Tendulkar launched his autobiography "Playing It My Way" on Wednesday at a ceremony in Mumbai. The book will be available in stores from Thursday afternoon.
Former cricketers and Tendulkar's team mates - Rahul Dravid, VVS Laxman and Sourav Ganguly - were present at the event and answered reporters' questions.
The "fantastic four" shared moments from their playing days and also threw light on some controversies.
"I have addressed everything. There are some funny incidents. There are some so-called controversial things also… I have sort of covered everything, including my personal life which I thought was the difficult thing for me to write," the Hindustan Times quotes Tendulkar as saying during the launch.
The former cricketers were asked to shed light on a controversy over Dravid's decision to declare the innings when Tendulkar was batting at 194 against Pakistan in Multan in 2004.
The two greats, however, "laughed it off" and put the matter to rest in a sign of bonhomie, reports said.
"On being asked on Multan declaration I once mentioned that if I get a rupee on this question, I would become a millionaire. When you have sixteen years together, which me and Sachin have had as players, there are going to be times when you will have disagreements," the NDTV website quotes Dravid as saying.
Another controversy that shadowed the launch of the book was Tendulkar's claim that former coach Greg Chappell wanted to remove Dravid as the captain ahead of the 2007 World Cup.
Chappell's stint as the Indian team's coach was riddled with controversies, including a public fallout with Ganguly.
Tendulkar said playing under Chappell as the coach was "the worst" part of his career. He also added that the Australian's "high-handed manner…had a harmful impact on Indian cricket," the Hindustan Times reports.