The funeral of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes was held in Macksville on Wednesday afternoon at 2 pm AEDT (8.30 am IST, 3 am GMT).
Thousands of people flocked to the cricketer's hometown to bid farewell to the young star, who lost his life way too early.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, former Australian player Shane Warne, Australian team captain Michael Clarke and many others took part in the funeral procession.
Phil's father Gregory Hughes, his brother Jason Hughes, Michael Clarke, friends Corey Ireland, Mitchell Lonergan, Matthew Day, Arron Finch and Tom Cooper were the pallbearers of Phil's casket.
Virat Kohli, India team director Ravi Shastri, coach Duncan Fletcher and team manager Arshad Ayub also attended the funeral ceremony, along with the entire Australian team.
Phil, 25, died on 27 November, three days before his 26th birthday, after being hit by a ball during Sheffield Shield match between Now South Wales and South Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Meanwhile, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Tony Abbott and Sachin Tendulkar among others took to Twitter to pay tribute to the late Australian cricketer.