21 - His highest score in Test cricket is 270 against Pakistan in Rawalpindi in 2004. It is also his highest score in first class cricket. That knock was the longest innings by an Indian in Test cricket in terms of minutes. Dravid spent a staggering 740 minutes at the crease.
22 - In 2004, Dravid was the first winner of the Sir Garfield Sobers trophy awarded annually by the International Cricket Council to the World Player of the Year.
23 - Dravid represented India in 163 of his 164 Tests. The other Test was for the ICC World XI against Australia at Sydney in 2005. Dravid made 0 and 23 as the ICC World XI were trounced by 210 runs.
24 - Dravid played 94 successive Tests from his debut before missing what would have been his 95th Test against Sri Lanka at Ahmedabad in 2005-06 due to fever. It's the second longest streak of consecutive Tests since debut,behind only Adam Gilchrist (96).
25 - He is only the second non-English cricketer to have hit 3 or more centuries in a two different Test series in England (2002 and 2011), the other being Donald Bradman.