The tournament, which started on Thursday, will go on till November 23.
Spokesperson of the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA), Sanjay Sharma, said that the organisation aimed to make the game available to all sections of society.
"Our effort is to propagate cricket in every part of the society. This tournament for deaf and dumb players especially is creating an atmosphere in the country for these sort of tournaments. We want to make a contribution to that section of society through this game, like we do for other sections," Sharma said.
"We are very happy to participate in this game. We have participated before. This is the first time it is Nepal versus Sri Lanka, it is good. We didn't have much practice but we are very busy now. We are trying to play good," said a Nepalese cricketer, Uday Bahadur.
Source : Business Standard , 22nd Nov 2014