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Lala Amarnath, aged 49, in the nets before leading the Bombay Cricket Association President's XI against Pakistanis, Brabourne Stadium, Bombay, February 18, 1961

Lala Amarnath, aged 49, in the nets before leading the Bombay Cricket Association President's XI against Pakistanis in 1961-62

Against Sussex at Hove on July 29, 1946 the first four batsmen of the Indian team completed centuries. The board shows the position just before the fall of the third wicket. The players from left to right are: V. Mankad who scored 105, L. Amarnath (106), Nawab of Pataudi (110 not out), V. M. Merchant (205). The score-board was presented to Sussex by the most famous of all Indian cricketers, K. S. Ranjitsinhji
V. Mankad (105), L. Amarnath (106), Nawab of Pataudi (110 not out), V. M. Merchant (205)Wisden
Lara Amarnath bowling during India's tour of England, 1946
Lara Amarnath bowling during India's tour of EnglandWisden Cricket Monthly
Lala Amarnath boards his ship after being thrown off the 1936 tour, Southampton,  June 28, 1936
Lala Amarnath boards his ship after being thrown off the 1936 tourWisden
CK Nayudu and Lala Amarnath walk out to bat in India's first home Test, first day, first Test, India vs England, Bombay Gymkhana Ground, Mumbai, December 18, 1933
CK Nayudu and Lala Amarnath walk out to bat in India's first home TestGetty Images
Lala Amarnath
Lala AmarnathWisden
Lala Amarnath bowls in the nets, 1946
Lala Amarnath bowls in the netsGetty Images
Lala Amarnath on his to 36 against Middlesex. Patsy Hendren is at slip and Fred Price is the wicketkeeper, Middlesex v Indians, Lord's, May 25, 1936
Lala Amarnath on his to 36 against MiddlesexWisden