Aguli 06-04-23: In a historic moment for the North East region of India, the first-ever IPL match was played in Guwahati on April 5th at the ACA stadium at Barsapara. The game was between Rajasthan Royals and Punjab Kings and marked a significant moment for cricket fans in the region.
To celebrate the occasion, a traditional welcome was given to the teams with dance performances representing all the major states of North East India. Tripura’s famous dance form, ‘Hojagiri,’ was also included in the lineup, adding to the festive atmosphere.
The match was a significant milestone for cricket in the region, as it marked the first time an IPL was played in North East India. The ACA stadium at Barsapara is a state-of-the-art facility with a seating capacity of 40,000, and it was an ideal venue to host this historic event.
The match was keenly contested between the two teams, with the Rajasthan Royals coming out on top in a thrilling encounter. The atmosphere in the stadium was electric, with the fans cheering their teams on throughout the match.
Overall, the first IPL match played in Guwahati was a huge success and a proud moment for the people of North East India. The event showcased the region’s vibrant culture and its love for cricket, and it is sure to pave the way for more such events in the future.