PV Sindhu is still relishing her recently earned world title. On Friday, she paid a thanksgiving visit to the famous hill shrine of Lord Venkateshwara in Tirumala.

Sindhu is known to be an ardent devotee of Lord Venkateshwara. On Sunday, she became the first ever Indian to win gold medal at the BWF World Championship.

24 year old Sindhu was accompanied by her parents. A temple official told the trio arrived at the sacred Tirumala Hills on Thursday evening after offering prayer at the Goddess Sri Padmavathi Temple in Tiruchanur.

After overnight stay on the hills, she visited the Lord Venkateshwara shrine paid obeisance to the presiding deity Friday morning, the official said.

Later, speaking to media, Sindhu said she was on a thanksgiving visit after winning the world championship title.

With the divine blessing of Lord Venkateswara she would continue to excel in future also, she added.


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