Czars of the East is a humble tribute to two of the greatest exponents of Indian cricket who hail from the Eastern zone of India. They are icons not just for the youth in this country; rather their popularity extends across various demographic segments simply because of the way they have approached the game, conducted themselves on the field and off it and have been exemplary in making all of us understand the true essence of leadership. They are none other than Sourav Ganguly and Mahendra Singh Dhoni. These two cricketers have challenged conventional norms and thoughts and in the process have invented their own brand of cricket which has been simply majestic.
This book has two major sections – the one dedicated to Sourav Ganguly and the other to Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Each such section further discusses a biographical account of the two players under several heads like The Formative Years, Marriage and After, On Top of the Game, Brand Endorsements, Miscellaneously Yours, Statistically Yours followed by a Picture Gallery dedicated to each of these two czars of Indian cricket.
The author hopes that this humble effort of his will be thoroughly liked by myriad of ‘Dada’ and ‘MSD’ aficionados like him and they will find this book to be pleasantly different in its approach and contextual treatment.
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