Celebrating the Indian Cricket Team's T20 World Cup Victory: A Nation United in Joy

After being hosted by PM Narendra Modi in New Delhi, the Indian cricket team have arrived in Mumbai for a BCCI felicitation and a trophy parade.

Celebrating the Indian Cricket Team's T20 World Cup Victory: A Nation United in Joy

The Indian cricket team has landed in Mumbai after meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi. They arrived from Barbados in the early hours of Thursday morning, having just clinched the T20 World Cup. The players received a rousing reception at IGI Airport, their team hotel, and along the route to the hotel.

The excitement is palpable as the first look of India's open bus is revealed, set to take the Indian cricket team on a triumphant ride during the victory parade near Marine Drive and the iconic Wankhede Stadium. Mumbai is abuzz with anticipation, gearing up for the mega event that will forever mark July 4th in the history books as the day the entire nation united to celebrate India's T20 World Cup triumph.

The Maharashtra Cricket Association also announced free entry for the fans at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. Gates no. 2, 3 and 4 of the iconic Wankhede will open at 4:00 PM sharp from where the fans can enter to celebrate India's World Cup triumph. Team India is set for a victory lap in Mumbai as they will leave from Delhi. The fans are expected to turn out in huge numbers in Mumbai and will look to recreate the scenes from India's 2007 victory parade. Rohit Sharma and BCCI secretary Jay Shah had also urged the fans to take part in the celebrations of India's T20 World Cup triumph after 17 years.

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