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What is Monty Panesar's real name?

Asked by Janis, 28 Jun '08 05:02 pm
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The famous left arm spinner is better know as Mudhsuden Singh Panesar. Fondly called as Monty or Monty Python. He is the first Sikh to represent a nation other than India in Test cricket.
Answered by Doctor Know, 28 Jun '08 05:06 pm

 
  
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Mudhsuden Singh Panesar
Answered by old age, 28 Jun '08 05:05 pm

 
  
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Monty Panesar, 24, whose real name is Madhusuden Singh Panesar, was born in Luton and first learnt his cricket with people of Indian origin in Luton, and then joined an all-Indian team in the Hertfordshire League. To firm up his mental preparedness for cricket at the highest level, Panesar says he turned to a guru of the Nanaksar sect of Sikhism to get a better perspective of life, and practises yoga regularly.
Answered by ankit shivam, 28 Jun '08 05:29 pm

 
  
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Mudhsuden Singh Panesar
Answered by Anil K Chugh, 29 Jun '08 05:31 pm

 
  
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Mudhsuden Singh Panesar
Answered by sudesh, 07 Jul '08 06:18 am

 
  
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