Phir Mile Sur Mera Tumhara: A Culturally Diverse and United India

Posted on January 26, 2010 in Culture-Vulture, Society, Video

As a child, many of us heard this song by the Lok Seva Sanchar Parishad, promoted by Doordarshan. The song, popularly known as the “India song” lost its relevance soon after. 70% of the urban youth are not even aware of the importance and significance of this song. As an initiative to reconstruct our cultural fabric, ZOOM, a popular entertainment channel recreated the magical tune of the song, bringing it closer to our hearts. The song is not just a song, but a representation of the unified India. The song has 2 parts. Watch the video below:

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