KATHMANDU: Indian national cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni left for Delhi on Sunday morning wrapping up his two-day visit to Kathmandu.
He flew back to his homeland after paying a visit to the Pashupatinath temple this morning.
During his short stay, the Indian skipper spent some time with the Nepali U-19 team camp at the Tribhuvan University Stadium in Kirtipur, and interacted with officials from the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) and national team members.
The 31-year-old cricket star, along with his wife Sakshi came to Nepal on the invitation of the Indian Embassy.
With Dhoni, Indian skippers visiting Nepal has reached three.
Earlier, India’s 1983 World Cup winning captain Kapil Dev had visited Nepal during the Tempo Legend Cup in 1999 followed by Sunil Gavaskar in 2004.