As Gandhi Jayanti is distinguished all opposite India with cleanliness drives and memorials, Ustad Amjad Ali Khan and his sons, Aman Ali and Ayaan Ali have paid a low-pitched reverence to a Father of a Nation.
On a arise of Mahatma Gandhi’s 146th birth anniversary, a contingent has released an instrumental delivery of Gandhi’s favourite bhajan, Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram. The soulful sarod balance joined with a voices of a 3 creates it a pleasant video to symbol a Mahatma’s birthday.
The video, uploaded by Saregama GenY, is in partnership with a NGO Ek Tara, and facilities several people holding signs with Gandhi’s messages.
The two-minute video is shot in a birthright devalue of Qutub Minar in Delhi that adds to a visible interest of a video.
Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram, also famous as Ram Dhun, was immortalised by Gandhi when satyagrahis sang it during a Dandi March. The lyrics are from strange Hindu content ‘Shri Nama Ramayanam’ and were created by Lakshmanacharya.
The many renouned chronicle of this bhajan was set to balance by a idealist Hindustani exemplary musician, Pandit Vishnu Digambar Paluskar though a recording of that isn’t available, though a recording by one of his son’s is available, reports DNA.
The bhajan has undergone several renditions by distinguished singers and musicians. Here are some other versions:
This chronicle is deliberate to be one of a beginning versions of a bhajan by folk thespian Gohar collected in a Saregama gathering of Gujrati bhajans.
This instrumental chronicle was played by a total rope of Indian Navy and Indian Air force during Beating Retreat in 2014.
Renowned exemplary thespian MS Subbulakshmi also achieved a bhajan
The bhajan has been taken and remixed by Bollywood as well, with Kuck Kuch Hota Hai‘s upbeat chronicle providing a pointy contrariety to a Satyagraha’s heated one.