Blind students create audio book on master blaster Sachin Tendulkar
Students of Pune Blind School are all set to celebrate the World Blind Day in a special way by creating an audio book on master batsman Sachin Tendulkar.india Updated: Oct 13, 2012 21:05 IST
Students of Pune Blind School are all set to celebrate the World Blind Day in a special way by creating an audio book on master batsman Sachin Tendulkar.
Students have created the audio version of 'Dhruv-tara', a popular book on Tendulkar penned by Sanjay Dudhane, which would be released during a special ceremony to be held at the Deccan Gymkhana Club on October 15.
The audio book on the champion batsman is of two and half hours' duration, containing the contents of the Dudhane's book in audio as well as commentary of some selected centuries of Tendulkar who has struck an incredible 100 international tons thus far.
Cricket matches would be organised in the double wicket format for the blind men on the occasion, a press release said.
Tendulkar is currently away in South Africa playing in the ICC T20 Champions League.