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Last 50 tweets from @VVSLaxman281
Very proud of Mayas👌👏👏
Proud of my son, whose article has been featured in NIF. Tadoba Through My Lens natureinfocus.in/young-tusks/ta…
 
Many congratulations @windiescricket on a brilliant win. Great display of skills and maturity and extremely well led by Jason Holder. Top knock from Blackwood in the fourth innings and West Indies showing how it is done #ENGvWI
 
Meet Raju Chavan from Mumbai,who is visually impaired & working as a telephone operator in St. George's Hospital.
Even though the physically-impaired have been exempted from work, he hasn't taken a single leave during the Pandemic & has been
helping the ones in need. Hats off 🙏
 
Very true @virendersehwag They are the real Superhero’s🙏🙏
A soldier celebrating his birthday.
Forget cheese cake, the beauty of a Snow cake, which only a soldier knows.
No word are enough to describe their sacrifices and resilience. pic.twitter.com/sr5xGSdUNU
 
Get well soon Amit Ji. Wishing you a speedy recovery.
T 3590 -I have tested CoviD positive .. shifted to Hospital .. hospital informing authorities .. family and staff undergone tests , results awaited ..
All that have been in close proximity to me in the last 10 days are requested to please get themselves tested !
 
VVS Laxman Retweeted ·  
COVID 19 has pushed the world on to the backfoot. It is important to find an anchor. I found mine. Make sure you find yours. @oakley instagram.com/p/CCdF1pdMZeC/…
 
Many more happy returns of the day to the legendary Sunil Gavaskar. Thank you for inspiring me over the years and it has been an absolute pleasure spending time with you in the commentary box in the last few years. Wish you a great year ahead.
 
Congratulations @cricketaakash Wishing you good luck and lots of success in this new venture you have embarked upon.
Happy to share a little personal news...have joined hands with z-bat.com to create customised bats for beginners/professionals...जब कपड़े अपने फ़िट के पहनते हो तो बैट भी वही चुनो जो आपके खेल-शरीर के लिए सही है। #Innovation #Revolution #YourBatSolution ☺️🤗 pic.twitter.com/7YpP48m2OL
 
Many more happy returns of the day @SGanguly99 . May you taste ever more success and receive more and more love. Have a great day and year ahead #HappyBirthdayDada
 
Many more happy returns of the day to a man whose composure and patience continues to be an inspiration. #HappyBirthdayDhoni
 
VVS Laxman Retweeted ·  
My father is still critical after abdominal surgery five days ago & requires A+ve blood. Whoever is willing to donate, please come to Apollo Hospitals, Jubilee Hills, tell them you are blood donor for patient K.Ramakrishnan, patient id 339122 & go to blood bank. Forever grateful
 
On this auspicious ocassion of #GuruPurnima , I offer my salutations and prayers to my Guru.
May the divine light within all of us awaken and we live to our full potential.

youtu.be/_q4ZHpxIdVQ
 
"Strength is Life, weakness is Death."
My humble tributes to #SwamiVivekananda ji on his Punyatithi !
 
Wishing @harbhajan_singh a very very Happy Birthday. May you experience joy and continue to share it with people around you. Have a great day and a fabulous year ahead. #HBDHarbhajanSingh
 
On this #WorldSportsJournalistsDay ,I recall my childhood days and take this occasion to thank each one of them for the beautiful manner in which they covered the game of cricket and the encouragement they gave me and many youngsters as we grew up in the game 🙏🌺
 
Heard about the passing away of West Indies legend , Sir Everton Weekes. He was one of the greats of the game My condolences to his family and loved ones.
 
Probably the most important knock of my career😃
.@VVSLaxman281's first Test 💯 💥

Classy, as always.

pic.twitter.com/Nw06DzwBVG
 
On the occasion of #NationalDoctorsDay let us salute and pay tribute to the real superheroes who are not only risking their own health but are working tirelessly in fighting the pandemic. To all our inspiring Doctor’s , a very happy doctor’s day.
 
Sensational 👏👏👌
Outstanding catcher Rahul Dravid 👌👌 pic.twitter.com/DnLQhKlHPV
 
In reply to @lancscricket
@lancscricket Had a memorable time being part of an amazing team. Enjoyed the hospitality of the club members and the camaraderie of my team mates. #RedRoseTogether
Who remembers @VVSLaxman281's time at Lancashire? 🙌

🔴 1,237 First-Class runs @ 61.85
💯 6 hundreds, 6 half-centuries

A class act 😍

🌹 #RedRoseTogether pic.twitter.com/SktV0lKy8m
 
This wonderful inspiring man from Uttar Pradesh, living with dignity and through hardwork despite losing both hands.
Our country is so full of such wonderful people who inspire through their will-power , persistence and dignity.
 
37 years today since the historic day at Lords when Kapil Paaji lifted the 1983 World Cup. As a 9 year old, it inspired me to dream big and enhanced my love for the game. Incredible day which inspired a whole generation. Thank you Team 83.
 
VVS Laxman Retweeted ·  
My father is a cancer patient
We are facing finacial difficulties as we don't have money for undergoing chemotheraphy
I am raising funds for his treatment
Please help me

@VVSLaxman281
Sir please retweet it

impactguru.com/fundraiser/hel…
Help Me raise fund for cancer treatment.
impactguru.com
 
Speechless!
Mother's are extra special and love personified. Extremely moving video of a mother working to feed her Specially Abled child.
She Herself Is Specially abled but is working to feed her son.

Some volunteers saw Her Video And Visited Her Home With Ration.
 
Deeply saddened by the passing away of Shri Rajinder Goel, the highest wicket-taker in the history of Ranji Trophy. My heartfelt condolences to his family and loved ones.
 
Really wonderful gesture Vijay Bhai. Many of these stalwarts have been a part of many sportsperson’s journey right from their initial days and it’s been a thankless job in many ways, despite so much effort and dedication. My humble pranams to all these lovely people
Episode 2 of my series on #StalwartsOfSportsJournalism No one acknowledges contributions of sports scribes. I will. Today's hero is Ramakrishnan Kaushik 😀 @anilkumble1074 @VVSLaxman281 @kartikmurali @wvraman @BishanBedi pic.twitter.com/68pUCrEyE3
 
VVS Laxman Retweeted ·  
Spin Talks and I are all set for our 'Debut', and we couldn't be happier to be kickstarting this journey with a man who is not only a Legend but also my guru, mentor and a special friend.

Catch the first part of my conversation with Maninder Singh
youtu.be/Rt0ZVdz6Wdk NOW!
 
Yoga happens beyond the Mat. Anything you do with attention to what you feel is doing Yoga. #InternationalYogaDay
 
VVS Laxman Retweeted ·  
A lot of people have been asking me - What is Spin Talks all about?

Here is why I am doing Spin Talks 😊

Also, the First Episode will be available on Sunday on My YouTube Channel - youtube.com/channel/UCmrmk…

#SpinTalks
 
Dadarao Bilhore has been filling potholes in Mumbai ever since he lost his 16 yr old son to an accident caused by a pothole. Even as the grief was tearing him apart, armed with broken paver blocks, gravel, stones & shovel,he started filling every pothole he witnessed. No words 🙏
 
My heartfelt condolences to the family of the martyrs who have made the supreme sacrifice in the line of duty.
#GalwanValley
 
Congrats @kartikmurali I am sure a lot of young aspiring spinners will benefit immensely from each episode of Spin Talks.
In reply to @kartikmurali
Subscribe to my YouTube channel to catch all the episodes - youtube.com/channel/UCmrmk…
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
My dream of a Ranji Trophy win remained unfulfilled, but I enjoyed being part of this Hyderabad team of 2000 led by my childhood hero @azharflicks .The journey to the final was enriched by being part of a side that included helpful seniors and childhood friends-turned-teammates. pic.twitter.com/Kjyh6PgEkU
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
My endeavour has been to illustrate the strength of character of my teammates who never gave up. I sincerely hope their journey will continue to serve as an inspiration to all of us in these challenging times and beyond.
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
They didn’t play for India as much as they should have, but @WasimJaffer14 and @kartikmurali extended their romance with the sport through Ranji Trophy and county cricket respectively. They are the pioneers of a generation which chose to write its own cricketing destiny. pic.twitter.com/KulEPmKQLg
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
My dream of a Ranji Trophy win remained unfulfilled, but I enjoyed being part of this Hyderabad team of 2000 led by my childhood hero @azharflicks .The journey to the final was enriched by being part of a side that included helpful seniors and childhood friends-turned-teammates.
 
Mental health is a very serious issue and needs more attention than it gets. Being sensitive, compassionate ,gentle and consistently reaching out to those struggling is very important.

My heartfelt condolences to #SushantSinghRajput ‘s family
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
Despite grappling with his fair share of challenges, @IrfanPathan retained his fierce passion for the sport. Along the way, he embraced the role of an inspirational mentor-cum-coach when still an active first-class player, willingly sharing his wisdom and experience. pic.twitter.com/GJgynx9gb2
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
They didn’t play for India as much as they should have, but @WasimJaffer14 and @kartikmurali extended their romance with the sport through Ranji Trophy and county cricket respectively. They are the pioneers of a generation which chose to write its own cricketing destiny.
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
A product of India’s robust grassroots structure, @MohammadKaif inspired an entire generation of players from Uttar Pradesh to shed their insecurities and play at the highest level. His electric fielding soon became the benchmark that thousands strived to emulate. pic.twitter.com/TwbZD7DB1x
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
Despite grappling with his fair share of challenges, @IrfanPathan retained his fierce passion for the sport. Along the way, he embraced the role of an inspirational mentor-cum-coach when still an active first-class player, willingly sharing his wisdom and experience.
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
Massively inquisitive and totally obsessed with the game, @GautamGambhir never shied away from a challenge on a cricket field. Whether it was taking on express pace bowlers on spicy tracks overseas or standing up for a wronged teammate, he knew not what it was to back down. pic.twitter.com/RlZlGbucp1
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
A product of India’s robust grassroots structure, @MohammadKaif inspired an entire generation of players from Uttar Pradesh to shed their insecurities and play at the highest level. His electric fielding soon became the benchmark that thousands strived to emulate.
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
A fragile body suggested a brief pace-bowling career, but Ashish Nehra battled through the pain barrier to keep bouncing back as a white-ball master. Repeated comebacks from injury were rewarded with a World Cup winner’s medal in 2011 and a fitting farewell aged 38. pic.twitter.com/j5gey74NWl
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
Massively inquisitive and totally obsessed with the game, @GautamGambhir never shied away from a challenge on a cricket field. Whether it was taking on express pace bowlers on spicy tracks overseas or standing up for a wronged teammate, he knew not what it was to back down.
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
Blessed with the rare equanimity of viewing cricket as a sport and not a matter of life and death, @msdhoni’s calling card was composure, especially under pressure. The 2007 World T20 triumph catalysed the stirring captaincy saga of a leader who talked through his deeds. pic.twitter.com/N2LukWwD3f
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
A fragile body suggested a brief pace-bowling career, but Ashish Nehra battled through the pain barrier to keep bouncing back as a white-ball master. Repeated comebacks from injury were rewarded with a World Cup winner’s medal in 2011 and a fitting farewell aged 38.
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
Daring to dream big & determined to chase those dreams, @ImZaheer ‘s journey from tiny Shrirampur to the dizzy heights of success illustrated the strength of his character.His career-defining county stint at Worcester reiterated his desire to reinvent himself & shed comfort zones pic.twitter.com/44eCYAhYxa
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
Blessed with the rare equanimity of viewing cricket as a sport and not a matter of life and death, @msdhoni’s calling card was composure, especially under pressure. The 2007 World T20 triumph catalysed the stirring captaincy saga of a leader who talked through his deeds.
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
An inspiration to many through his successful conquest of cancer,it’s scarcely believable that @YUVSTRONG12 carried the team on his shoulders at the 2011 World Cup when gravely unwell. That he registered his highest ODI score after his recovery is tribute to his unwavering spirit pic.twitter.com/cRUBAGdBCu
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
Daring to dream big & determined to chase those dreams, @ImZaheer ‘s journey from tiny Shrirampur to the dizzy heights of success illustrated the strength of his character.His career-defining county stint at Worcester reiterated his desire to reinvent himself & shed comfort zones
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
Another person could easily have buckled under the string of personal and professional setbacks that marked the early part of his career. Channelizing potential frustration into unbridled aggression, @harbhajan_singh held his own at the highest level for a decade and a half. pic.twitter.com/q7gF47rrTJ
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
An inspiration to many through his successful conquest of cancer,it’s scarcely believable that @YUVSTRONG12 carried the team on his shoulders at the 2011 World Cup when gravely unwell. That he registered his highest ODI score after his recovery is tribute to his unwavering spirit
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
Cocking a snook at those who questioned his pedigree against high-quality fast bowling, @virendersehwag went on to establish himself as one of the most destructive openers in Test history. Viru’s immense self-belief and positivity was as mind-boggling as it was infectious. pic.twitter.com/BDOGoSV0FN
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
Another person could easily have buckled under the string of personal and professional setbacks that marked the early part of his career. Channelizing potential frustration into unbridled aggression, @harbhajan_singh held his own at the highest level for a decade and a half.
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
A tearaway fast bowler from a relative cricketing outpost of Mysore,he triggered a revolution in Indian pace bowling. Even in most unhelpful conditions,he always responded to the team’s needs with unflinching zeal. Sri’s strength was his hunger to perform under adverse conditions pic.twitter.com/zEwy36lrDT
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
Cocking a snook at those who questioned his pedigree against high-quality fast bowling, @virendersehwag went on to establish himself as one of the most destructive openers in Test history. Viru’s immense self-belief and positivity was as mind-boggling as it was infectious.
 
It's so heartwarming and inspiring to watch 99 year old Amma pack food for migrant workers in Mumbai. Such acts of kindness and generosity just increase our belief in the love and care that we are all capable of giving each other. Humble pranams to the wonderful lady.
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
The game’s most committed student, Rahul was the ultimate team man, responding to every challenge with complete dedication. Despite being in a position to say ‘no’, he not only kept wicket in white-ball cricket and opened the batting in Tests, but did so with utmost diligence. pic.twitter.com/W7eEyK53DX
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
A tearaway fast bowler from a relative cricketing outpost of Mysore,he triggered a revolution in Indian pace bowling. Even in most unhelpful conditions,he always responded to the team’s needs with unflinching zeal. Sri’s strength was his hunger to perform under adverse conditions
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
Unconventional and fiercely proud, @SGanguly99 wore his heart on his sleeve. And, sometimes, bared it too! Empowering youngsters who went on to do wonders for the country was credit to his great leadership qualities. pic.twitter.com/wCVuRctqPD
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
The game’s most committed student, Rahul was the ultimate team man, responding to every challenge with complete dedication. Despite being in a position to say ‘no’, he not only kept wicket in white-ball cricket and opened the batting in Tests, but did so with utmost diligence.
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
A giant in every sense, he rose above and beyond the call of duty. The grit, drive and bravery displayed through this picture is quintessential @anilkumble1074 .Never giving up, no matter what, was a trait which made Anil the cricketer he became. pic.twitter.com/pEPNgVRcPA
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
Unconventional and fiercely proud, @SGanguly99 wore his heart on his sleeve. And, sometimes, bared it too! Empowering youngsters who went on to do wonders for the country was credit to his great leadership qualities.
 
In reply to @VVSLaxman281
His trail-blazing career is the stuff legends are made of,but even more endearing is his commitment, passion & respect for the game that made him what he is.Staying grounded despite the adulation he received is a remarkable quality,one of the hallmarks of his greatness @sachin_rt pic.twitter.com/J0ZJX6AOZ1
Replying to @VVSLaxman281
A giant in every sense, he rose above and beyond the call of duty. The grit, drive and bravery displayed through this picture is quintessential @anilkumble1074 .Never giving up, no matter what, was a trait which made Anil the cricketer he became.
 
 
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