Prime minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for a cricket stadium to be built in Varanasi. Former player sachin tendulkar, who met the prime minister then, gifted him a jersey with the name "Namo". A new international standard cricket ground will be constructed in Varanasi. The stadium is being set up in prime minister Narendra Modi's home constituency, Varanasi. For this, 30 acres of land have been acquired by the state government, and the construction work of this stadium will be done at a cost of Rs.350 crore. This construction work has created interest among the fans. The stadium will be modeled on the image of lord shiva to reflect the culture of Kasi. The roofs are shaped like the crescent moon on Shiva's head, under which the seats for the fans are arranged in the form of Uduks. Similarly, electric lights will be installed in the stadium in the design of Shiva's trident. The sample photos for this have been released and have created a surprise among the fans. In this situation, the foundation stone laying ceremony for the stadium to be set up in Kashi was held today. Prime minister Narendra Modi, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath, bcci President Roger Binny, former player sachin tendulkar and others participated in it. Following this, prime minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for the cricket stadium. Following this, former player sachin tendulkar, who met the prime minister, presented the indian team's world cup jersey with the name "Namo" to the Prime Minister. prime minister Modi received this with a smiling face. shiva shaped varanasi cricket ground. Why? prime minister Modi who laid the foundation stone answered! It is said that 30,000 fans can sit and watch the match in the stadium to be set up in Kashi. Also, 7 pitches will be set up, and training rooms, training grounds and restrooms for the players will also be set up. It is also said that this ground will be brought to public use in 2025.