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Holi 2024 | “Happiness and colours”: Cricket fraternity extend Holi wishes to fans

Written by  Shefali Kohli -- March 25th 2024 03:29 PM
Holi 2024 | “Happiness and colours”: Cricket fraternity extend Holi wishes to fans

Holi 2024 | “Happiness and colours”: Cricket fraternity extend Holi wishes to fans

Holi 2024: With chartbusters like 'Rang 'Barse' in the background and gulaal in the air, Holi is being celebrated throughout the country with joy and fervour. 


Holi is not just a festival; it's a celebration of life, love, and togetherness. So, let's immerse ourselves in the vibrant colors of Holi and look how cricket fraternity extend Holi wishes to fans.

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"Happiness and colours"

Legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar sent his best wishes to his fans on the occasion of Holi on Monday.

Sachin took to his official X (formerly Twitter) account and wished everyone "happiness and colours" on the festival of Holi.

"Wishing everyone lots of happiness and colours on this beautiful festival of Holi. Come, let us all together make it memorable. Hearty congratulations on Holi and Rang Panchami. Best wishes to everyone and a very happy Holi," Sachin wrote on X.

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"Colourful Holi"

Former India cricketer and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) mentor Gautam Gambhir also wished everyone a "colourful" holi.

"Wishing everyone a very happy & colourful Holi," Gambhir wrote on X.


 
 
"Rang Barse !” 

Apart from Sachin and Gambhir, former India opener Virender Sehwag sent his wishes on the occasion of Holi.

"Rang Barse ! Wishing you a Holi filled with love, laughter, and blessings," Sehwag wrote on X.

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Holi, the vibrant festival of colors, is eagerly awaited across India and beyond. Falling on the full moon day of the Hindu lunar month Phalguna, typically in February or March. 

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Many people, especially children, celebrate the festival by playing with water-filled balloons and water guns. As with any other festival, people also treat each other to special Holi delicacies like gujiya. 
 

 

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