A small-town boy with aspiration and dexterity.

From a teammate to a knight,

From countless strenuous to three unbowed strikes.

A man with a focus who stayed in the present.

From playing chess on the ground from behind the wickets,

A man who chooses actuality over light.

From inspiration to billions with tranquility.

From the sadness of the moment to a vivid journey.

You always going to be there in books of heart and mind.

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