Kevin Pietersen Dream Project: The idea of working on saving rhinos came to Kevin Pietersen for the first time in the year 2013 when he went on a safari in South Africa.
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New Delhi: Business in the jungle, chasing lions and earning crores from IPL. How thrilling to hear all this. But what we are going to talk about is really like that. We are talking about Kevin Pietersen, born in South Africa and playing cricket for England.
In the days of playing cricket, Pietersen’s identity was either his amazing batting or his hair style or saying or doing something that would raise controversy. Kevin Pietersen had a very controversial incident with Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh as well. But, we will not talk about all of them here but about Pietersen after leaving cricket.
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Kevin Pietersen earns 4 crores from IPL commentary
The question is what is Kevin Pietersen doing after leaving cricket. There is no doubt that his voice is echoing in IPL. He is doing commentary here and is also charging Rs 4 crore for it. Means his earnings are in crores only from IPL.
But, apart from this, he also has a project going on in the jungles of South Africa. Due to the increasing demand for lions, Rhinos are in danger all over the world. They are being hunted illegally. In such a situation, Kevin Pietersen has come forward for his protection. He has also launched a dream project named SORAI regarding this.
Kevin Pietersen’s dream project SORAI
SORAI stands for Save Our Rhino in Africa India. As the name suggests, this is a program run to save the rhino. Kevin Pietersen is working to spread awareness about rhinos around the world through his project. For this, Kevin Pietersen also has a wonderful lodge of his own on the banks of the Sebi River in South Africa, where he stays. His one day stay here cost him 88000 rupees.
Often chase lions!
The idea of working on saving rhinos came to Kevin Pietersen for the first time in the year 2013 when he went on a safari trip in South Africa. Even today, he enjoys jungle safari, where he is seen walking behind the lions. And, also post such pictures on social media.
Peterson is also expanding into India
Apart from Africa, Pietersen is now trying to implement his intentions in India as well. He keeps checking the safety of rhinos even in the forests of India. Apart from this, to prevent the flood that occurs every year in the Brahmaputra river, he is also working on such a technique, which will give warning before the flood occurs. And, with this, even wild animals can avoid coming in contact with humans.
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