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Cricketer Keshav Maharaj wish Indian on Ram Mandir pran pratishtha

On Monday, the Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha program is being held in Ayodhya. There is an atmosphere of celebration all over India regarding this. The entire country is painted in the color of the Ram temple. Every section of India is waiting for this moment. From Indian actors to cricketers have expressed their happiness about it. The resonance of Ram temple is not limited to India but its resonance is being heard in foreign countries as well. Ram Bhagat foreign cricketer has expressed his happiness on this occasion and has given best wishes. This cricketer is South African spinner Keshav Maharaj.

Maharaj calls himself Rama Bhagat and Hanuman Bhagat. He has also written this in his Instagram bio. Recently, when Maharaj came to bat in the match between India and South Africa, the song 'Ram Siya Ram' was also played, due to which Team India's wicketkeeper KL Rahul told Maharaj to play this song whenever he comes. should be played

Greetings to the Indian community

Keshav Maharaj has posted a video in his Instagram story, in which he has congratulated the Indian community in South Africa on the occasion of the Ram temple. He has said that he congratulates the Indian community in South Africa on the consecration of the Ram temple. He said that he prays on this occasion that there should be peace, harmony and spiritual consciousness everywhere. He ended this video by saying Jai Shri Ram.

Dhoom of Ram temple

Currently, there is a lot of discussion about the Ram temple in the whole of India. Many Indian cricketers have been invited to participate in this event, including the names of Virat Kohli, Harbhajan Singh, Sachin Tendulkar. Apart from this, many Bollywood stars have also received invitations.

Keshav Maharaj gave best wishes for Ram Temple. (AFP Photo)