Shikhar Dhawan is a famous Indian cricketer. Today we gonna be diving into his amazing body art pieces.
Shikhar Dhawan’s tattoos and their meanings
Let’s start with one of his most visible ones, Shikhar Dhawan has one tribal design-inspired tattoo that is made on his right shoulder starting from all the way to the top to his bicep. The meaning behind this one is unclear but the raw energy of this body art matches perfectly with Dhawan’s personality.
Moving on to another one Shikhar Dhawan has a tattoo of god and a mythological creature on his right arm. It depicts three deities including Lore Shiva, and Arjuna from Mahabharat which indicates determination and Baba Deep Singh, a martyr of Sikhism.
He also has a few tattoos dedicated to his wife Ayesha Dhawan. One can be seen on his left wrist/forearm. Although it is still unclear whether his wife has a tattoo dedicated to him or not.
One of the most popular french phrases- Carpe Diem aka seize the moment is also spotted on Dhawan’s left bicep. Indian skipper Virat Kohli too wrote the famous line on his Instagram bio.
He has one body art that is hard to understand what it symbolizes- it is a leafless tree with a bird sitting on it on the left calf.
He is married to his girlfriend Ayesha Mukherjee an Australian citizen. Before being married they were dating for a long time but Dhawan delayed the marriage to focus on his career.
In his career, he has achieved 16 centuries with 24 half-centuries in his first cricket in Delhi. His amazing track record in national-level cricket earned him an India call-up after the removal form of Virender Sehwag.
He had a successful Ranji Trophy campaign in Delhi in the 2007-08 season out of which he discords 54 in the second innings to his 7th Ranji title under the leadership of Gautam Gambhir.