You can experience a truly unique and unforgettable opportunity by visiting the world's largest cricket museum, located in Pune, India. With over 75,000 cricket memorabilia pieces dating back to the 1900s, this museum is a must-visit for fans of all types, whether you're a World Cup or IPL enthusiast, a passionate cricket lover, or a devoted fan of players like Virat Kohli or Dhoni.
MEET OUR FOUNDER
Founded by Rohan Pate, a former under-19 cricketer who has had a lifelong love for the sport. Although he pursued various business ventures over the years, his passion for cricket never waned. He embarked on a tireless quest to acquire rare artifacts from some of the world's most famous cricketers, traveling across the globe to do so. This pursuit has resulted in a remarkable collection of over 75,000 pieces of cricket memorabilia and artifacts, with the collection constantly expanding.
STRAIGHT FROM THE LEGENDS
Here are the opinions of your beloved cricket players and famous personalities regarding Blades of Glory, the biggest cricket museum in the world!
"It’s a real celebration of cricket and cricketers. It’s an excellent kind of effort that has gone into creating this museum.”
"The best cricket museum I have seen.”
“If you’ve been to museums anywhere, you’ll agree that Blades of Glory is an amazing place. The stuff that Rohan has collected over the years is absolutely outrageous”
""I feel honored to have my own section in such a wonderful cricket museum. One of the best things anyone has ever done for me.”