My Heroes India


My Heroes India - This great photo is of Mohinder Amarnath | Indian cricket legend, Bishan Bedi played | Cast your mind back to 1996, Australia's..

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22 Yards Interactive Publishing - My Heroes India 2017-02-22 01:46

This great photo is of Mohinder Amarnath playing his favorite hook shot at the Ferozshah Kotla ground in Delhi in the 1984/85 series versus England.

He was seen in the latter part of his career, as the finest Indian batsman against express pace. Renowned for his courage and determination. F...

My Heroes India Photo 2016-08-03 02:45

Indian cricket legend, Bishan Bedi played his first Test in 1966 and his last in 1979. A slow left arm orthodox bowler, he bowled 21,364 balls during his lengthy Test career and took 266 wickets. Bedi formed part of the famous Indian spin quartet which included, Erapalli Prasanna, Srinivas...

My Heroes India Photo 2016-07-28 02:33

Cast your mind back to 1996, Australia's tour of India & the Test match played in Delhi. Australia were bowled out in 73 overs on the opening day, 8 of their wickets falling to spin bowlers, including the magic of Anil Kumble. The convincing win in this match ensured that India's ...

My Heroes India Photo 2016-07-22 04:39

The worlds first interactive book on Indian Test Cricket - You can relive India's greatest achievements and their defining moments, throughout what has been an exciting and colourful history of Test cricket. Coming soon, so watch this space! 📷 22 Yards Publishing #definingmoments #indiantestc...
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