The Rise of Cricket, the Rise of India
The tale of a major global cultural phenomenon: Cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle describes the spectacular arrival of fast-paced 20-20 cricket as it parallels the rise of modern India. He traces the game from its sleepy English roots to the current world of celebrity owners and million-dollar player contracts.
About HARSHA BHOGLE
Harsha Bhogle (born 19 July 1961) is an Indian cricket Commentator and journalist. He was born in a Marathi speaking family in Hyderabad. Harsha Bhogle is the son of Prof.A.D.Bhogle, a Professor of French, and Prof.Shalini Bhogle, a Professor of Psychology. He attended Hyderabad Public School and subsequently received BTech Chemical Engineering degree from Osmania University’s College of Technology at Hyderabad.He received PGDM(Diploma in Management) from Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad.Then, he joined an advertising agency and worked there for two years, following which he completed another two-year at a sports management company.
He and his wife Anita Bhogle have written a book titled The Winning Way based on business knowledge drawn from the sporting world. This book is the result of ten years of work and experience in sports based communication. He has also authored a biography of Mohammad Azharuddin. His collection of articles is published in a book called Out of the Box.
In 1991–92, he became the first Indian commentator to be invited by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation during India’s cricket series before the 1992 Cricket World Cup.
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