[KINDLE] ❁ Pundits from Pakistan ❄ Rahul Bhattacharya – Writerscompany.co.uk

Pundits from Pakistan Thanks Rahul for helping us to relive those moments of the memorable victory over Pakistan.As books on cricket tour is almost gone,Rahul s effort on bringing the stories entangled in nook and corner of the cricket crazy nation,from the cricketing brains of Pakistan along with the match events was equally enthralling and fresh as the trip which happened after so many years.By any standard, it was a historic tour, crammed with political significance, significant cricket, and overflow of emotions m Than The best book travelogue reportage on subcontinental cricket ever written.Bhattacharya s prose is mesmerizing. A Cricketing Romp Through Pakistan In Early 2004, The Indian Cricket Team Set Out For Pakistan Pundits Describes The Subsequent Tour, Detailing The Matches, The Moods, The Games And The Players More Than Merely That, Though, It Is Also A Book About The First Major Sporting Encounter Between India And Pakistan In 15 Years A Period In Which The Two Countries Had Fought One War And Come Close To Another What Emerges Is A Fascinating Contemporary Account Of A Beautiful Game In Its Most Crucial Setting, Captured Through The Eyes Of A Young Indian Discovering Pakistan. Cricketer is a great leveler indeed At least for the India s historical tour of Pakistan The memories became vivid through Rahul s intriguing writing once again Actually, it is athan a sports story, a trav 4.5 stars I am shamefully late at reading this but the distance in time I think enhanced my experience of the book I love reading RB s writing on cricket and was already a fan going into this book This cricket series is one of my favorites that I remember following closely and the book brought back the heady nostalgia of all the hullabaloo that surrounded it The book is funny, thoughtful, thrilling, sensitive, part travelogue, part match analysis, part memoir and such a fantastic read overal 4.5 stars I am s Pretty nicely written Tinge of romanticism and a whole lot of anecdotes which accurately depict a picture of cricket in Pakistan. From Multan ka Sultan to Balaji zara dheere chalo , from the match coverage to press conferences, from the travelogue to inside scoops, this nostalgia generating machine will take you for a walk down the memory lane while tickling your funny bone all along.S In October 1991, I was in the press box at the Sharjah Stadium watching Pakistan s Aaqib Javed decimate the Indian batting line up in the final of the Wills Trophy.Aaqib claimed seven wickets for 37 runs, a world record, including a hat trick Ravi Shastri, Azharuddin, and Sachin Tendulkar all three given out LBW Two of these decisions were apparently questionable, but that s not the point of this post.Aaqib Javed was only 19 at the time How did he even get to play for his country at such a In October 1991, I was in the press box at the Sharjah Stadium watching Pakistan s Aaqib Javed decimate the Indian batting line up in the final of the Wills Trophy.Aaqib claimed seven wickets for 37 runs, a world record, including a hat trick Ravi Shastri, Azharuddin, and Sachin Tendulkar all three given out LBW Two of these decisions were apparently questionable, Perceptive, breezy, and delightful Heavily recommended for lovers of cricket and travelogues. This is my second book by Rahul Bhattacharya The first one The sly company of people who care was semi fiction and although his writing was excellent, it suffered from a severe shallowness of plot But, when you are writing about an India Pakistan tour with enough twists and sub plots to bamboozle even fiction writers, you only have to worry about your writing style And when that s covered, you already have a good book on your hand.The 2003 04 series is one of my all time favourite India tou This is my second book by Rahul Bhattacharya The first one The sly company of people who care was semi fiction and although his writing was excellent, it suffered from a severe shallowness of plot But, when you are writing about an India Pakistan tour with enough twists and sub plots to bamboozle even fiction writers, you only have to worry about your writing style And when that s covered, you already have a good book on your hand.The 2003 04 series is one of my all time favourite India tours India won both the ODI and test series after much talk of them being made to wipe the floor But looking back they probably were lucky to run into one of the weakest Pakistani sides while being at one of their strongest ever themselves And they were also lucky that Gul got injured before the Pindi test.Bhattacharya starts right at the political winds at that time, with a now on now off tour before th


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