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Wishing a Merry X'mas to all Dravidians

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On Tuesday, December 25, 2012 at 7:44 PM

Merry X'mas from Rahul Dravid
We wish all admirers of Rahul Dravid, every cricket fan and all our readers a Merry X'mas and a Happy New year. We also wish our idol a very Merry X'mas, Please feel free to write down your X'mas greetings to him. :)

Happy Diwali to all Dravidians

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On Monday, November 12, 2012 at 2:34 AM

Dravid and Vijeta celebrating Diwali
We wish all our readers and Dravid admirers a very happy Diwali :)

Rahul Dravid - The Best Sports Person award from SWAB

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Saturday, September 15, 2012 at 2:48 AM

The Sports Writer's association of Bangalore awarded 'The Wall' the Best Sports Person of the year award. It was VVS Laxman who handed the award over to Dravid.

True isn't it ? RD is the best sportsperson i ever saw. So simple and humble.

Rahul Dravid as Commentator during Bangalore Test match

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , , | Posted On Tuesday, September 04, 2012 at 5:13 PM

Rahul Dravid commentary during India New Zeland Test match at Bangalore
We missed this, and are unable to find video of the same on youtube. A fan on our Facebook page said that he talked about Virat Kohli being the best batsmen in the side today and about meaningless 5-7 match ODI series.

He as well know is a good speaker, who impressed many with his brilliant speech at Bradman Oration. We wish RD chooses coaching over a media career, because we believe he has so much more to give back to the game.

Dravid at Bangalore Test Match - Video

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , , | Posted On Sunday, September 02, 2012 at 8:35 AM

Thanks to Star Cricket for uploading this video of Dravid at the Bangalore stadium. He was in cricket extra being interviewed by Sanjay Manjrekar. Sourav Ganguly was also present. Dravid speaks on life after retirement, Future of Indian Cricket and his future plans.

Rahul Dravid Interview during India vs New Zeland second test match at Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore

Wins Castrol Test Cricketer of the Year award

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , , | Posted On Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 4:59 AM

Rahul Dravid.
Be proud as our favorite cricketer has walked out with an award, The Castrol Indian Test Cricketer of the year. He was given the award for his awesome outing in England last year. MS Dhoni received the Indian cricketer of the year award, while Sachin Tendulkar and Suresh Raina won awards for excellence in the other formats of the game.

Other award winners included Yuvraj Singh, Gautha Gambhir, Virender Sehwag, Virat Kohli, and Unmukt Chand. Ajit Wadekar won an award for Life time achievement.

Rahul Dravid receives the award.

BCCI recommends Padma Bhushan for Rahul Dravid

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at 3:20 PM

BCCI has recommend RD's name for India's third highest civilian honour, The Padmabushan.  If RD is selected he would join a league of ten cricketers who have won the honour in the past, Sunil Gavaskar and Kapil Dev are among them. Dravid has already won the Padmashri and Arjuna Awards. 

BCCI has also recommended Gautham Gambhir for the Padmashri award. Gauti deserves one for his contributions in all three formats of the game. We wish both of them the very best.

Test match without the Wall

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On Thursday, August 23, 2012 at 12:06 PM

A test match is all set to begin today without Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman. It has been years since both has missed a test match. New Zeland team has openely admitted that they are high on confidence as India is missing the services of Dravid and Laxman.

Possible replacements for Dravid and Laxman could be Badrinath and Chetashwar Pujara. We are eagerly looking forward to the out come of this match.

VVS Laxman retires from Test Cricket

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On Sunday, August 19, 2012 at 8:21 PM

Together they created history at Eden Gardens in 2001, A match every cricket fan would cherish for their entire life time. Now VVS Laxman has announced his retirement from Cricket.  We wish him the very best with future.

Steve Waugh on Rahul Dravid

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On Monday, August 06, 2012 at 9:42 PM

Rahul Dravid with Steve Waugh
Steve Waugh is someone Rahul Dravid respects the most. Here is something from Steve Waugh's autobiography about Rahul Dravid's batting.

" Rahul's batting was poetic, with flowing follow-throughs that capitalised on exceptional footwork and a rock-solid base. His head was like the statue of David, allowing for perfect balance and easy hand-eye co-ordination "

Mr Handsome - Rahul Sharad Dravid

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On Wednesday, August 01, 2012 at 9:19 PM

Rahul Dravid.

The Perfect Square cut

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On at 9:15 PM

Dravid Playing the Square Cut

We have a question for you ?, We believe our RD is the best at square cuts, tell us if we are right and tell us the closest competitors for our hero.

Peter O' Toole on Rahul Dravid.

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On at 3:22 PM

Peter O Toole from a film
Peter O' Toole is an 80year old Academy award nominated actor from Ireland, He was once quoted saying about Rahul Dravid,

Everyone praises Sachin Tendulkar. He may be a genius in his own right but in my book, Rahul Dravid is the artist. Dravid’s defence tactics, his strokes, his cuts, his grace are truly amazing. I’d like to meet the chap sometime and take my hat off to him.

Rahul Dravid with his family photo

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , , | Posted On Monday, July 30, 2012 at 6:32 AM

Rahul Dravid and family with his brother and family.

Rahul Dravid is seen here with his wife Vijeta Dravid, sons Samit and Anvay and with his younger brother Vijay and his family.
Family comes first for RD <3

Happy Birthday to Jonty Rhodes

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Friday, July 27, 2012 at 9:49 PM

Jhonty Rhodes in action

I always thought humans never could fly until i saw Jonty Rhodes on TV. He was the greatest ever fielder in the game, maybe RD had the most number of catches in his name. But this man had the best catches ever taken to his name. Still remember a time when nobody would dare run if the bowl went anywhere close to Jonty Rhodes. Wishing a very happy Birthday to Jonty Rhodes.

Jhonty Rhodes in action against West Indies

India - Pakistan ODI & T20 series in December

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Monday, July 16, 2012 at 9:13 PM

Boom Boom and Dhoni at the World Cup Semi finals.
This is great news for all those who have been waiting for another India-Pakistan clash, The BCCI has confirmed that Pakistan will be touring India for 3 ODI's and 2 T20's starting from the third week of December. The last time the teams met was in Asia Cup where India won thanks to Virat Kohli's heroics and great team work.
Dravid against Pakistan

The 2003 World cup clash between India Pakistan match was unforgettable for Dravidians as it was Dravid and Yuvraj who ensured india made it through the next match, when india where in a state of distress. How many of you remember the match ?

Handsome and Cute Rahul Dravid

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On Saturday, July 14, 2012 at 4:39 AM

Rahul Sharad Dravid stylish cool photos

Happy Birthday to Dada

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On Sunday, July 08, 2012 at 4:02 AM

Birthday wishes to Sourav Ganguly

We wish India's best captain ever a very happy birthday. The best Indian team played under his captaincy. The Bengal tiger, our dear Sourav Ganguly.

Can anyone forget the Ganguly attitude and the Natwest final.. Epic :)

Happy Birthday to Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On Saturday, July 07, 2012 at 7:39 AM

Wishing a very happy 31st birthday to our dear captain cool, Mahendra Singh Dhoni. He was born this day in 1981 at Ranchi in Jharkhand.

Rahul Dravid dancing at Rajasthan Royals camp

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , , | Posted On at 7:13 AM

We all know this is why we love him so much, so humble and simple always with a gentle smile on his face. Now here we have Rahul Dravid dancing in the Rajasthan Royals camp as a part of their teams routine. Never seen RD like this before, Agree ?

Rahul Dravid dancing

Ready to coach India in future

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Tuesday, July 03, 2012 at 7:21 AM

Rahul Dravid
Rahul Dravid answered a press person when he asked whether he would be seen coaching the Indian Cricket Team in future. He answered 'Who knows maybe someday in future', Which was positive as he never rejected the idea. Dravid was the Mentor, Coach and Captain of Rajasthan Royals this year who had a pretty good run at the IPL season this year.

Image courtesy: ESPN Cricinfo

'Rahul Dravid - Timeless Steel' book preview and buy online

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , , , | Posted On at 12:15 AM

Cover Page of the New book
Rahul Dravid Timeless Steel is a collection of articles written on the wall by famous people. The book has writings by Greg Chappel, Sanjay Bangar, Jarrod Kimber, Vijeta Dravid and many other eminent personalities that has been a part of The Wall's life. The book is published by Walt Disney Publications with ESPN Cricinfo.
Greg Chappell remembers the India captain he worked alongside. Ed Smith, who shared a dressing room with Dravid at Kent, writes of a thorough gentleman. Sanjay Bangar relives the splendour of Headingley 2002. Jarrod Kimber tells of how Dravid became the reason for him getting married. Mukul Kesavan analyses how Dravid's technique allows for more style than one might assume. Sidharth Monga puts Dravid's captaincy under the spotlight. Jason Gillespie speaks of a batsman who soaked up everything you threw at him. Rohit Brijnath looks back at the twin peaks of Adelaide 2003. Vijeeta Dravid gives us an insight into her husband the perfectionist. These and other articles make Timeless Steel as much a celebration of a colossal cricketer as it is of an exceptional human being. It features contributions from his team-mates and peers, some of the finest cricket writers around - Gideon Haigh, Sambit Bal and Rahul Bhattacharya among them - and interviews over the years with Dravid himself. It attempts to paint a picture of a cricketer who embodied the best traditions and values of the game, and a man who impressed the many people who came in contact with him.

You can preorder and buy it from at 479 at a discount of around 120 Rs. You can also avail the Cash-On-Delivery option if you don't have a credit card to make online payment.

Dravid with Samit Dravid - The chotta wall :)

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On Sunday, July 01, 2012 at 12:11 AM

Rahul Dravid with his son Samit Dravid
Rahul Dravid and his son Samit Dravid.

Rahul Dravid receives the fair-play award for the Rajasthan Royals

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Tuesday, May 29, 2012 at 9:34 PM

Rahul Dravid after receiving the fair play award.
Amidst the KKR celebrations on winning the IPL trophy at chepauk stadium. Rahul Dravid dressed in a white striped blue T-shirt walked on to recieve the fair-play award. Loud cheers came all over the stadium showing the appreciation people at Chepauk had for him and the team, the Rajasthan Royals.

Dravid receiving the fair-play award on behalf of his team

Dravid among top 5 run scorers of the IPL

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Friday, May 11, 2012 at 6:07 AM

Dravid in the IPL.
Here is one news to cheer for RD fans. Our favorite player with his fine form this season has got into the top 5 run scorers of the IPL with a strike rate of about 120, Which is as much as Sachin and even Virat Kohli. We are very proud of his achievement. He has close to 1700 runs to his credit as of now.

Another close match with CSK for the Royals

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On at 5:56 AM

Ajinkya Rahane and Rahul Dravid
Dravid and Rahane during a practice session.
Again, after putting up a low total of 126 batting first, The Dravid led Rajasthan Royals did pretty well in Bowling section at a point CSK needed 47 off 24 and with just 4 wickets in hand. Then came Morkel and Anirudh who just stole the game away from the Royals. The win means RR are down one place to 5th and CSK at fourth position. Playoff chances are still alive if RR wins 3 in 3.

All the best :)

Rajasthan Royals win against Royal Challengers Bangalore

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Monday, April 16, 2012 at 4:10 AM

The Rajasthan Royals emblem
Thanks to Ajinkya Rahane's century and Owais Shah's 60, Rajasthan Royals made up a good total of a 195 runs. It was Ajinkya Rahane who stole the show with his maiden IPL hundred which he missed a few weeks ago at 98runs in the first match of the IPL.

Siddharth Trivedi and Pankaj Singh were the pick of the bowlers who departed most of the dangerous bastsmen like Virat Kohli and Chris Gayle.

Dravid my role model Rahane

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , , | Posted On at 3:59 AM

Ajinkya Rahane after his maiden T20 century.
Ajinkya Rahane is on cloud nine, after 98 in the first match and then the century against the Bangalore Royal Challengers today. His century came in just 60 balls , which was one of the best T20 innings we have ever seen. He clearly has sent a message to the team selectors, and he will probably be a regular player in upcoming tournaments that have the Indian team. Rahane will go places if he continues this form.

We were extremely proud when Rahane was asked who his Mentor was and his immediate reply was Rahul Dravid, he said that it was an honor to playing with his role-model Rahul Dravid. Well done Kiddo. All the very best.

Rajasthan Royals put up a fight against Mumbai Indians

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | | Posted On Saturday, April 14, 2012 at 4:34 PM

The Rajasthan Royals lead by Rahul Dravid, put up a fight against the Mumbai Indians and in the end losing by 28 runs in a well contested match. Winning the toss Dravid selected to field, but sadly the decision was proved wrong as Mumbai went on to make 197 runs in 20 overs thanks to some hard hitting by Kieron Pollard. In reply Rajasthan lost an early wicket in Dravid who only managed to score 3 runs in the second over. Another wicket fell soon after and then there was a pretty good partnership going between Orange cap holder Ajinkya Rahane and Owais Shah before Rahane got out for 40. Rahane played beautiful and still holds the orange cap.

Owais Shah then went on to make a 76 which at one point looked dangerous to Mumbai Indians and came Mallinga and cleaned shah up. Which pretty much ended the game, Ashok Meneria gave a shot but failed and wickets fell soon after Meneria's dismissal.

We are proud that Rajasthan Royals a team with no big names lead by RD gave a scare to Mumbai Indians.

Rajasthan Royals on top of IPL table

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Monday, April 09, 2012 at 4:13 AM

Dravid hooks Brett Lee for a six in his knock of 28.

Dravid's captaincy again proved good as Rajasthan Royals again beat Kolkata Night Riders. The Royals managed 164/5 in the 20 overs, where Dravid scored a 26 with two super sixes and fours. It was Hodge and Ashok Meneria who stole the show they scored 44 and 40 respectively. O Shah played a quick 23 which helped royals to cross their lucky 160. The Rajasthan Royals have never lost a match where they have scored 160+ batting first.

K Cooper was the pick of the bowlers who took 3 wickets for 28. Amit Singh was on a hatrick but missed out and eventually ended up with 2 for 30. All the bowlers bowled took wickets. With this win Rajasthan are at the top of the IPL 2012 points table with a runrate of 1.350.

Rajasthan Royals beat Kings XI Punjab

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Saturday, April 07, 2012 at 7:00 AM

We congragulate Dravid led Rajasthan Royals team on their first win in the IPL 5 against Kings XI Punjab lead by Adam Gilchrist. RD made 28 runs and did his part to the team, while it was Ajinkya Rahane who stole the show with his 98 who was bowled two short of his maiden IPL Century. The team looks in good shape after the 31 run victory and once Dinesh Chandimal arrives the team would do great.

Dravid leads Rajasthan Royals against KingsXI Punjab today

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Friday, April 06, 2012 at 8:55 PM

Captain Fantastic
We wish Rahul Dravid and the Rajasthan Royals all the very best with their first match against the Kings XI Punjab at Jaipur, Royal's home ground. We have two great additions to the team and they are Srilankan sensation Dinesh Chandimal and Karnataka allrounder Binny. We wish them a very good debut and a win for our team.

Facebook Cover Photo for Dravid fans

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On Saturday, March 24, 2012 at 4:57 AM

All you have to do is follow the steps:

  • Download the Photo and save to your computer
  • Upload the photo to your account.
  • go to select cover and select the photo from your album or recently uploaded.

Dravid and Ganguly plays together at Dubai for MCC T20 tournament

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , , | Posted On at 4:55 AM

Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid at MCC T20 Tournament press meet.

Indian former captains and thick friends Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid again played together in a T20 match organized by Emirates Airlines. The match featured Dravid and Ganguly playing for the same team. Dravid managed to get only 6 runs while Dada went on to make a 25 in a match they lost to the opponents.

Sachin hits 100th century against Bangladesh

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | | Posted On Saturday, March 17, 2012 at 2:12 AM

Sachin Tendulkar 369 days after his last century in Mirpur has finally got his 100th ton against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup match today. Sachin took about 137 balls to hit his 100th ton and looked a relieved man after the feat. Sachin took the attack to the opposition before getting out caught behind.

We are happy that the first person in the world to achieve this feat is an Indian and is Sachin Tendulkar.

Rahul Dravid is 5th on the list of most centuries with 48 centuries, That is something we RD fans can also be proud of.

Well done Sachin :)

The Captain, Coach and Mentor of Rajasthan Royals

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Friday, March 16, 2012 at 5:22 AM

Rahul Dravid playing for Rajasthan Royals in the last edition of IPL.

Rahul Dravid fans have something to cheer about after his retirement, Which is the fact that RD who was already announced captain of the side in this edition of the tournament is also named as the Coach and Mentor of the team.

RD announcing retirement video

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | | Posted On Wednesday, March 14, 2012 at 9:12 AM

Dirty Politics of the BCCI and a legend who has done so much to cricket is not even given a chance to retire.

Rahul Sharad Dravid retires from International Cricket

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , , , , , , , , | Posted On Monday, March 12, 2012 at 6:19 PM

Dravid announcing Retirement from Test Cricket.
A legend of the Game, that is what Rahul Dravid was. The man who played for the team, then for himself. In an press-meet organized by BCCI on March 9th, The Wall of Indian Cricket announced his retirement from Test cricket. 164 Test matches, 13288 runs at an average of 52 per match is an achievement that would make any RD fan proud. He has records that are unique and precious. He always put the team in front and cared little about his personal achievements, That was one of the things that adds to the respect people have for him.

RD's last words at the press conference were
 I leave in Sadness, but with Pride

No matter what happens you will always be in Millions of hearts like mine. We will continue to love and Respect you RD. We are eagerly awaiting to see Rajasthan Royals perform under your captaincy.

"   As you would all know that Rahul Dravid retired. Friends, Please stop comparisons. I am proud to have lived in an era where legends like Dravid, Sachin and Ganguly played. I have argued and abused friends over silly comparisons about RD, Sorry friends. They all came deep down from my heart because that's how much i loved and respected him. "

 BCCI and it's dirty politics would ruin the game in our country, There is nobody worthy of the No 3 spot now. A question to all the Sachin die-hard fans out there, What if the same happens to Sachin ?        

tags: Rahul Sharad Dravid retirement retire reason Laxman Sachin Ganguly family comment friends sad love respect

India-Pakistan match on 18th March

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Sunday, March 04, 2012 at 6:24 AM

Dravid after winning against Pakistan in 2003 World Cup
We have yet another India-Pakistan match coming our way in the Asia Cup on 18th march, the last time they met was in the Semifinals of the World Cup and was quite a good match. The good news is that Sachin Tendulkar is playing and the bad news is that Sehwag has been rested for the tournament.

We wish captain cool, the new vice captain Virat Kohli and the entire team all the very best :)

Sachin wins Cricinfo Test batting award

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Monday, February 20, 2012 at 9:01 PM

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar
Indian cricket fans have one more reason to cheer as Sachin Tendulkar has bagged the prestigious ESPN Cricinfo Test batting award for 2011 for his 146 at South Africa, 2011 January. We congragulate Sachin Tendulkar on adding another feather to his cap, but i feel that Dravid deserved this one more for his heroics against England.

BCCI to pay 413 crores as tax to Income tax department

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On at 8:56 PM

Rahul Dravid
No other sports organization is as popular and wealthy as the BCCI, The Board of Cricket Control in India is all set to pay a whooping sum of 413 crores as tax to the income tax department. The BCCI has only paid 41 crores as now, which is just 10 % of the total amount to be paid. It is said that BCCI has made about 963 crore rupees as revenue during the last financial year.

The big question that remains is whether BCCI will be able to pay the dues in time instead of going mad over the retirement of legends.

Dravid to play Bangladesh Premier league

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Friday, January 13, 2012 at 6:32 AM

The BPL T20 League Logo
There are some strong rumours that RD might be playing at the inaugural Bangladesh Premier league also known as the BPL.The official facebook page of the Bangladesh Premier league says that Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman have showed interest to take part in the league and will be put in an auction to happen on January 19th.This might happen as Dravid would be free after the test series against Australia to take part in this tournament.This would be a great boost to the league as it doesn't have big names to it's credit.This would be a great warm up for Dravid before the IPL season as well.

Rahul Dravid the center of attention.
I wish this happens, all the best RD.We wish all the best to the BPL and hope this would bring new life to Bangladesh Cricket.

The BPL Promo

Update: The BCCI has restricted it's players from taking part in the Bangladesh Premier League.This means that Rahul Dravid or no other Indian player can be part of the BPL.

The Gambhir attitude !

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On at 6:05 AM

Well i was watching a few cricket videos on youtube when i noticed there were a lot of sledging videos which Gautham Gambhir was part of.Not that i am complaining, I just love his attitude.This was the attitude we had missed when Dada(Ganguly) retired.

Gautham Gambhir Sledge with Austrailia (He went on to make a double then)

Gambhir vs Shahid Afridi

Gautham Gambhir vs Kamran Akmal

Gauthi vs Andre Nel.

Well you gotta love his attitude and guts.

Happy 39th Birthday Rahul Dravid

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at 4:59 AM

Rahul Sharad Dravid
We wish Rahul Dravid, who we people admire the most a very Happy 39th Birthday.May the coming year be better than 2011 and let us pray that he can get back to great form and ensure his place for at least two years.

So Happy Birthday RD,

We admire you !

We Respect you and

We love you !

All the best RD.

'Why Dravid is my favourite cricketer' - an Article

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: | Posted On Saturday, January 07, 2012 at 5:05 AM

Rahul Dravid
An article written by K77Sujith at gem of an article if you admire Rahul Sharad Dravid.

"Coming from India, I am sure it surprises many that I haven’t mentioned my favourite cricketer as Sachin Tendulkar. Make no mistake, I am a huge fan of the Little Master and I hope there would never come a time when he decides to call it quits. However, there is one man who has always been in the shadows of Saurav Ganguly and Tendulkar, one who has quietly and religiously gone about his business – ‘The Wall’ Rahul Dravid. Despite being recognized as one of the most mentally strong cricketers the game has ever seen, he has always preferred to stay away from the spotlight and let his performances do the talking. Dravid, along with Ganguly, burst onto the scene with his brilliant batting efforts in a Test match at Lord’s against England in 1996. He exhibits brilliant batting technique, be it defence or offence and is supremely sincere and dedicated to his craft. Dravid has constantly improved his technique over the years and has adapted to the different modes of the game. Like the Little Master, Dravid is a highly disciplined cricketer who has seldom been embroiled in controversy. Dravid is a hard-as-nails gentleman who commands respect on the field, not just from his team-mates but from the opposition as well. Ask Allan Donald! "

Read the full article here -

Rahul Dravid and Ross Taylor at Tiger reserve (Rathnambore)

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On at 5:00 AM

Ross Taylor and Rahul Dravid

RD along with his friend and Rajasthan Royals team mate Ross Taylor visited the Rathnampore Tiger reserve last year and we bring you some photos.

Rahul Dravid and Vijeta Pendharkar Photos

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | | Posted On at 4:57 AM

On a Picnic

Wedding day

at New Zealand

We bring you some snaps of Dravid with his better half Vijeta Pendharkar.A doctor by proffession and mother to two beautiful kids, Samit Dravid and Anvay Dravid.
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