In Pics: A glimpse of Rahul Dravid's luxurious Bangalore house

Rahul Dravid, the new head coach of the Indian team and a great batsman, is a role model for many youngsters. His contribution to Indian cricket is invaluable. Dravid will stand up whenever the team gets in trouble

After retiring from cricket, Rahul Dravid did not stop contributing to Indian cricket. He coached young players under the age of 19 and coached the India A team. After that he became the head of the National Cricket Academy.

Rahul Dravid has 13,288 runs in Tests and 10,889 runs in ODIs. Dravid faithfully carried out all the responsibilities like wicketkeeper, captain, opener etc. He did justice to every responsibility entrusted to him. Rahul is on the field as well as off the field.

He has also coached the Indian Under-19 team and under his guidance India has won the Under-19 World Cup.

His calm and restrained nature is well-liked by many, and his temperament is evident from the Dravidian way of life.

Rahul Dravid lives with his family in Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka. He has a luxurious bungalow at Indira Nagar.

This bungalow looks as beautiful on the outside as it does on the inside. He built this bungalow in 2014.

Dravid scored 24,177 runs in international cricket and is widely regarded as one of the greatest batsmen in the history of cricket.

Born in a Marathi family and raised in Bangalore, he started playing cricket at the age of 12 and later represented Karnataka at the under-15, under-17 and under-19 levels. Hailed as The Wall, Dravid was named one of the best five cricketers of the year by Wisden Cricketers' Almanack in 2000 and received the Player of the Year and the Test Player of the Year awards at the inaugural ICC awards ceremony in 2004

In December 2011, he became the first non-Australian cricketer to deliver the Bradman Oration in Canberra.[9]

As of December 2016, Dravid is the fourth-highest run scorer in Test cricket, after Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting and Jacques Kallis.

In 2004, after completing his century against Bangladesh in Chittagong, he became the first player to score a century in all the ten Test-playing countries.

As of October 2012, he holds the record for the most catches taken by a player (non-wicket-keeper) in Test cricket, with 210.

In August 2011, after receiving a surprise recall in the ODI series against England, Dravid declared his retirement from ODIs as well as Twenty20 International (T20I), and in March 2012, he announced his retirement from international and first-class cricket. He appeared in the 2012 Indian Premier League as captain of the Rajasthan Royals.