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Cricketers celebrate Children's Day in unique way

Harbhajan Singh recollected his childhood days by riding a bicycle.

By Salman Anjum -

Dhawan termed his kids as his life (Pic. source: Shikhar Dhawan‏'s Twitter account)

India celebrates Children's Day on November 14, which is the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru –the first prime minister of the country. In order to make the occasion all the more special, some of the Indian cricketers are reliving their childhood memories while a few of them are spending their time with the kids.

India’s legendary off-spinner Harbhajan Singh decided to live his childhood days by riding a bicycle. The Turbanator posted a video of himself on his official Twitter account and captioned it as: “Bring out the child in you. Do the things you used to enjoy doing back then, smile more, laugh more, live more and love more. Happy #ChildrensDay”.

Calling children as the greatest treasure, India’s star women cricketer Veda Krishnamurthy posted an image of her in the company of little ones.

"Children aren't just our future, they are our present. Our greatest treasure. Happy #Childrensday." Veda wrote in her tweet.

Out of favour India batsman, Suresh Raina posted a picture of her little angel “Gracia” and put a beautiful caption to it.

"There's nothing more contagious than the laughter of young children; it doesn't even have to matter what they're laughing about." May you always find something to laugh about. #HappyChildrensDay”, Raina wrote.

Former India opener Virender Sehwag shared the picture of Shaheed Baji Rout, who was the youngest martyr of India's freedom struggle.

"On this #ChildrensDay it's time we know about Shaheed Baji Rout ,from Nilakanthpur in Orissa ,the youngest Martyr of India's freedom struggle. At the age of 12,this young boy was on guard of a country boat and was ordered by the British troop to ferry them across river Brahamani", Viru tweeted with the picture of the boy.

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Dazzling opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan posted a collage of his child’s pic. and called them his life.

“My kids are my life. We need to learn more from them than to always teach them! I thank God for blessing me with my 3 beautiful children!! Happy #ChildrensDay 🎊🎉🤗” Dhawan wrote.


Salman Anjum

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