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Atish Hemade - A Tendulkar flipbook

Visual Disobedience - The Tendulkar mural

AlphaNOmega - A salute to the master

Chandni Ahuja - A Sachin collection like no other

Raghavendra Bhat - A mathemagic farewell

Vidhya Venkat - Thank you Sachin

Sai Prasad V - For Sachin, from Antarctica

Kartik Kannan - 'The day I interviewed Tendulkar'

Andy Zaltzman - The first day in the rest of cricket history

Clyne Valladares - 'Aala re aala' - A song for Sachin


The man whom cricket loved back

Sambit Bal: Tendulkar was the biggest worshipper the game could ever find, and in that lay the foundation of his greatness

Tendulkar's perfect balance

Sharda Ugra: While the team, the country and the sport changed around him, Tendulkar remained constant

Why do we insist on seeing the 'real' Sachin?

Rahul Bose: You can ask as much as you want for a more "human", more "feelable, touchable" Sachin, but he'll probably not change - and that's a good thing

Zaltz Stats

The approximate number of people in India today who had not been born when Sachin Tendulkar made his Test debut in 1989 (calculated from these figures). His batting has been so erotically outstanding that the global population has increased by almost 2 billion during his career, with the biggest increase, understandably, in India itself.

I have played cricket for 24 years, it has been only 24 hours since retirement, and I think I should get at least 24 days to relax before deciding these things.

Sachin Tendulkar doesn't want to think of what lies ahead just yet