Sachin Tendulkar poses with the stamps on his name released in a ceremony before the start of play.
Darren Sammy gifted Tendulkar a team jersey signed by the West Indies squad as a gift from the visitors.
Sachin being gifted a portrait of his in a ceremony conducted before the start of play on day one.
Fans sitting in the Sachin Tendulkar Stand at the Wankhede Stadium enjoying being part of a historic occasion. (BCCI)
Pragyan Ojha, who decimated the West Indies with his 5 for 40, celebrating one of his wickets with Sachin Tendulkar (BCCI)
R Ashwin celebrates the wicket of Darren Bravo. He ended with figures of 3 for 45, which also made him the fastest Indian to reach 100 Test wickets. This is his 18th Test.(BCCI)
The Wankhede Test is also the 150th for West Indies veteran Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who was also felicitated before the match.
There was a deafening roar as Sachin made his way to the middle. (BCCI)
After West Indies were bowled out for 182, Shane Shillingford once again removed the Indian openers but not before they had provided a platform of 77 runs. (BCCI)
Nobody complained when Shillingford removed Dhawan and Rohit because it meant Sachin Tendulkar will walk in next. (BCCI)
Sachin Tendulkar being given Guard of Honour by the West Indies team and even the on-field umpires joined in. (BCCI)
Sachin and other dignitaries releasing the postage stamps to commemorate Sachin's career.
Sachin made 38 and remained not out at stumps on day one to set up a fascinating second day at the Wankhede. (BCCI)
BCCI president N Srinivasan presenting Sachin with a memento on behalf of the Indian board.
Mohammad Shami drew first blood when he had West Indies opener Chris Gayle out caught cheaply.
Sachin walking in to field after Indian opted to bowl first.