Rahul Sharad Dravid! Everytime you walked into the crease, you restored the trust and the faith in the Indian Batting order. As @sidvee rigthly says in the post picked up below, you are the true all rounder. The Indian Cricket team and the fans will remember you every time we lose one of the openers early, every time when a catch is missed in the slips, every time we are looking for someone to play the whole day in a test match. You will be missed. But as you said rightly we have to move on, so here are some of the posts picked up from the Indian blogosphere about Rahul Dravid and others. Read on.
- Who: Siddhartha Vaidyanathan
What: Goodbye Dravid
Spicy: The Indian cricket scene and fans of it bid goodbye to Rahul Dravid with a heavy heart, as he takes his retirement. Sidvee recollects all his memories of watching the legend play, and writes a letter to him. Sidvee says this is supposed to be a happy day. It’s the memories that matter. You’ve left us a world full of them. 🙂
- Who: Minal
What: Rahul and I
Spicy: There will be No Moving On from Rahul Dravid for me. A sense of nostalgia gripped us while we read this post. Dravid was Minal’s superstar and she admires him since childhood. The scanned pictures in this post of the posters, magazine copies, newspaper cuttings, that date back to ’96, justify how much Minal admires him! Minal, you took us back to the good ol’ times. 🙂
- Who: Shilpa Garg
What: Love Thy Neighbours?!?
Spicy: Shilpa has listed the kind of neighbours she is surrounded with, in this post. From Param Bhakts to The Compare.coms, she has a hilarious and irritating bunch of people around her. 😛 Do read and see which ones do you have near you, or you yourself might fit into one of these. 😛 Go ahead!
- Who: Prabhdeep Singh
What: QUE SERA, SERA
Spicy: Prabhdeep has written a beautiful poem. Sometimes you don’t need extravagant words to convey things, and this poem justifies this. This poem is weaved with simple words, but gives out its message aptly. Do read.
- Who: Daddy San
What: Business english and the rotting of good communication
Spicy: So the next time you leave Daddy San a comment or write an email, this is something you need to read and take care of. 😛 A hilarious post, where Daddy San decodes his interpretation of ‘revert’, ‘regards’, ‘Hi all’ and much more! Recommended read!
- Who: Neelima Velangi
What: My Little Secret (on How to get started with Travel)
Spicy: Neelima here shares her experience of traveling, and how she started off this journey. Through this post she guides many aspiring travelers on how they can start with their journey, and gives some tips and suggestions too. If you want to travel, then do read this post. 🙂
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