Gentlemen, we have just been witness to the greatest piece of cricketing literature EVER...
Neville Cardus, who? :p
SJS, Paaagrrri (Hat in punjabi) Off for you....you have proven, once for all that the greatness of Ajit can not be even compared with any gaaama phajaaa, billou of cricket.
Now how about proving that Boycott was wrongly labeled as selfish.? and he was the biggest team player to play the game
thanks SJS. i have been a staunch atheist all my life. your words have drawn me towards faith.
Haha, oh my all these years and I never recognised this thread until now somehow. Unbelievable...
Longest one of my life! :happy:
(and yes, maybe that reply was partly to get this thread back on the front page).
What a thread.
While clearing out my battery of external drives, I came across,dozens of finished and unfinished cricket articles among which was the first instalment on that last bit on Ajit Agarkar (PBUH) and I started wondering whether I ever finished that and if I did, how did it end. So I came to CW looking for it and found it. It was fun writing this stuff. It really was. Writing the serious stuff on CW became tedious and unpleasant after a time which is what took me away initially and then my photography kept me away from this and everything else that could claim my time.
I am here today to say how much I enjoyed writing this and a lot of other stuff on CW. I wish I had the time to do it but I haven't. I do visit CW once in 3-4 months or so but so many old friends are not there and one feels like a stranger although that is not the reason I am not here more often, I seriously do not have the time to spare from my photography which I can pursue only for a few more years i suspect before my body packs up. I guess one day, when I am in a wheel-chair, I will be seen here more often :)
Love you guys.
Haha, always smile when this thread pops up.
We all need a smile now and then... What a champion poster SJS is :) We need him more around here.
This thread is the work of the gods.
I have shot out likes galore to such fine men.