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About Virat Kohli

Date : June 8, 2019  | Author : Astrologer Pt Umesh Chandra Pant

Introduction of Virat Kohli – Captain Indian Cricket Team

Virat Kohli is the name of an Indian cricket player known for his stellar and commendable sportsmanship together with known as the current captain of Indian National Team. Born on November 5, 1988 to the family of father Prem Kohli (former criminal lawyer) and mother Saroj Kohli (housewife), Virat today is no longer a name in need for an introduction, considering his fame as the world’s one of the best batsmen and the accolade by Time magazine as world’s 100 most influential people (2018), aside from being the recipient of various awards, including the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy,ICC Test Player of the Year 2018; ICC ODI Player of the Year in 2012, 2017 and 2018, and Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World in 2016, 2017 and 2018. He is also the recipient of prestigious Arjuna Award in 2013, and in2017 he was conferred to the Padma Shri award under the sports category. The highest sports award in India called Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna was also awarded to Kohli in 2018.

Early childhood

Delhi-born Virat did his preliminary education at a famous school, Vishal Bharti Public School, in Delhi. After the West Delhi Cricket Academy came into being in 1998, Virat aged just 9-years then was a part of its first intake. He was trained at the academy in which his dedication to the sports earned him accolades by his teachers who called him “a bright and alert kid”.

Domestic career as a cricketer

The initial cricketing phase of Virat started when he played for Delhi Under-15 team in October 2002 in the 2002–03 Polly Umrigar Trophy, and captained the team to which he showcased brilliant performance confirming his slot for Delhi Under-17 team for the Vijay Merchant Trophy (2003–04). He played for the India Under-19 squad in 2006 and delivered a strong technical skill against both pace and spin. Later Kohli debuted his Twenty20 and amassed highest runs for his team in the Inter-State T20 Championship. He also captained the 2008 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup that was organized by Malaysia and led his team to victory. He made his place to India’s 30-man probable squad for the ICC Champions Trophy in 2008 to be held in Pakistan.

International cricket career

Kohli made to the Indian ODI squad for tour of Sri Lanka and the Champions Trophy in Pakistan in august 2008. He played as a makeshift opener during Sri Lankan tour for the whole series. He was 19 years old when he made international debut as a cricketer in the first ODI of the same tour. After a couple of opportunities in which he proved his sportsmanship, Kohli came to fame as a leading run-scorer in the five-match ODI series of the South African tour in January 2011. This led to his cricket-ranking jumped on to number two spot on the ICC Rankings for ODI batsmen. He was the part of victorious Indian team in the ICC Champions Trophy in England in 2013. He was the vice-captain for 2014 ICC World Twenty20. He also led Test captaincy for India for the first test of the Australian tour in 2014 in place of Mahendra Singh Dhoni when the later got injured. The ton Kohi scored for the second innings in the Test series won him ovations by many Australian commentators. In the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy, Kohli captained the Indian team and led it to the finals but lost to Pakistan by 180 runs. He is the player to have scored 10k runs in ODIs before the age of 30. He also captained the India’s squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

As a player, Kohli is known for his aggressiveness with strong technical skill. Though he is a middle-order batsman but is not limited to that format only as he also opened the innings on various occasions. He was called as a consummate surgeon at the crease by AB D Villiers. His batting style strikes close resemblance with that of Sachin Tendulkar as often compared by critiques.

We at PavitraJyotish are conducting an astrological analysis on the life of Indian cricket team captain, Virat Kohli in the following horoscope chart and narratives denoted thus.

Birth Details of Virat Kohli are as per given below:

Date of Birth: November 5, 1988, Birth Day: Saturday, Birth Time: 06:00:00 hrs, Birth Place: Delhi, Delhi, India

Virat Kohli Horoscope By PavitraJyotish

Astrological Highlights

Virat Kohli has Sun in its sign of debilitation air sign Libra along with crafty Mercury.

Libra is the seventh and the only Sun Sign to have an inanimate (None living) symbol – Scales. Going by its symbol, it’s is easy to surmise, that the people born with the Sun Sign Libra are excellent at maintaining equilibrium and balance.  The well known peace-maker of the Zodiac is a diplomatic, refined and generally, a harmonious sign. The native is to remain concerned about own looks and tend to be stylish and are cultured.

Ruler of his Sun sign Venus is in its sign of debilitation earth sign Virgo and stationed in the 12th house for his Sun sign. This position induces him to deliberate well enough before taking major decision. Earth sign Virgo is ruled by crafty Mercury and is in air sign Libra along with debilitated Sun. In this way Mercury and Venus exchange sign with each other. Moon is in a fix nature fire sign Leo along with malefic Ketu. Both are positioned in the eleventh house for his Sun sign. Jupiter is retrograde in an earth sign Taurus and stationed in the eighth house and has a direct aspect over the second house, linked with finance mainly. This positive influence of Jupiter has worked well for Virat Kohli to climb up the ladder and mints money from advertisements. Saturn is in a dual nature last of fire sign Sagittarius and positioned in the third house for his Sun sign. Shadow planet Rahu is in last of air sign Aquarius and stationed in the fifth house. Mars is in a dual nature last of water sign Pisces and positioned in the sixth house. Mars and Venus are in opposition to each other. This position leads Virat Kohli to be much ambitious and prepared to work hard to achieve his objective.Book Your Comprehensive Personalised Career Report By PavitraJyotish

Effect of Transit by major Planets

Hard task master Saturn transits in a dual nature last of fire sign for whole of the year 2019. Saturn repeats its own radical position and moves through the third house. Saturn moving through the third house has an eye over the 12th house along with radical position of Venus stationed therein. Viewing this, Virat Kohli needs to remain accommodative about view of his senior. Saturn moves through the third house along with malefic Ketu. This movement of Saturn and Ketu is to present new challenges for Virat Kohli. He needs to accept new challenges willingly and work hard over the same to achieve his objective. He also needs to remain attentive about his fitness as well. Progressive forces are to work effectively. During this movement Virat Kohli may miss some important opportunity here. He needs to remain well focused while on the field and try to put his best effort.

Shadow planet Rahu transits in a dual nature air sign Gemini. Rahu moves through the ninth house. This movement of Rahu leads to visit to foreign country. Currently Virat Kohli is in England to lead his team in world cup of ODI. He needs to accept new challenges willingly and work hard over the same and prove his ability to perform amid not so favorable conditions around. Progressive forces are to work effectively.

Benevolent Jupiter transits in a fix nature water sign Scorpio till around beginning of November 2019. Jupiter moves through the second house in direct opposition to its own radical position in the eighth house. Jupiter moving through the second house also has eye on the sixth house along with radical position of Mars stationed in the sixth house. This movement of Jupiter and its positive influences seem supportive for Virat Kohli to win more matches. His team is to perform well enough to win matches. Period till end of the year 2019 seems eventful, much progressive and prosperous for Virat Kohli.Get Your Love and Marriage Prospects By PavitraJyotish