Throughout the years, a great many fans have made a trip to Kolkata to watch India whip going by cricket groups at Eden Gardens, and East Bengal and Mohun Bagan outscore each other at the Salt Lake Stadium. The city has seen memorable matches, some of which highlight in its most up to date exhibition hall—the Fanattic Sports Museum (FSM) in New Town. FSM houses a noteworthy gathering of memorabilia from Indian and global competitors, crosswise over 15 sports. What separates this gallery from other wearing accumulations in India (there are private cricket galleries in Pune and Chennai) is that it celebrates cricket, football, and hockey, as well as games, for example, chess, golf, and swimming.
The brainchild of veteran games student of history Boria Majumdar, the exhibition hall has various things from Majumdar’s own accumulation—there are Tendulkar’s gloves from when he scored his 100th century against Bangladesh in Dhaka in 2012, P.V. Sindhu’s match pullover from when she won the silver decoration in badminton at the 2016 Rio Olympics, and the gloves Abhinav Bindra wore when he won the gold for air rifle shooting amid the 2008 Beijing Olympics. There are likewise shirts worn by Para Olympian shot putter Deepa Malik and lance hurler Devendra Jhajaria at the Rio Olympics this year. A standout amongst the most intriguing displays in the historical center is tickets to seven Olympic hockey matches where India won the gold award.
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Majumdar’s long relationship with Indian games, first as a researcher and after that as a reporter, helped him gather these things throughout the years. A few, similar to Tendulkar’s gloves, were a blessing, while others were purchased at different sales around the globe. Guests can see a marked pullover worn by Brazilian genius Pelé amid the 1970 FIFA World Cup, and tops marked by tennis players Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, the as of late delegated Australian Open champion.