South Africa's legendary fielder Jonty Rhodes was seen elated after he saw his kids in "safe hands" of Indian wicketkeeper MS Dhoni and went on to say "Dhanyavaad Mahi (Thank you Mahi)" for being such a sweet caretaker.
"There are always feelings of concern when family leaves after 2 incredible months together, but I need not have feared; as they were in safe hands @msdhoni getting some advice from India and Nathan Jon on how to play in SA - he told them “mujhe pata hai” #SAvIND dhanyavaad Mahi," Rhodes wrote on Twitter, along with a picture, in which Dhoni was seen having a fun time with the South African's kids.
There are always feelings of concern when family leaves after 2 incredible months together, but I need not have feared; as they were in safe hands @msdhoni getting some advice from India and Nathan Jon on how to play in SA - he told them “mujhe pata hai” #SAvIND dhanyavaad Mahi pic.twitter.com/8wurojjCF3— Jonty Rhodes (@JontyRhodes8) January 25, 2018
Having already fallen in love with India, Rhodes has his first daughter India Jeanne Jonty Rhodes named after the country. The 48-year-old is associated with three-time Indian Premier League (IPL) champions Mumbai Indians and enjoys to spend post time here in India after retirement.
In fact, Rhodes is currently on a vacation in India. He was seen celebrating Makara Sankranti and National Girl Child Day while spending colourful time in Uttarakhand and near the banks of river Ganga.
Here are some glimpses of Rhodes' vivid outing in India:
No matter where they come from, no matter what inequalities they face, our daughters should not rely solely on each other for support, respect, and value within a society #NationalGirlChildDay pic.twitter.com/HSrD4PIQ6V— Jonty Rhodes (@JontyRhodes8) January 24, 2018
Thank you @JontyRhodes8 for coming over to Dehradun; it was great meeting Melanie and cute India and Nathan.— Trivendra Singh Rawat त्रिवेंद्र सिंह रावत (@tsrawatbjp) January 11, 2018
We hope that endless opportunities in #Uttarakhand will motivate you to harness them for common good. pic.twitter.com/ea65KsOtVj