Virender Sehwag’s Goseva in lockdown, shared video and wrote – cow is our mother

Virender Sehwag's Goseva in lockdown, shared video and wrote - cow is our mother
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Virender Sehwag, a former Indian archer, is spending time at home during the lockdown. He is very active on social media and on Sunday he shared a video clip on social media in which he was seen doing Gausseva.

 

In this video, Sehwag was seen turning his hands to a cow. A cow is also seen standing behind.Read, the crime that Sachin prevented Sehwag from going to the bathroom

Sharing this video, Sehwag wrote, ‘Cow is our mother, we don’t know anything.’ He was also seen speaking the same line in the video Gaaì Hamari Mata Hai, Hamein Kuch Nahi Aata Hai #GauSewa https://t.co/SRxk3CGw8T & mdash; Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) 1586078012000

Lockdown has been declared across India due to the deadly corona virus spread from China, and sports celebrities are spending time at home during this period.

Sehwag, 41, had earlier shared another video in which his mother was seen making butter at home. He also wrote, ‘Today mother made fresh butter at home. I ate a little like Kanha, planted a little. ‘

Sehwag has 8586 runs in 104 Tests and 8273 runs in 251 ODIs. He also played 19 T20 Internationals in his career and scored 394 runs including 2 half-centuries.


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