New Delhi: While the festival of colors is being celebrated with great fervour across India, string of sportsperson took to social media to greet their fans and followers on the auspicious occasion of Holi.
Former Indian opener Virender Sehwag took to Twitter to wish fans in his own sarcastic style.
Sehwag wrote, "Cautioning people, Sehwag wrote, "Rangon se mat darna, Rang badalne waaon se darna. Don't be afraid of colours, beware of people changing colours. Wish you a Holi filled with love and harmony #Holi2018."
Rangon se mat darna, Rang badalne waaon se darna. Don’t be afraid of colours, beware of people changing colours. Wish you a Holi filled with love and harmony #Holi2018 pic.twitter.com/jgiJleHrFI— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) March 2, 2018
Indian opener Rohit Sharma also wished the people and asked them to enjoy the festival without harming animals.
"Let Holi be a happy occasion for all including our animal friends," Sharma wrote on Twitter.
Let Holi be a happy occasion for all including our animal friends. #HappyHoli pic.twitter.com/tZUB8ovJiD— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) March 2, 2018
Happy Holi [email protected] pic.twitter.com/PzCjyOj3nq— Saina Nehwal (@NSaina) March 1, 2018
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#TeamIndia wishes its fans a very happy and colourful Holi #HappyHoli pic.twitter.com/V63ujOlGMV— BCCI (@BCCI) March 2, 2018
Happy holi to everyone. May the colours of this festival bring happiness & love in everyone’s life. #HappyHoli— Robin Aiyuda Uthappa (@robbieuthappa) March 2, 2018
May your day be filled with the brightest colors of love & laughter. #HappyHoli pic.twitter.com/Kwju2ZXa5Q— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) March 2, 2018
#MUFC would like to wish a #HappyHoli to all those celebrating - enjoy! ? pic.twitter.com/MvZL778ul5— Manchester United (@ManUtd) March 2, 2018
Wish u all a very happy holi pic.twitter.com/duKcHDzEHx— Bhuvneshwar Kumar (@BhuviOfficial) March 2, 2018
The festival of Holi, which is celebrated across the country with great enthusiasm every year, marks the triumph of good over evil, along with the arrival of the spring season.