Virat Kohli unveils a special section dedicated to him at Blades of Glory, a cricket memorabilia museum, in Pune. Also seen in the picture is Rohan Pate, the founder of the museum.
Virat Kohli, who recently took over from M. S. Dhoni as India's captain in limited overs cricket, poses next to some of his cricketing kit that he has donated to the museum.
Kohli will captain India in the upcoming ODI and T20 series against England, with Dhoni set to retain his place as wicketkeeper.
India will play three One-Day internationals and three T20 matches, with the first ODI scheduled for Sunday, at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune.
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