Commemorating the historic victory of the 1983 Indian Cricket team, Opus India in association with the 1983 Indian Cricket Team presents a limited edition luxe book – The 1983 World Cup Opus. Celebrating the iconic moment that changed the face of Indian cricket, Opus India will be releasing only 1983 copies of the book. Opus India is known for their luxurious books that define historically iconic events and personalities. Staying true to rendering stories with the most magnanimous books, Opus India has crafted the 1983 World Cup Opus in an imposing dimension of 1.5 ft x 1.5 ft and weighs over 30 Kg.
The opulent book pays homage to the 39 years since that wondrous event that put Indian cricket on the map. All the 15 members of the 1983 Indian Cricket team signed the book. The book treats the reader to never-heard-before stories and journeys of all 14 players and the Team Manager. Fond anecdotes from cricketing legends, defining moments from the matches, the players’ personal and professional journeys and untold stories from the pavilion and the field unfold in this unique limited edition book.
Facts about the heaviest super-luxe book
The altruistic book delves deeper into the known and unknown facts of the cricket team’s victory and the individual tale of each member of the squad. Strung together in around 150000 words and umpteen unpublished images from archives, the book is an assemblage of 700 pages. Artistic impressions from Opus’ creative team breathe life into these vivid moments. Available in 8 editions, the book is the first of its kind to bring the star-studded team together for a tell-all.
“The book is about reminiscing tales about legends that will inspire many future generations in India to follow their dreams and never give up. It is about honouring resilience, talent and the zeal to make name for your country. As a cricket fan myself, I am delighted to be associated with this collaboration!”, shared Mr Amit Bhagchandka, CEO, Opus India.
The 1983 World Cup Opus is the most significant and heaviest book on cricket ever and renders its readers the ability to re-live the journey and victory.