Sachin Tendulkar wants to explore incredible India with his children after he retires from Test cricket. Speaking at a function organized by a travel portal in Mumbai on Tuesday, Tendulkar said: "We want to teach our children what India is all about. They have been to the Taj Mahal and Jalianwala Bag and they have made a great impression on their minds."
Tendulkar will retire from Test cricket after the second Test against the West Indies at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium from November 14-18. This will also be his 200th Test. Tendulkar had retired from ODIs last year. The Master Blaster, who is also a Rajya Sabha MP, is expected to devote a lot of time to his family, post-retirement.
Tendulkar said outside India, London was his favourite city. "It has a mix of both English and India," he said.