On his book 'Centurion - The Father, the Son and the Spirit of Cricket'
In this novel, the reader takes up the guise of the famous cricketer and sets forth on a philosophical journey like no other. Told in a light, engaging voice, the story moves from a single incident - the interview of a prospective candidate for the position of a college principal - to larger speculations about life, the universe and the great game known as existence. Sachin - witty, sharp and observant - functions as a guide on this metaphysical, fantastical journey from the everyday of a college ground to the larger ground of life.
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