Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India’s third highest civilian honor on Monday. The award was given to the President by President Ramnath Kovind. In honor of the honorary post of Lieutenant Colonel, Dhoni had come to Rashtrapati Bhavan to take Padma Bhushan’s honor in the army’s dress.
How deep is the relationship between Mahi and the number seven, it is no longer a fan of this great player, but it is now known very well by cricket fans all over the world. Dhoni has openly expressed his relationship with the whole world in front of 7 points.
Dhoni believes a lot in numerology. And he has always believed that this issue proved to be very fortunate for him.
if Dhoni thinks so, then they have very strong reason behind this. And this reason has reappeared again.Perhaps this is the reason why Mahi gives priority to 7 points for every job. Whether it is a series of numbers of Mahi’s cars, or something else.
The talk begins with Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s birth date. Mahi’s birth date is 7/7/1981. The evidence of very much confidence in Mahi’s numeracy is that you will clearly see seven points on the Indian stamp jersey and locks lying in the neck. But that’s not all that much.Let us know that on this day, India won the World Cup in 2011. And on the occasion of the seventh anniversary of the World Cup,the former Indian captain received Padma Bhushan, the country’s third highest civilian honor in Rashtrapati Bhavan. The exact seventh year anniversary You see yourself, how fortunate it is for Mahi
Captain Cool in Army uniform
As soon as his name was announced, Dhoni, along with Rob and Adb, dressed in army uniform, marched between the thundery of applause, and reached the place of President Ramnath Kovind and held Padma Bhushan in his hands.
The 37-year-old Mahi is the second Indian cricketer to receive Padma Bhushan after Kapil Dev.