The great cricketer of Gujarat was forced to graze buffalo.

We love cricket very much and we also love cricket players very much. The name of the players is very high and at the same time their popularity is also high. As we all know cricket players, the player who once led the Indian team to the semi-finals is now playing hide and seek for his father's livelihood. 

Very few people have heard the name of cricketer bhalaji damor but he took the Indian cricket team to the international level and now he works to graze goats and buffaloes and earns his livelihood by doing small jobs at home. 

In the year 1998, blind cricket reached the semi-finals of the World Cup on its own. He scored 3125 runs in 125 matches and took 150 wickets. Bhalaji Damor, a resident of Piprala village in Aravalli district, was the highest wicket-taker in his category. 

ગુજરાતી માં માહિતી વાંચવા માટે - અહી ક્લિક કરો 

Presently bhalaji damor lives in his village farm, he has common small land for cultivation and lives with his brother and wife in common mud house for living and earns his livelihood by rearing cattle.
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