Indian cricketers enjoyed their break between the limited-overs series and the upcoming Test match against West Indies at Brian Lara's dinner party, which also had players like Dwayne Bravo and Chris Gayle.
Chris Gayle needed just seven runs to get ahead of Brian Lara's 10348 ODI runs, a record for West Indies, before the second ODI against India. Gayle got to the mark in the ninth over of the Windies chase.
According to TATR Field Director N R Pravin, Lara had two safaris, morning and evening, in TATR and had great tiger and other wildlife sightings. "He could see many tigers in the morning session," Pravin told The Indian Express.