Every Virat Kohli Tattoo- The reason behind them and their significance

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EVERY VIRAT KOHLI TATTOO & THEIR SIGNIFICANCE- SportzPoint
Let's take a look at every Virat Kohli Tattoo and the reason behind them and its significance and meaning.
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Virat Kohli, the king of Cricket, is known worldwide for his impeccable performance on the field, chasing runs, smashing bowlers, and creating records. He has different confidence, flamboyance, and passion that made him everyone’s absolute favorite. No doubt behind the fact that he falls into the category of over 100 million followers on Instagram. Besides his qualities, a whole lot of the population admires the Indian captain for his fashion sense, tattoos, and hairstyle. He has a total of 11 tattoos on his body which has their significant meanings and implication. He inked himself on his forearm even before making his international debut. As years passed, his love for tattoos increased and one can easily understand it looking at him. So le’s take a look at Every Virat Kohli Tattoo and the stories behind them.

1. God’s Eye Tattoo

This tattoo is inked on Virat’s left arm.

Significance of this Virat Kohli Tattoo: He calls this tattoo “God’s eye” and he believes that someone is always there who is watching and keeping count of everything happening. The further significance of this tattoo is that he feels that there is a feeling of connection and understanding of our life, and its responsibilities and goals.

God Eye: Every Virat Kohli Tattoo- The reason behind them and their significance- SportzPoint.com

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2. Japanese Samurai Tattoo

Kohli has a Japanese Samurai tattoo on his left arm.

Significance of this Virat Kohli Tattoo: This tattoo is inspired by the Bushido code of the Samurai and their virtues. The significance of this tattoo is that Kohli feels that the source of his strength and self-discipline is this sword.

Japanese Samurai Tattoo: Every Virat Kohli Tattoo- The reason behind them and their significance- SportzPoint.com

3. 175 Tattoo

Significance of this Virat Kohli Tattoo: Virat is the 175th player of India to make his ODI debut and hence the tattoo. This is a symbol of remembrance of one of the most special moments of his life.

175 Tattoo: Every Virat Kohli Tattoo- The reason behind them and their significance- SportzPoint.com

4. 269 Tattoo

Significance of this Virat Kohli Tattoo: This tattoo is another remembrance of one of the special moments of his life. He is the 269th player of India to make his Test debut and this is the Test debut cap number. Once he mentioned that he will always cherish these special numbers and these will remain with him forever.

269 tattoo: Every Virat Kohli Tattoo- The reason behind them and their significance- SportzPoint.com

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5. Mother’s Name Tattoo

Virat got his mother’s name inked on his left arm. His mother’s name is “Saroj” and it is inked in Devanagari script.

Significance of this Virat Kohli Tattoo: This tattoo describes the bond, love, and connection between the mother and the son and his unconditional love for her.

Mother's Name: Every Virat Kohli Tattoo- The reason behind them and their significance- SportzPoint.com

6. Father’s Name Tattoo

Kohli also inked his father’s name on his hand.

Significance of this Virat Kohli Tattoo: His father has been a huge support in his cricket career. This tattoo also describes his unexplained love and feelings for his father.

Father's Name Tattoo: Every Virat Kohli Tattoo- The reason behind them and their significance- SportzPoint.com

7. Lord Shiva Tattoo

There is a tattoo of Lord Shiva meditating on his left forearm.

Significance of this Virat Kohli Tattoo: He is a worshiper of Lord Shiva and therefore he decided to ink Shiva on his hand.

Lord Shiva Tattoo: Every Virat Kohli Tattoo- The reason behind them and their significance- SportzPoint.com

8. Monastery Tattoo

On the left side of his shoulders, he has a tattoo of a Monastery.

Significance of this Virat Kohli Tattoo: The significance of this tattoo is peace and power.

Monastery Tattoo: The reason behind this tattoo- SportzPoint.com

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9. Scorpio Tattoo

Significance of this Virat Kohli Tattoo: The Indians keeper zodiac sign Scorpio as he was born on 5th November 1988. He has inked his zodiac sign on his right arm.

Scorpio Tattoo: The Zodiac Tattoo- SportzPoint.com

10. Tribal Tattoo

Virat Kohli is also quite known for his aggressive nature on the field. He has a tribal art tattoo on his right forearm.

Significance of this Virat Kohli Tattoo: It symbolizes aggregation fighting spirit determination and loyalty towards his tribe and team.

Tribal Tattoo: The tattoo of agressiveness- SportzPoint.com

11. OM Tattoo on Shoulder

Right beside God’s eye tattoo, he also has inked the symbol of “Om”.

Significance of this Virat Kohli Tattoo: The Indians keeper zodiac sign Scorpio as he was born on 5th November 1988. He has inked his zodiac sign on his right arm. This is a symbol of spiritualism and he believes that this symbol and its sound is something that is the most consistent thing of the universe.

Om Tattoo: The tattoo of spiritualism- SportzPoint.com

Let us know in the comments which Virat Kohli Tattoo you liked the most.

Credit of all the images used- bodyartguru.com

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