Sachin Tendulkar with his wife Anjali Tendulkar at Dharamsala. Earlier in an interview, Sachin Tendulkar said the time spent with family plays an integral part in everyone's life. "Home is where most of our precious moments are made. Whether it is festival, dinners, or small family occasions, memories with families play an integral part in our lives," said Tendulkar, who recently featured in a new commercial for a power firm. (Pics/ PTI)
During his 45th birthday on April 24, Sachin Tendulkar recalled how his dented car added to the joy the day India won its second ODI World Cup, in 2011 -- a personal first for him in a record sixth appearance at the marquee tournament. "After we won the World Cup, Anjali (Tendulkar), being superstitious, didn't want to be at the ground. I called her and said 'what are you doing at home? You got to be here in the dressing room, we are all celebrating'," said Tendulkar
After meeting the Dalai Lama, Sachin Tendulkar said that he felt ecstatic to seek the Tibetan leader's blessing, adding that the duo talked about spreading happiness and communal harmony. 'It was an excellent, very good meeting. I always wanted to be here and take the blessings. Just wanted to spend some time and say hello to him. We talked about spreading happiness and communal harmony," Tendulkar told reporters.
Sachin Tendulkar wears a Himachali cap during the inauguration of cricket 'Centre of Excellence' set up by Asian Cricket Council in Dharamshala on Thursday
Sachin Tendulkar inaugurates the Center of Excellence at HPCA Stadium, Dharamshala
Sachin Tendulkar takes a selfie with fans as he arrives to inaugurate the Centre of Excellency at HPCA Stadium Dharamshala on Thursday
Sachin Tendulkar's son Arjun too, is part of the camp along with Mumbai's upcoming pacer Anjdeep Lad. Around 25 cricketers, which include current India U-19 cricketers like Atharva Taide, Harsh Tyagi and Anuj Rawat are also participating in the month-long camp
Sachin Tendulkar spent quality time with young cricketers during a National Cricket Academy camp for U-19 players, currently underway in Dharamsala. On Wednesday, Tendulkar spent close to three hours with the youngsters and gave them an insight into how to assess the conditions quickly to be able to succeed in all three formats of the game.
On Thursday, Sachin Tendulkar held one-on-one discussion with the U-19 cricketers before overseeing their preparations at the indoor nets of the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) Stadium
Former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, his wife Anjali Tendulkar and son Arjun Tendulkar visited Dharamshala on a four-day private visit to inaugurate a cricket museum on Tuesday. Sachin Tendulkar also visited his holiness the Dalai Lama at the latter's adopted home in McLeod Ganj