by Jigar Mehta Jan, 06 2016 IST
Pranav Dhanawade perched upon his friends after hitting record 1,009 runs not-out. Jigar Mehta/Firstpost
Pranav's teammates, friends and family celebrate the incredible feat. Jigar Mehta/Firstpost
The scorecard charting Pranav';s historic innings at the HT Bhandary Trophy. Jigar Mehta/Firstpost
The scoreboard that reads Pranav's indivudual score: 1,009 runs. Jigar Mehta/Firstpost
The umpires who did the arduous and repetitive job of calling fours and sixes during the match. Jigar Mehta/Firstpost
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