17 - Dravid also represented Scotland in the 2003 English domestic season. He was bowled over by Scottish culture, saying "I intend to buy a kilt before I leave and I'll probably wear it at home in Bangalore."
18 - Dravid's career has been largely free of controversies except for a couple of incidents. In January 2004, he was found guilty of ball tampering during an ODI against Zimbabwe at Brisbane by match referee Clive Lloyd. TV footage caught Dravid putting a lozenge on the ball during the Zimbabwean innings. Dravid was fined half of his earnings from the match.
19 - Also in 2004, Dravid declared the Indian innings closed in a Test against Pakistan in Multan, with Sachin Tendulkar unbeaten on 194. Tendulkar expressed his disappointment at the declaration but both men quickly put the controversy behind them.
20 - A few months earlier, Dravid had been at the receiving end of a similar declaration against Australia at Sydney in 2003-04. Skipper Sourav Ganguly closed the innings when Dravid was on 91. However, Dravid had just been injured and was going off the field when the declaration came.
In Image: Dravid with his wife Vijeta