There is a lot in common between the two iconic cricket grounds in the world <a href="https://www.cricketcountry.com/tag/lords-cricket-ground" target="_blank">Lord s Cricket Ground</a> in England and the <a href="https://www.cricketcountry.com/tag/eden-gardens" target="_blank">Eden Gardens</a> in India. While Lord s is called the home of cricket or Mecca of cricket, Eden Gardens enjoys similar status in India. Both these stadiums have been a witness to many firsts in cricket. And now, Eden Gardens in Kolkata is all set for a new first in India, where apparently it has emulated the Lord s. <strong>ALSO READ: <a href="http://www.criclife.com/buzz/seen-and-heard/pink-ball-clears-the-indian-test-makes-successful-debut-at-eden-gardens-78352" target="_blank">Pink ball clears the Indian test; makes successful debut at Eden Gardens.</a></strong><p></p><p></p>The stadium is all set to get a bell like the one that hangs at the Lord s ground in London. This piece of information was revealed by the man himself; Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) president <a href="https://www.cricketcountry.com/tag/sourav-ganguly" target="_blank">Sourav Ganguly</a>. Speaking to the media on Saturday, Ganguly disclosed the news saying, Yes, we are getting such a bell which will be installed at the Eden Gardens. Every morning it will be rung by a cricketer from either side or ex-players. The bell is being imported and should be in place by September. <strong>ALSO READ: <a href="http://www.criclife.com/buzz/seen-and-heard/why-bookies-were-scared-to-approach-sourav-ganguly-80565" target="_blank">Why bookies were scared to approach Sourav Ganguly.</a></strong><p></p><p></p>The famous bell at Lord s is located outside the Bowlers Bar of the pavilion and is rung to signify the start of play. Over the years, it has become a matter of great honour to be invited to ring it on the morning of a Test match and Ganguly himself has had the privilege of doing it once in 2014.<p></p><p></p>Along with this news, Ganguly also shared information on a number of initiatives <a href="https://www.cricketcountry.com/tag/CAB" target="_blank">CAB</a> is planning this season including creation of a Fan Zone where kids can play and spend time with their families starting from the India-New Zealand Test match in September, special tickets to the corporate for bringing them to the stadium, and free-tickets/tickets at 10 per cent of the total amount to School, University students to improve Test match attendance.