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Updated At: Aug 15, 2022 06:58 PM (IST)
Pakistani artist Siyal Khan posted a video of himself playing the Indian national anthem ‘Jana Gana Mana’ on Rabab. Photo Credit: Twitter/@siyaltunes
Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, August 15
As India celebrates its 76th Independence Day today, a Pakistani artist’s beautiful wish has been winning the hearts of people on both sides of the border. Siyal Khan posted a video of himself playing the Indian national anthem ‘Jana Gana Mana’ on a string instrument called Rabab while in the backdrop, some serene mountains and greenery can be seen.
Here’s a gift for my viewers across the border. 🇵🇰🇮🇳 pic.twitter.com/apEcPN9EnN

“Here’s a gift for my viewers across the border,” he wrote in the caption of his video.
Happy #IndependenceDay India. I tried the National Anthem of India as a token of friendship and goodwill for Peace, tolerance and good relations between us. #IndependenceDay2022

“Happy #IndependenceDay India. I tried the National Anthem of India as a token of friendship and goodwill for Peace, tolerance and good relations between us. #IndependenceDay2022 (sic),” the musician added.
The video has gone viral and people from both India and Pakistan praised the beautiful rendition.
This is so nice! Thank you and a very happy Independence Day to all of you from the other side f the border !!!

 
Thank you for the lovely gesture.. Happy independence day to you guys too. 🙌🙏

Happy 75th Independence day to all the people across the border who want peace

Now this is called Education. Khushala osay Zwana… Spread love, friendship and coexistence.
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