Former Indian Opening Batsman Virender Sehwag, which is known for his fantastic commentary today remarked on Twitter again by doing a tweet on the Occasion of Maha Shivratri. Sehwag is the most socially active player on twitter. In this tweet, he is describing the meaning of Maha Shivratri through a poem. Maha Shivratri is an annual festival which is celebrated in honour of Lord Shiva. It is a major festival in Hinduism which remembrance of “overcoming darkness and ignorance” in the life. This festival is celebrated according to the Hindu lunisolar calendar. Apart from India, this festival is also celebrated in Nepal and Mauritius where thousand of people celebrates it with joy and happiness.
This is not the first time when Sehwag tweeted about any Festival. He is always active on social media with his fantastic content. This comment comes after the end of St Moritz Ice Cricket tournament, In which he had failed to win the match for his team. Sehwag’s royals lost both the matches against Afridi’s Royals. He scored fabulous 62 runs in the first T20 while in the Second game he scored 46 runs. Sehwag retired from all the formats of International cricket on 20 October 2015. Before retiring from the INTL cricket, he had scored 17000 runs in all three forms of cricket.
Sehwag posted this tweet on Twitter, today on the occasion of this prestigious festival, which soon fell in trending. Thousands of his followers retweet this tweet. Sehwag has almost 16 Million fans following on this platform, and it is just because of his activism on twitter and some other social media platforms. More than 20k people liked this tweet while 4k people retweeted it. This is the tweet which becomes viral in a couple of hours. So if you haven’t read his tweet yet, then you can read it from here.
Om Namah Shivaya !
He is Adi Yogi, the first yogi.
He is Dakshinamurthy, the greatest teacher .
He is Rudra, the destroyer of evil
He is Nataraja, the Lord of Dance.
He is everything, he is nothing. Jai Bholenath. Planning to stay awake through the night #MahaShivaratri pic.twitter.com/w9rrn9odyK
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) February 13, 2018
Leave a Comment