Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Living Legend Sachin Tendulkar

Hi, Dear friends, here I am writing some things about not only my favorite but favorite of every Indian and the Pride of India, The Legendary Cricketer Sachin Tendulkar. He is the person everything would be less to say about him everything is nothing to write before his name. Such type of people takes birth once in an Era. I do not think that I would be able to see another Legend like Sachin again in my life. When we think about Cricket in India, One image immediately comes out in our mind and that image is of This Champion. Sachin is well known cricketer in the countries even where Cricket is not played and it is not so popular. His command on his skills and his fame can be measured by this statement only. This blog is just a glorious story of a Living Legend from starting to unbeaten Live Performance so far. I may be little bit boring, but I want to start it from the very beginning.

Sachin Tendulkar’s full name is Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar. Sachin was born on 24 April 1973 in Mumbai in Rajapur Saraswat Brahmin family. His mother is Rajni Tendulkar, belong to insurance industry, and his Father’s name is Ramesh Tendulkar, a famous Marathi Novelist. He has three siblings eldest Brother Ajit Tendulkar and younger brother Nitin Tendulkar and a sister Savita Tendulkar. He has completed his education till High school from school Sharadashram Vidyamandir. In his school he started his cricket practice and carrier under the guidance of his Coach and Mentor as well Mr. Ramakant Achrekar. In his school days He had attended MRF Pace Foundation to be trained as a fast Bowler but it is said that the Great Australian Bowler Dennis Lillee suggested him to well focus on Batting in place of Fast Bowling. Sachin considers his elder brother Ajit Tendulkar a very important person of his life because he always encouraged him to be a cricketer. Session of 1988 was very important and proved him as a forthcoming Great Player he scored a century in every inning he played. In the same year He created a world record made a partnership of unbroken 664 runs with Vinod Kambli, his school friend and later on played for India also with him, in Lord Harris Shield inter-school game. Sachin had scored unbeaten 326 in this match and over 1000 runs in the entire tournament. I think at that time also it was enough to show to the world that the future ruler of this Gentleman’s Game has born in India. This Himalayan partnership made my Hero a subject of discussion not only in locals of Mumbai and India but all around the Globe and in the nations who feel cricket and live cricket. This was highest partnership in any format of cricket till 2006 when two players from Under-13 broken this record in a match held in Hyderabad. In 1995 this legendary cricketer locked into wed with 6 years elder to himself Anjali, a paediatrician. They have two children a daughter Sara and a son Arjun.

Sachin is known for his deep faith in God also. It is said by his family members Sachin always tries if possible to visit a temple for darshan of Almighty before every match He plays. He is great follower of Satya SaiBaba. We can see on grounds also whenever He hits a century First of all He shows his regards to The God by raising his Head and Bat towards Sky. This is clear evidence that at this much Height also This Hero has a deep faith and is always grateful to The Almighty.

He has been given so many nick names by his fans such as Little Master, Master Blaster, God of Cricket, and Tendlya.

This was RajSingh Dungarpur who relied on this school cricketer to play internationally in 1989 against India’s all time favourite rival and opponent on every point, Pakistan. At this time this little master was just 16 years of age. It was 15 November 1989 while playing his maiden Test in Karachi he became the Youngest Test Cricketer at that time. Another legendary Pakistani Player Waqar Unus had also started his carrier from this match. Sachin was bowled by Waqar Unus at just 15 runs. This was a drawn match.

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