World’s Largest Cricket Bat, Certified by Guinness World Records, Unveiled in Hyderabad by Mohammad Azharuddin (View Pics and Video) | sarkariaresult » sarkariaresult

Hyderabad, Oct 23 (IANS) World’s largest cricket bat, licensed by Guinness World Records, was unveiled right here on Saturday by the previous Indian captain Mohammed Azharuddin. The bat, which is 56.1 ft lengthy and weighs 9,000 kg has been gifted by Pernod Ricard India Ltd, to the federal government of Telangana, might be on show on Tank Bund until November 16 and might be later stored at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium at Uppal. Unveiled on the eve of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, Pernod Ricard devoted the bat to the Indian group. Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma Sweat It Out in the Nets Ahead of IND vs AFG T20 World Cup 2021 Clash (Watch Video)

Made from poplar wooden, the bat has been fabricated by BSL Events. It took nearly a month to make it. The bat, made at a value of Rs 70 lakh, has overwhelmed the earlier Guinness Record of 51 ft lengthy bat made at Chennai.

Azharuddin, who’s the president of Hyderabad Cricket Association, unveiled the bat in the presence of Arvind Kumar, Principal Secretary, municipal administration and city growth, Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary, business, commerce and info know-how, Udit Dugar, Zonal Head, South India and Gopal Akotkar, Regional Head, Telangana & AP, Pernod Ricard India.
See some footage of this bat right here:

Here’s the video of the bat being unveiled:

“Because of this world’s largest bat and India-Pakistan match scheduled on Sunday, we will be celebrating Diwali tomorrow itself. We are installing the bat on Tank Bund for people coming to Sunday Funday to savour the visual treat,” stated Arvind Kumar and requested Azharuddin to put in the bat later at Uppal stadium. Jayesh Ranjan congratulated Pernod Ricard for making the world’s largest bat and for selecting Hyderabad to show it. “A record-holding bat will permanently be displayed in Hyderabad and that’s a tremendous honour. This World record bat can be a huge inspiration for our fans ahead of the World Cup,” he stated.

Azharuddin congratulated Pernod Ricard for making the bat. “I was amazed to know about the weight of the bat. Being Hyderabadi, I am more than delighted that this iconic bat was made in Hyderabad. It’s all the more rewarding as it is certified by the Guinness World Record. You are being rewarded for the time, effort and planning put in to make this epochal bat,” he stated.

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