Keshav Maharaj made a shocking revelation about his ‘entry song Ram Siya Ram’


Keshav Maharaj said that his career is flourishing only because of God’s blessings.

Keshav Maharaj of South Africa. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)

During the second Test match played between India and South Africa in Cape Town, when spinner Keshav Maharaj (Keshav MaharajWhen he came to the crease, he was welcomed with the tune of ‘Ram Siya Ram’.

Not only this, but Virat Kohli, posted at the slip, welcomed Keshav Maharaj with folded hands and shooting a bow and arrow. Now talking about this attractive devotional tune, Keshav Maharaj has made a big revelation.

This is my entry song: Keshav Maharaj

Keshav Maharaj was quoted by Times of India: “This is my entry song. I am a devotee of Lord Hanuman and Lord Ram so I think this is the perfect song for my entry. India has always been a dangerous opponent and if you want to be the best in the world, you have to test yourself against India. It was a good challenging and exciting series.”

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Meanwhile, the ‘Ram Siya Ram’ song starts playing whenever the 33-year-old cricketer enters the field, and now the star spinner has revealed the reason behind it. Keshav Maharaj revealed that he himself had requested the media to play this song and called it his inspiration as his career is flourishing only because of God’s blessings.

‘God has been my biggest blessing to me’

Keshav Maharaj was quoted as saying by Inside Sports: “I expressed this to a lady in the media and requested her to play the song ‘Ram Siya Ram’. For me, God has been my biggest blessing, giving me guidance and opportunities. So, that’s the least I can do, and it gets me in the right zone. It’s a good feeling to hear ‘Ram Siya Ram’ being played while going to the field.”

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