Apart from being an international and an English County player, Murali Kartik has left a mark in domestic cricket too.
- Kartik started out in the junior system at Delhi.
He broke into their Under-16 team in December 1992. Then he transferred to Railways and broke into their Under-19 team.
- He was rewarded with selection in the Under-19 Central Zone team for the zonal one-day tournament.
- The following season in 1995â€“96, Kartik had a more successful season for Railways Under-19s.
- Railways made the final, where they faced Punjab. Kartik was Railways' most effective bowler, taking 4/57 in Punjab's first innings.
- As a result of his performances during the season, Kartik was called up to the Indian Under-19 team for an international series against their counterparts from South Africa.
- In 1996â€“97, Kartik was promoted into the senior ranks of major domestic cricket.
- At the start of the 1998â€“99 season, Kartik took 23 wickets for Vijay Cricket Club in the Chennai League.
- He played more regularly in the 1998â€“99 Ranji Trophy, taking 29 wickets in seven matches at 19.3 to be the 13th highest wicket-taker.
- Kartik was rewarded with selection for Central Zone, and was the leading wicket-taker during Duleep Trophy.
- After his stint with Middlesex in 2007 - 2009, Kartik returned to India and played for Railways in the Ranji Trophy.
- During the 2009â€“10, Kartik continued to play for Railways in the Ranji Trophy.
- Currently, Murali Kartik plays for Railways in the Ranji Trophy.