Rizwan gifts Holy Quran to Harvard teacher, Babar inspires classmate

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Rizwan gifts Holy Quran to Harvard teacher, Babar inspires classmate

The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports (BEMS) executive education program at Harvard Business School recently welcomed its first two cricketers, Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan. Babar and Rizwan took classes at the famous Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts, from May 31 to June 3.

While both cricket players are renowned for their outstanding on-field successes, they also bring their own special traits and passions to the program. Rizwan in particular has received recognition for his work promoting Islam through his teachings at various mosques during his cricket tours around the world.

On the last day of the program, Rizwan took things a step further by giving his teacher from the executive education program at the Harvard Business School a Holy Quran. With this act, Rizwan not only expressed his thanks for the chance but also his adherence to the principles of his religion.

In the meanwhile, it appears that Babar Azam’s presence at Harvard had a viral effect on his fellow classmates. One of Babar’s female classmates posted a photo to social media with the message, “Finding my next career as a cricket player.”

This humorous remark illustrates the effect that Babar’s love and ability for cricket have had on everyone around him.

Babar promoted a sense of camaraderie and perhaps even created a newfound enthusiasm for cricket among his peers by engaging with them and piquing their interest in the sport.

A new generation of cricketers may be motivated by the two players’ ground-breaking desire to pursue studies in addition to their playing efforts.

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