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Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

India's National Anthem 'Jana Gana Mana', composed by legendary Polymath Rabindranath Tagore, gives goose bumps and fills the hearts of millions of countrymen with pride. 

Today while the entire country is drenched in patriotic fervour to celebrate 76th Independence Day, Indians across the globe are no way behind to celebrate the proud moment and commemorate the sacrifices by thousands of freedom fighters to achieve complete Independence from two hundred years of British oppression.

The government's 'Har Ghar Tiranga' initiative has added to the excitement of many this year as every Indian has come together to commemorate the day in a fashion that truly resembles much like the first time when the entire country came together to mark its independence.

Hoisting the tricolour proudly today, people across the nation sang 'Jana Gana Mana' and celebrated the day with festive spirit. 

Jana Gana Mana was publicly sung for the first time on 27 December 1911. Since then, the National Anthem has been sung with different modulations. While some have decorated 'Jana Gana Mana' with their magical voices, some embellished it with different musical instruments to elevate the emotions of every Indian. 

However, here we bring a beautiful rendition of the National Anthem performed by a group of youths with simple tribal musical instruments and a fusion of modern-day musical instruments. 

While listening to this instrumental version of 'Jana Gana Mana', is sure to give you the thrill  of patriotic emotions.

The young and talented group of musicians have used 29 tribal instruments to recreate their musical version of our National Anthem.

Though it proved to be a hoax that UNESCO accorded India's National Anthem as the 'Best in the world', undeniably, it still remains the best for every Indian.

Moreover, these young musicians have beautified the emotional aspect with the folk instruments. The music was arranged and produced by Madhur Padwal. 

While the video is widely being circulated on social media platforms, netizens are in awe of the presentation and have flooded with comments praising the musicians, their thought and their initiative.

India’s first Nobel laureate Tagore, composed the parent song, ‘Bharoto Bhagyo Bidhata’ on December 11, 1911. It is a Brahmo hymn and has five verses. However, only the first verse has been adopted as the National Anthem.

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