Who Was India's First ODI Wicketkeeper?

Farokh Engineer kept wickets for India in their first ever One Day International (ODI) match; played against England, on 13 July, 1974 at Leeds.

Farokh Engineer, born on February 25, 1938, played 46 test matches for India and scored 2611 runs at an average of 31.08. He also featured in 5 ODIs for India and scored 114 runs at an average of 38. 

At the test level, he has 66 catches and 16 stumpings against his name. In the ODIs, he has 3 catches and 1 stumping to his credit.