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==After playing career==
==Entertainment career==
==সন্মান==
==Honours==
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* In [[List of Padma Bhushan award recipients (1980–1989)|1980]], Gavaskar received the [[Padma Bhushan]] award for his successful International career representing Team India from the former Indian President [[Neelam Sanjiva Reddy]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Happy Birthday, Sunny! 10 facts about Sunil Gavaskar you might not know|url=http://indianexpress.com/article/sports/cricket/happy-birthday-sunny-ten-facts-you-might-now-know-about-sunil-gavaskar-2904612/|website=indianexpress.com|publisher=The Indian Express [P] Ltd.|accessdate=15 February 2018}}</ref>
* On 22 December 1994, Gavaskar was sworn in as [[Sheriff of Bombay|Bombay Sheriff]]—an honorary post, for a year, at [[Raj Bhavan (Mumbai)|Raj Bhavan]] in Mumbai in the presence of former [[Governor of Maharashtra|Governor]] [[P C Alexander]] and former [[Chief minister of Maharashtra|Chief minister]] [[Sharad Pawar]].
* In 1996, The [[Border-Gavaskar Trophy]] has been instituted in his co-honour. It was decided that any bilateral Test series between India and Australia will be called as Border-Gavaskar Trophy, named after iconic players [[Allan Border]] and Sunil Gavaskar. Both these players scored more than 10,000 runs in their respective Test careers and captained their teams.<ref>{{cite web|title=India vs Australia 2016-17: All you need to know about history of Border-Gavaskar Trophy|url=http://www.cricketcountry.com/articles/india-vs-australia-2016-17-all-you-need-to-know-about-history-of-border-gavaskar-trophy-579353|website=cricketcountry.com|publisher=© 2018 India.com|accessdate=15 February 2018}}</ref>
* "Gavaskar Stadium" in his home district of [[Vengurla]] has been named after him.<ref>{{cite web|title=Golden oldie brothers-in-law in the Gavaskar stable|url=https://blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Sportvicarious/golden-oldie-brother-in-laws/|website=indiatimes.com/|publisher=Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.|accessdate=15 February 2018}}</ref>
*In 2003, he became the first and till now the only Indian to have delivered a [[MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture|MCC Spirit Of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture]]. He was the 3rd lecturer in the history of the [[Cowdrey Lecture|Cowdrey lecture]].
* On 21 November 2012, Gavaskar was conferred with BCCI's prestigious Col. CK Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award at the BCCI Annual Awards Function 2011-12. The Lifetime Achievement Award given to Gavaskar carried a citation, trophy and a cheque for {{INRConvert|2.5|m|year=2012}} and he received this award from then [[BCCI president]] [[N. Srinivasan]].
* On 15 October 2017, Gavaskar inaugurated a cricket field in [[Louisville, Kentucky|Louisville]] in the state of [[Kentucky]] in United States, thus making it the first international sporting facility named after an Indian sportsperson. The "Sunil M. Gavaskar Cricket Field", serves as the home ground for the Louisville Cricket Club, which is part of the 42-team MidWest Cricket League. Gavaskar was presented the keys of the ground by [[Mayor of Louisville|Louisville Mayor]] Greg Fischer.<ref>{{cite news|title=Cricket ground in USA named after Sunil Gavaskar|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/cricket/news/cricket-ground-in-usa-named-after-sunil-gavaskar/articleshow/61247831.cms|accessdate=15 February 2018|publisher=Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=Cricket ground in Kentucky, US named after Sunil Gavaskar|url=https://www.hindustantimes.com/cricket/cricket-ground-in-kentucky-us-named-after-sunil-gavaskar/story-reN9U91l6ukLWNCrzY7tPM.html|accessdate=15 February 2018|publisher=HT Media Limited}}</ref>
 
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==Written works==
==Controversies==
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