It was introduced into India by the Mughals and widely used since then. Its meaning varied, referring to a region that encompassed northern India and Pakistan or India in its entirety. Jainism came into prominence during the life of its exemplar, Mahavira.
Cricket rules[ change change source ] There are two teams: The team bowling has 11 players on the field.
The team batting always has two players on the field. Runs are gained by batsmen running between the wickets after a ball has been bowled, hitting the ball over the boundary, or by the umpires penalizing the bowling side for bowling an illegal ball.
The captain of the bowling team chooses a bowler from his team; the other 10 players are called fielders. One of the fielders, called the wicket keeper, stands behind the wicket to catch the ball if the bowler misses the wicket.
The other fielders chase the ball after the batsman has hit it. The bowler runs towards his wicket, and bowls towards the batsman at the other wicket. He bowls the ball overarm with a straight arm. If he bends his arm, the other teams are given one run and he has to bowl the ball again.
An 'over' is six balls meaning he bowls six times. Then another player becomes the bowler for the next over, and bowls from the other end, and so on. The same bowler cannot bowl two overs one after the other. The batsman is trying to defend the wicket from getting hit with the ball. He does this with a bat.
When he hits the ball with his bat, he may run toward the other wicket. To score a run, the two batsmen must both run from their wicket to the other wicket, as many times as they can, before they can be run out.
Being run out is explained below. If the ball leaves the field after being hit without bouncing, six runs are scored. If the ball rolls or bounces out, whether or not the batter hit it, it counts as four runs. There are different ways that a batsman can get out.
The most common ways are: The way this rule is applied is complicated; this is just the general idea.
If the batsmen cannot finish the run in time, and the ball hits the wicket, the batsman nearer to the wicket that is hit is out: When a batsman is out, another comes onto the field to take his place.Hindi is a direct descendent of the ancient Indian language lausannecongress2018.com has evolved in its present form through Prakrit and Apabhramsa languages.
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Cricket is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of eleven players on a field at the centre of which is a metre (yard) pitch with a wicket at each end, each comprising two bails balanced on . Hindi, with the largest number of speakers, is the official language of the government.
Thus, cricket is, by far, the most popular sport in India. The Indian national cricket team won the and Cricket World Cup events, the ICC World Twenty The word Cricket is a noun and name of a sporting game.
So, in Hindi too, it is called and pronounced as cricket as in English. Cricket is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of eleven players. It is set on a cricket field centred on a metre (yard) pitch with two wickets each comprising a bail balanced on three stumps.
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