Ricky Ponting is one of the most successful captains, the game has ever witnessed.
He led Australia to two ICC World Cup titles in 2003 and 2007.
Ponting was also a run-machine; he amassed 13,378 runs in Tests, hitting 41 hundreds.
He also scored 13,704 runs in ODIs that included 30 hundreds and 82 fifties.
Another legend that deserved the honor.
Taylor 3rd England women cricketer to be inducted
Former England women's wicket-keeper Taylor stated that it's a great honor to be inducted alongside the legends of the game.
Taylor scored 1,030 runs in 15 Tests and 4,101 runs in 126 ODIs.
She also played 21 T20Is and slammed 615 runs.
Taylor became the seventh female player to be inducted and only the third one from England.
Who are the other Indians in the list?
India's Kapil Dev, Bishen Singh Bedi and Sunil Gavaskar were inducted in the ICC Hall of Fame in 2009. Spin legend Anil Kumble followed the footsteps of these three greats when he was honored in 2015. Dravid became the 5th Indian player to be felicitated.