World Cup-winning Australian captain Michael Clarke is currently in India for his stint as Commentator in the ongoing 11th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018.
The 37-year-old, who is not only known for his on-field antics but also his fascination for tattoos as well, and that has always become the talk of the town.
It is known that Clarke always enjoys his time in the country and even he admitted his love for the country many times, had a stop at Bandra in Mumbai to get a tattoo into his forearm.
Previously, the former Australian skipper has etched many meaningful tattoos from his lady love to a "Carpe Diem" tattoo, but this time it was a special one.
Clarke has etched a tattoo of a cloverleaf along with an unalome and the initials of his daughter, Kelsey Lee, in the center with his own handwriting that has given a cool look to watch out.
As per Mid-Day reports, the Aussie great etched a tattoo by an artist Vikas Malani, who said, “Each leaf of the clover symbolizes a piece of tradition. One is for faith, hope, love, and luck. The unalome symbol represents the path to enlightenment in Buddhist culture. The dots at the end of the symbol represent death or the moment we fade to nothing.”
Even, Clarke also shared the picture of himself with the artist while etching the tattoo on his official, social media handle. He wrote on Instagram, “@vikasmalani_official you are a legend bro. Thank you for looking after me ???????? @bodycanvastattooart ???????? ????????”
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