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This South African player reached the temple wearing a dhoti, deep faith in Hinduism

New Delhi: Navratri is being celebrated with pomp across the country. There will be a festival of power for nine days. Mother will be worshipped. Devotees will play Garba with fun. Crowds of devotees have started pouring in to visit the temples. Meanwhile, a South African also visited the temple on the first day of Navratri. We are talking about star all-rounder Keshav Maharaj. Keshav has always had a special faith in his mind about Hindu gods and goddesses.

reached the temple wearing a dhoti

Keshav, a member of the South African team, who came to play the three-match T20 and then the ODI series against India, offered prayers at the Padmanabhaswamy temple in Thiruvananthapuram. He also shared the photo of this special moment on his social media handle. The photo of Keshav Maharaj worshiping in a traditional way wearing a dhoti is going viral on the internet. In the caption, he also wrote Jai Mata Di congratulating everyone on Navratri.

UP’s Sultanpur Relations
Born on 7 February 1990 in Durban, Keshav Maharaj is a left arm spinner. The ancestors of Keshav Maharaj, who started his career as a pacer, once lived in India, who were brought to South Africa in 1874 from Sultanpur in Uttar Pradesh to work. There are four members in Keshav’s family. Apart from the cricketer, he has parents and a sister, who is married to a man from Sri Lanka.

father and grandfather also used to play cricket
Keshav Maharaj’s father Atmanand was also a cricketer, who played domestic cricket for South Africa. However, Atmanand never got a chance to play Test cricket. Grandfather was also a cricketer. Keshav Maharaj is a great devotee of Hanuman ji. Despite living in South Africa, customs are followed. Indians celebrate festivals.

First match on 28 October
The first match of the T20 series against South Africa will be held on 28 October at the Greenfield Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram. The Men in Blues are likely to have a day off on Monday before they hit the nets a day before the match. As soon as Rohit Sharma’s team reached the stadium from the airport, there was a crowd of fans. After being dropped from the T20 World Cup squad, many took the name of Sanju Samson, who is a local hero.

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