Lucknow Super Giants made a memorable visit to the holy city of Ayodhya today, on March 21, as part of their spiritual preparations ahead of the much-anticipated first match of the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) season. 

The team, led by esteemed foreign coaches Justin Langer and Jonty Rhodes, arrived in Ayodhya to seek blessings for a successful campaign in the IPL. Accompanying the coaching staff was South African player Keshav Maharaj, a devout Ram Bhakt, whose presence added a touch of cultural diversity and spiritual significance to the team's visit.



During their visit, the Lucknow Super Giants players and coaching staff had the privilege of participating in darshan and paying their respects at various sacred sites in Ayodhya, immersing themselves in the rich spiritual heritage and traditions of the city. 

Speaking about the experience, a spokesperson for the Lucknow Super Giants expressed gratitude for the warm reception and spiritual enlightenment received during their visit to Ayodhya. The team conveyed their deep respect for the cultural heritage of the city and emphasized the importance of seeking divine blessings as they gear up for their inaugural IPL match. 

As the countdown to their first IPL match begins, the Lucknow Super Giants are inspired and motivated by their spiritual journey to Ayodhya, believing that the blessings and positive energy they have gathered will propel them to success in the upcoming season.