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  • Mohinder Amarnath Biography, Age, Wife, Children, Family, Caste, Wiki & More

    Updated On : March 8, 2019

    Other Name: Jimmy, Mohinder Jain Bhardwaj
    Other Professions: Cricket Coach

    Mohinder Amarnath Age, Birthday Facts and Birthday Countdown

    69 years, 8 months, 10 days old age Mohinder Amarnath will turn 70 on 24 September, 2020. Only 3 months, 20 days, 5 hours, 0 minutes has left for his next birthday.

    Birthdays Celebrated on Each Day of Week

    Mohinder Amarnath has celebrated the total number of 69 birthdays till date. See the analysis by days count and bar graph.

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    Short Biography

    Mohinder Amarnath was born on 24-09-1950 in Patiala in the state of Punjab, India. He is an Indian Cricket Player & Cricket Coach.

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    Mohinder Amarnath Complete Bio & Career

    The time before India knew about a man called Sourav Ganguly, Mohinder Amarnath possessed the title "comeback king". His career which started in 1969, kept going 2 momentous decades and saw him accomplish the most noteworthy of pinnacles and furthermore sink to the least of troughs. Cricket kept running in his blood; he is the child of India's first post Independence skipper Lala Amarnath, the sibling of previous Test cricketer Surinder Amarnath and furthermore Rajinder Amarnath, a previous top notch cricketer. He began his vocation as a medium pace bowler who could bat, yet completed as a standout amongst the best batsmen created by India. 
    After his presentation arrangement in 1969, he needed to hold up until 1975 to come back to the side. He kept on being in and out of the side until the mid 1980s, when he scaled new statures. In 1982-83, he played 11 away Tests against Pakistan and West Indies and scored near 1200 runs. Things showed signs of improvement in 1983, when he had a noteworthy impact in India's fruitful World Cup crusade. His overall exhibitions in the semi-last and the last observed him return to back Man of the Match grants, aside from being pronounced the Man of the Series. 
    In any case, the next year ended up being very in opposition to the past 2 seasons. In the 1984 West Indies voyage through India, he oversaw just 1 keep running in 6 innings, a troubling show which got him the hatchet. Be that as it may, he came back with a blast, returning as a much improved batsman. 
    To huge numbers of his friends and adversaries, Amarnath was a standout amongst the best batsman of his occasions. Sunil Gavaskar depicted him as the best batsman on the planet, while Imran Khan considered him the best batsman in the 1982-83 season. Jimmy, as he was called, was known to be a bold individual and scored his runs on the hardest of tracks. His first century went ahead the quickest contribute the world - Perth, and he proceeded to score 10 additional tons against the best of bowlers. His batting aptitudes combined with precise medium pace bowling made him a standout amongst the best all-rounders to originate from India. 
    Post-retirement, Amarnath worked with a youthful Bangladesh side in the mid-90s, however, was chopped out after they neglected to meet all requirements for the 1996 World Cup.

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    Mohinder Amarnath Family, Relatives and Other Relations

    He was born to veteran cricketer Lala Amarnath and Kailash Kumari. His brother Surinder Amarnath was also a cricketer. He is married to Inderjit Amarnath.

    Life's Important Dates Of Mohinder Amarnath

    Body Measurements

    Skin Colour Fair
    Eye Colour Dark Brown
    Hair Colour White

    Personal Info

    Home Town Patila
    Nationality Indian
    Religion Sikh
    Address Patiala, Punjab, India
    School N/A
    College N/A
    Qualification N/A
    Hobbies Travelling
    Marital Status Married
    Debut Test - 24 December 1969 v Australia
    ODI - 7 June 1975 v England
    Best Friends Kapil Dev and Sunil Gavaskar
    Salary N/A
    Net Worth N/A
    Official Website N/A


    Car Collections Pajero


    Favorite Player Sunil Gavaskar , Kapil Dev
    Favorite Sport Cricket

    Shocking / Interesting Facts & Secrets About Mohinder Amarnath

    • He was bestowed with the title "comeback king" as he has made as many as 7 comebacks.
    • He thus far is the only Indian player who has been dismissed by handling the ball.
    • He was superstitious and always carried a red handkerchief in his pocket while going ut for batting.
    • He hosted a show called 'Cricket with Mohinder Amarnath' in the late 1980s and in that show he interviewed 15-year-old Sachin Tendulkar.
    • Sunil Gavaskar in his book "idols" have described Mohinder Amarnath as one of the world's finest batsman.