Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar wished everyone on the occasion of Onam festival. The former Indian cricketer took to Twitter to greet everyone on the auspicious festival of Kerala. The 46-year-old sportsman also shared a photo of himself with a special sketch artist from Kerala, whom the cricket legend met during his recent visit to the Southern Indian state. Praying for the prosperity of all, Tendulkar wrote on Twitter, “Happy Onam to everyone. May this festive season bring joy & prosperity to all”! Sachin Tendulkar Fans Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Master Blaster's Maiden ODI Century.
Along with the tweet, Tendulkar also shared a photo of artist Pranav- a differently-abled sketch artist from Kerala who sketches with his leg. In the photo, Tendulkar was seen holding a sketch of himself which was gifted to him by Pranav. “During my recent visit, I had a special interaction with Pranav, an artist who sketches with his legs & I am just amazed by his drive & motivation. This, to me, truly symbolises the Spirit of Kerala”!, the former Mumbai Indians cricketer wrote along with the post. Have a look at the post below. Sachin Tendulkar Lauds Steve Smith for His Double Century Against England During Ashes 2019 4th Test (Read Tweet).
Sachin Wishes on Onam!
Happy Onam to everyone.
May this festive season bring joy & prosperity to all!
During my recent visit, I had a special interaction with Pranav, an artist who sketches with his legs & I am just amazed by his drive & motivation.
This, to me, truly symbolizes the Spirit of Kerala! pic.twitter.com/bCfUMy76wu
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) September 11, 2019
Sachin’s heartwarming wishes on Onam and the sweet photo with the special sketch artist was widely appreciated by his fans. The post got hundreds of likes and many retweets soon after being published. The former Mumbai cricketer is quite active on social media and regularly posts messages for his fans and followers. Sachin also wishes other cricketers on their birthdays and retirement.
Onam is a harvest festival celebrated every year in the state of Kerala. It is an auspicious Hindu festival, majorly celebrated by Malayalam community in and outside Kerala. Onam mostly falls every year during the months of August-September.