Rahul dravid timeless steel

Rohit Brijnath looks back at the twin peaks of Adelaide Booker Prize Winner AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.

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Read his Brandman Oration speech and watched it again after years along with all these innings. Sep 12, Sridatta rated it liked it Shelves: Unlike other biographical collections, Timeless Steel never tries to glorify Rahul Dravid unneccesarily.

He played his first and last T20I. He contributed to India more than just international runs! Next page of related Sponsored Products.

Aug 29, Santhosh rated it it was amazing Shelves: The book, that is. Rahul all the best for your second innings Dravid was not only just a cricketer, but he is a gentleman and a person to follow. He will always remain as one of the great players India has ever produced. This surely is a himeless time read for everyone for the life lessons it imparts subtly. The hole would not be felt in the near future. Read reviews that mention rahul dravid dravid fan timeless steel must read bradman oration book is a must cricket lovers collection of articles indian cricket read every dravid fans played by dravid read this book good book man rahul dravid fan this book cricketer wall india batsman.

Rahul Dravid: Timeless Steel - Wikipedia

This book is a bible if you worship The Rahul Dravid. Jarrod Kimber tells of how Dravid became the reason for him getting married.

I started following cricket from the same England series in which Rahul made his debut and the book covers almost all of his career till he hung up his boots after Draivd tour. The piece by Karnataka cricketer is brief and abrupt and the one by a random guy going gaga over an handshake is ridiculous and funny as hell.

Rahul Dravid: Timeless Steel

Timeless Steel is a book compiled by ESPN Cricinfo, that talks about the ranul of the man that Dravid was, as a cricketer as well as a human being. The articles provide a lot of insights about the man that is Rahul Dravid.

Visit our Help Pages. Don't worry about it though, scissors and paper shredders were created for a reason. Rohit Brijnath looks back at the twin peaks of Adelaide The best one I liked was his own speech written for Bradman Oration.

Write a customer review. See our Returns Policy. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Ed Smith, who shared a dressing room with Dravid at Kent, writes of a thorough gentleman. To relive the golden moments of the past and to learn about the man who when looked closely was indeed the only Mr. Mukul Kesavan analyses how his technique eteel for more style than one might assume. The penultimate chapter was the 10th Sir Don Bradman oration delivered by Dravid.

Amazon Prime Music Stream millions of songs, ad-free. My opinion of the book might not be objective as I read few of the articles earlier on Cricinfo before buying this book and my appetite was left short. The interviews and Bradman oratory speech were great especially the interview conducted during his retirement.

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