Child’s playing cricket on the bank of river
Sunbd Desk || Published: 2020-04-30 10:19:08 || Updated: 2020-04-30 10:21:51
Children’s are playing cricket on the bank of dhepa river.near the village of Kantanagar.
During the time of holidays most of the children’s are like to play cricket or football or others.
Here we see some little boy’s are playing cricket on bank of Dhepa river.
This place looking very beautiful and natural.It also like a small desert.
One of the boy nammed Rony say’s that they have not good bat or ball.But they enjoy it very much.
They made their stump with bamboo stick and bought a rabar dews ball from bajar.
This river situated on the bank of a village nammed kantanagar.
It is also near the historical kantaji temple.
The boys say’s everyday in the afternoon they play cricket on this desert ground.
They also inform during the rainy season it becomes flooded.then play stopped.
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