India Journal April 26-30

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I started and finished my cricket career this weekend. It all started when I played a game of street cricket with some kids down the street from my office. Apparently word got out that I was the next Sanchin Tandulkar (just kidding… I am terrible), because when my friends and I went to the cricket grounds on Sunday, I was asked to give a speech and present a trophy to the local cricket team. What an experience.

Later in the day on Sunday we visited Gandhi Ashram (Sabarmati Ashram). He was born in Gujarat and began his social change movement, specifically the Salt Satyagraha, from Ahmedabad. What a peaceful place. On my first trip to India, I visited Gandhi’s resting place in New Delhi. It has been a fantastic experience to learn about such a great human being.

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