricket was actually invented by the Indians and then adopted by the British. It also examines reasons for the popularity of the game and discusses controversial milestones in cricketing history.
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Ashis Nandy is at Centre for the Study of Developing Societies.
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