Australian sports presenter Erin Holland has been immersing herself in Pakistani culture during her visit to the country for the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) season nine, and her experiences are garnering attention on social media.

In her latest Instagram post, Holland extended heartfelt wishes of Ramadan Mubarak (Happy Ramadan) to all the fans who are celebrating the holy month.

But this was not a normal Ramadan wish, she made it special by immersing in Pakistani culture and speaking Urdu to express her greetings to her followers.

“Ramadan Mubarak to all who are celebrating,” she captioned the post, accompanying a video where she confidently greeted in Urdu, saying, “Assalamualaikum! Meri taraf se subko Ramadan Mubarak [Assalamualaikum! I wish everyone a Happy Ramadan].”


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Throughout her stay in Pakistan, Holland has been actively engaging with the local culture. She joined the commentary team in Multan before moving to Karachi, where she continues to bring her unique perspective to the PSL coverage.

In addition to her involvement in cricket activities, Holland took time to explore the historical landmarks of Pakistan. She was seen roaming around the old city area of Karachi.

Meanwhile, she also visited the Tomb of Hazrat Shah Rukn-e-Alam in Multan, capturing the essence of her experience in captivating snapshots shared on Instagram.

Reflecting on her visit to the iconic site, Holland expressed her delight, stating, “When you google ‘what to see in #Multan’ the Tomb of Hazrat Shah Rukn-e-Alam is the first thing that comes up… and boy, it didn’t disappoint.”


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Holland’s embrace of Pakistani culture and her sincere engagement with local traditions have endeared her to fans across the country, fostering a deeper connection between the international sports community and Pakistan’s vibrant heritage.

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