Staggering. Amazing. Great. The descriptive words take off as one enters the most lovely ground in India. The Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association [HPCA] Stadium in Dharamsala, with a limit of 23,000, is as pleasant as the Adelaide Oval and Newlands, if not more. A little and sparkling green plate, the ground has a snow-topped foundation as the Dauladhar slope range. The mountains add to the tranquility of the venue, which lies at a height of 1317 meters above ocean level. Another noteworthy component is its openness and little measured stands, which consider winds to clear over, giving quick bowlers help with the air. The venue is the first in India to utilize winter rye grass scattered around the outfield, which keeps the grass from kicking the bucket when temperatures fall underneath 10 degrees.
Name : Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala
Country : India
City : Dharamsala
Ends : River End and College End
Capacity : 21,000
Established : 2003
Owner : Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association
Getting to Dharamsala, in any case, is troublesome. The landscape is sloping and the closest air terminal is in Chandigarh, 250 kilometers away by street. The brutal winters, amid which it rains and snows, are additionally obstructions to sorting out universal matches here however it facilitated its first ODI in January 2013, in the middle of India and England, regardless of snow falling at the ground in the previous weeks. The 2010 extension of the IPL brought Dharamsala more extensive consideration and it can possibly turn into one of India’s most well known venues.