David Warner shares heartfelt post for Indians on 'Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha' ceremony in Ayodhya

David Warner has continuously been in the headlines of social media for his love for Indian culture, especially in his videos on social media platforms.

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Ram Mandir 'Pran Pratishtha' and David Warner (File Photo: X)

Ram Mandir 'Pran Pratishtha' and David Warner (File Photo: X)

The historic Ram Mandir ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony has attracted eyeballs not only in India but in the global diameter. The highly anticipated consecration of Ram Mandir finally took place in Ayodhya on Monday, January 22. A lot of active and former Indian cricketers also visited Ayodhya to witness this historic and milestone event.

In the same line of events, former Australian opener David Warner also took to his official Instagram handle to come up with a heartfelt post for Indian people, especially his fans from India. Warner posted an AI-generated picture of Lord Rama in a post on his Instagram handle.

“Jai Sri Ram INDIA,” wrote David Warner in his Instagram post:

Here’s a look at the Instagram post by David Warner for the Ram Mandir ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony:

Keshav Maharaj joined the bandwagon to wish Indians for Ram Mandir:

Notably, the star South Africa leg spinner Keshav Maharaj also extended his wishes for the Indian community just a day before the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony.

“Namaste everyone. I just want to wish my Indian community in South Africa for the inauguration of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya tomorrow. May there be peace, harmony and spiritual enlightenment to all. Jai Shri Ram,” said Keshav Maharaj in a video he posted on his official X-handle (formerly Twitter).

Apart from this, Keshav Maharaj also shared an Instagram post on the day of Ram Mandir's ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony.

“Jai Shree Ram,” wrote Keshav Maharaj in his latest Instagram post.

Coming back to David Warner, the 37-year-old Australian star recently announced his retirement from Test Cricket earlier this month; he made his last Test appearance in the third and last Test of the three-match series against Pakistan. The legendary opener bid adieu to the longest format of the game with a half-century in his last innings.

Before that, Warner had already announced his retirement from ODI cricket just on the first day of this year on January 1, 2024.

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