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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.
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