Jana Gana Mana Video

Jana Gana Mana Video

The Jana Gana Mana - Indian National Anthem was a historic video released January 26, 2000 to mark the 50th year of the Indian Republic. It has the distinction of being released by the then President of India, in the Central Hall of the Indian Parliament. It was produced by Bharat Bala and Kanika Myer and published by Ministry of Culture, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India.

Bharat Bala and A. R. Rahman came together to create a historic album called 'Jana Gana Mana'. This was a project in which over 35 top artistes of the nation came together to sing or play the Indian National Anthem, "Jana Gana Mana". The project had started as "Desh Ko Salaam" which was telecast in Indian TV channels and on the web on August 15, 1999, in which several great Indian musicians, from the classical to the contemporary, came together to give a soulful and modern rendition of the National Anthem. The video was released on January 26, 2000.

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... Format CD, digital download Tracklist Maa Tujhe Salaam Gurus of Peace Only You Jana Gana Mana Jana Gana Mana 2000 Jana Gana Mana Released 26 January 2000 Re-released 2006 Label Sony Music Format CD ...
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... There are many versions of this video in circulation ... One of the versions has recitation of the words "Jaya He" (Victory to thee) four times, instead of three ...

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