As the country geared up to have a good time the festival of light, Indian skipper Virat Kohli posted a video on Twitter to increase his Diwali greetings to his followers. Kohli, who’s presently in Australia, urged his followers to not burst crackers in an effort to shield the setting and celebrate the auspicious festival with a “simple Diya and sweets”. “A really happy Diwali from me to you and your households. Could god bless you with peace, prosperity, and happiness this Diwali. Please remember don’t burst crackers to guard the setting and have fun at home along with your loved ones with a simple Diya and sweets on this auspicious event,” Kohli stated within the video.
Several former cricketers like Virender Sehwag, VVS Laxman, and Gautam Gambhir additionally wished their followers a contented and protected Diwali.
“Wishing all of you Happy Deepavali. Could the Divine Gentle of Diwali Unfold into your Life Peace, Prosperity, Happiness, and Good Health,” Laxman tweet?
“Could your path always be lit with love and happiness? Want you a really #HappyDiwali2020,” read Sehwag’s tweet.
Whereas his former opening partner Gambhir urged his followers to light a diya for all those that died defending our nation and those who misplaced their lives serving others in the course of the coronavirus pandemic.
“Could the festival of lights demolish all darkness of 2020 & usher in a brand new period of hope & prosperity! A really #HappyDiwali to all! Light a diya for all those who died defending us from the enemy & the pandemic!” Gambhir tweeted
Not simply Indian cricketers however Australian opener David Warner, who not too long ago led SunRisers Hyderabad to the IPL 2020 playoffs, additionally despatched greetings to his “Indian friends” “Comfortable Diwali to all our pals in India,” read Warner’s message.
Several Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises additionally prolonged their Diwali greetings on varied social media platforms.
Mumbai Indians, who won their fifth IPL title on Tuesday, shared a video that includes their skipper Rohit Sharma and several different star players including Kieron Pollard and Quinton de Kock, urging their fans to celebrate Diwali in a safe manner.
Ace badminton player Saina Nehwal shared a video with her mom and father and wished everybody a “Comfortable Deepawali”.
The Indian football fans also received Diwali wishes from top Premier League clubs like Liverpool and Manchester City.