Adhered as 'God Of Cricket', legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, is on a four-day private visit to Dharamsala and during this event, he has visited Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama at his adopted home in McLeod Ganj on Thursday. In the wake of meeting the Dalai Lama, Tendulkar said that he felt blissful to look for the Tibetan leader's blessing, adding that the duo talked about spreading happiness and communal harmony. "It was an excellent, very good meeting. I always wanted to be here and take the blessings. Just wanted to spend some time and say hello to him. We talked about spreading happiness and communal harmony," Tendulkar told reporters. The spiritual leader of the Tibetans resides just above the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) Stadium ground, where Tendulkar will go once again on the final day of his visit. The former opener, who is accompanied by his wife Anjali, had earlier met young cricketers at the HPCA Stadium. Considered as one of the best batsmen ever, Tendulkar is the most astounding run scorer ever in global cricket - having indented up 18,426 ODI runs and 15,921 Test cricket runs. He is the only cricketer to have hit 100 international centuries, and the first to score a double century in ODIs. The Mumbaikar received India's highest civilian award Bharat Ratna in 2014. He is the youngest recipient to date and the first ever sportsperson to receive the award.
news source: ani