Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli did not reach Ayodhya. (PTI Photo)
Ram Mandir Prana Pratishtha program took place in Ayodhya on Monday, 22 January, due to which there was an atmosphere of celebration in the entire country. Many big personalities of the country were invited to attend this function. Many people also reached there. Many Indian cricketers were invited to participate in it, which included the names of Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja. Kohli, Rohit and Ashwin did not attend the function. At the same time, the fame of Ram Temple was not limited to India only but it was celebrated in foreign countries also. Australian cricketer David Warner has also expressed his happiness about Ram Temple.
However, former Indian team coach Anil Kumble and former bowling coach Venkatesh Prasad were present in this program. Apart from this, Team India member Ravindra Jadeja also came to participate in this program with his wife.
David Warner posted
Australian left-handed batsman David Warner, who recently retired from Test and ODI cricket, has posted a post regarding Ram Temple. While posting the photo of Lord Ram, he wrote, ‘Jai Shri Ram India.’ India is very close to Warner’s heart. He continuously posts about Indian films and uploads videos on Instagram. Before Warner, South African spinner Keshav Maharaj had posted a video on his Insta story on Sunday in which he congratulated the existing Indian community in South Africa regarding the Ram Temple.
Rohit-Kohli did not reach
Kohli and Rohit had also received the invitation for the Pran Pratistha program. But both of them did not attend this program. The Indian team is currently in Hyderabad where it has to play the first match of the five-match Test series. Rohit is there. Kohli had also reached Hyderabad on Sunday but on Monday news came that he would not play the first two Test matches due to family reasons. And perhaps this is why he did not reach Ayodhya. Out of the team selected for the Test series, only Ravindra Jadeja had reached Ayodhya.