There are very few things that bind India like cricket does (nothing, actually, who are we kidding?).
So, as India plays the World Cup semi-final against new Zealand today, the entire nation is behind them with unconditional support and prayers.
From a havan in the Sankat Mochan Temple in Varanasi.
To other temples holding similar pujas.
And from a special chaadar in the dargah.
To special prayers on the ghats of river Ganga.
The Gods are being remembered for the semi-final challenge as the World Cup fever has gripped everyone in the nation.
So much, that even metro stations look like this.
Look the #Josh at— Tapan Parida 🇮🇳 (@tkparida) July 9, 2019
"Hyderabad Metro" today ahead of the #ICCWorldCup2019 Semi-final match between India vs New Zealand.#INDvNZ #indiavsNewzealand #TeamIndia #CWC2019 #SemiFinal1 #TuesdayMotivation #ABVP #AjithKumar #PurePrediction #KarnatakaCrisis #KarnatakaPoliticalCrisis pic.twitter.com/hBL05IHcae