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Take a look at India's only cricket museum on Google's Art platform

Preeti Soni | Jun 24, 2019, 06.52PM IST
  • The Pune-based ‘Blades of Glory’, was added to the online ‘Google Art and Culture’ on June 24, 2019.
  • Now, cricket fans will be able to look inside the museum with a 360 degree view.
Are you a big fan of cricket and looking for a selfie with the famous bat autographed by M.S Dhoni or Sachin Tendulkar? Or do you want a glimpse of the bat used by Virat Kohli in his early days?

The Pune-based ‘Blades of Glory’, popularly known as the country’s only cricket museum, has got them all under one roof. Inaugurated by Tedulkar in 2012, it was added to the online ‘Google Art and Culture’ on June 24, 2019.

Now, cricket fans will be able to look inside the museum with a 360 degree view. The cricket museum has now joined the elite few including London’s Tate Gallery, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and the Uffizi in Florence for providing high resolution images right on the Google gallery.

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