Sports Desk – Harbhajan Singh, one of the most successful bowlers of the Indian team, remained in the limelight throughout his cricketing career. He has shown his cricket with the ball and bat on the field. At the same time, he had deep ties with many players. Born on 3 July 1980 in Jalandhar, Punjab, Harbhajan belongs to a Sikh family. He believes in Sikhism, so the reason is that he always has a turban on his head, a bracelet in his hand and a comb in his pocket. But this Sikh cricketer was caught in controversy due to his appearance without a turban. So let us know when and where Bhajji was seen without a turban-
October 2006 – Harbhajan Singh appeared without a turban at a fashion show alongside Mohammad Kaif, Zaheer Khan and Irfan Pathan. This was strongly opposed by the Sikh community.
At the same time, he was seen without a turban during the promotion of a company with Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh. Even then, he was severely criticized by the Sikh community.
Harbhajan Singh has played 103 Test matches for the Indian team in which he has taken 417 wickets. His best performance is 8 wickets for 84 runs. He made his Test debut in 1998 against Australia in Bangalore.
One day career
Bhajji, who started his ODI career against New Zealand in the year 1998, has played 236 ODIs for India so far in which he has taken 269 wickets. His best in ODIs is 5 wickets for 31 runs. He played the last ODI against South Africa in 2015, after which he has been continuously out of Team India.