Indian sports stars wish Happy Diwali: Please do not burst crackers, protect the environment, says Virat Kohli

Indian sports stars wish Happy Diwali: Please do not burst crackers, protect the environment, says Virat Kohli

Indian sports stars Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal led the wishes on the occasion of Diwali on social media. Tendulkar and Saina even posted some pictures from his Diwali celebrations at home.

Kohli and Sindhu are both far away from home this Diwali. The Indian cricket team captain is in Sydney, training for the upcoming ODI series which will start from November 27 while badminton world champion Sindhu is currently in London, working on an exciting and important aspect of the sport — nutrition and body analysis. The world No. 7 had left the national camp in Hyderabad to learn and understand the concept of sports science better at the Gatorade Sports Science Institute.

Twitter and Instagram has been flooded since Saturday morning with everyone taking to social media to wish their fans and followers.

“May you be the source of joy & light in someone’s life today. Happy Diwali!,” Tendulked tweeted.

“A very Happy Diwali from me to you and your family. May god bless you with peace, prosperity and happiness this Diwali. Please remember, do not burst crackers and protect the environment. Have fun at home with a simple diya and sweets on this auspicious occasion,” Kohli said in a video message which he posted on his social media accounts.

“Happy Diwali to everyone.. wishing for lots of love ,light and laughter ahead,” Sania Mirza Tweeted.

“May the light & divinity of Diwali mark the end of all darkness that 2020 has brought. A special thanks to our selfless frontline workers who’ve battled the pandemic with an admirable sense of duty. May you all spend Diwali in the warmth & company of close ones. Happy Diwali,” tweeted Yuvraj Singh.

“This Diwali, may the diyas you light, spread the brightness of love and joy. There’s magic in this festival, in the happiness it gets with it. I hope we all experience it this year and years to come,” wrote PV Sindhu.

Saina Nehwal meanwhile, posted some pictures from her Diwali celebrations with husband Parupalli Kashyap and her parents.

“May the Festival of Lights add sparkle to your life and bring with it an abundance of peace, prosperity and true happiness!” tweeted billiards champion Pankaj Advani.

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