Book Cover
Sourav Ganguly
The Maharaja of Cricket
Paper Type: Art Paper (Matt) | Size: 305 x 241mm
All colour; 139 photographs

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Some love Sourav Ganguly, others love to hate him, but no one can simply ignore him. Sourav Ganguly: The Maharaja Of Cricket is about the man, the leader and the motivator. With a bat in his hands, he is still worth a wager. This book is a tribute to the grit, courage and dedication of one man who taught Indian cricketers to dream. He is the man who can be credited with building Team India, brick by brick. The story of Sourav Ganguly is essentially that of a bright young lad’s metamorphosis into a leader in a battlefield called cricket. It is the kind of stuff that fairy tales are made of.


Debasish Datta
Debasish Datta
Author
Debasish Datta's passion for cricket can only be compared to Sunil Gavaskar's hunger for runs. He met Gavaskar for the first time in 1978 and this unique partnership continues to flower. It is said that when he is unwell, the best medicine you can give to Debasish is a story to chase. It is known to work like magic. Vastly experienced, he has criss-crossed the globe covering cricket from Wellington to Jamaica, Lahore to London and from Mumbai to Melbourne. The chief cricket writer of Aajkaal and the author of several books, Debasish has also aired his views on the BBC, Sky TV, NDTV, CNN-IBN and 24 Ghanta.
Geoffrey Boycott
Geoffrey Boycott
Foreword

Geoffrey Boycott was born in Yorkshire in 1940 and went on to become England’s (then) record runscorer in Test match cricket. He played 108 times for his country and scored more than 48,000 runs in first-class cricket between 1962 and 1986. Since retiring from the game, he has made a hugely successful career as a commentator.