Another video shows players signing autographs, taking selfies and taking pictures with fans.
The second Test scheduled for Thursday will be the 100th Test between the two teams and while Rohit said it will be a big occasion, his team is expected to dominate the West Indies as they did at the start of the series in Dominica.
After playing at Queen’s Park Oval, India will play their next Test only as part of the tour of South Africa in December-January.
Yashasvi Jaiswal, who became the third Indian to score 150 on debut, will be looking to extend his purple streak. Shubman Gill, dropped at number three, could last just 11 balls and he is itching to take the center stage.
Ishan Kishan, who needed 20 balls for his first innings in Test cricket, will be looking forward to his chance at center after impressing the skipper with his skills against Ashwin and Jadeja in the opening match.