Millions of people from all over the world flock to Agra, Uttar Pradesh to see the Taj Mahal every year. Located on the right bank of the Yamuna, this white marble monument dates back to the Mughal era and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Millions of people from all over the world flock to Agra, Uttar Pradesh to see the Taj Mahal every year. The white marble mausoleum built during the Mughal Empire and located on the right bank of the Yamuna is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Even now, it is one of the most visited attractions in all of India. People frequently take pictures of themselves in front of the building. On Wednesday, though, visitors to the Taj Mahal complex were more interested in taking selfies with something else: the ODI World Cup 2023.
The famous trophy was shown at the beautiful Taj Mahal in Agra, India, with only 50 days till the biggest and most eagerly anticipated ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup. When the event, which runs from October 5th to November 19th, got began, the cutlery “glowed under the sun against the magnificent backdrop of the Taj Mahal—a true Wonder of the World,” according to a statement from the International Cricket Council (ICC).
The peak of cricket and India’s rich cultural legacy came together in a beautiful harmony during the team’s recent visit to the Taj Mahal, providing an outstanding display for spectators as the tournament’s anticipation continues to rise. The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 Trophy Tour will feature a series of spectacular events at some of the world’s most recognizable landmarks in an effort to replicate the joyous mood of Cricket World Cups.
This past Wednesday, August 9, the International Cricket Council (ICC) issued a statement announcing the new schedule for the 2018 World Cup in India.
Eight additional matches in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 have also been moved to new days, including the highly anticipated matchup between India and Pakistan.
The match between India and Pakistan, originally scheduled for Sunday, October 15, has been pushed up a day, and will now take place on Saturday, October 14, at the same location of Ahmedabad.
Therefore, the October 14 match between England and Afghanistan in Delhi has been postponed till the next day, October 15.
Both Australia’s important encounter against South Africa in Lucknow and Pakistan’s clash against Sri Lanka in Hyderabad have been rescheduled, with the latter now taking place on Thursday, October 12 instead of Friday, October 13.