South African Spinner Keshav Maharaj Visits Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple To Celebrate Navratri!!

For the second time in the year 2022, the South African cricket team is in India. After playing a five-match T20I series in June this year, the Proteas will once again face the Men in Blue in three T20Is which will be followed by as many ODIs. The series opener is set to take place at the Greenfield International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram on Wednesday i.e. on September 28. And then the team will move to Guwahati and Indore for the final two games. Let us tell you, this will be the final international assignment for both sides ahead of next month’s 2022 T20 World Cup in Australia where both sides are in the same group the Super 12 stage alongside Pakistan, Bangladesh, and two teams from the first round.

Keshav Maharaj’s Post

To celebrate navratri festival, South African spinner Keshav Maharaj visited the famous Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple on Monday i.e. on September 25 in the city. Keshav Maharaj also wished his fans ‘Happy Navratri’ as the holy festival is celebrated in the country for the next nine days. Keshav Maharaj was seen wearing traditional Indian attire on his visit to the temple.

Keshav Maharaj

Keshav had previously revealed that he is of Indian descent as his forefathers were from the the city of Sultanpur in the Uttar Pradesh. And later they had shifted to South Africa in 1874 as part of a massive Indian contingent who arrived in Durban as indentured labourers. Alongside Tabraiz Shamsi, Keshav forms one of the most lethal spin bowling duo’s in international cricket. Let us tell you, this series will mark the return of Temba Bavuma from an elbow injury he suffered during the fourth T20I against India in June.