Paying a musical tribute to the Yamuna Mission as part of the Nadi Samvad, “Magic of Strings” was held at Talkatora stadium, Delhi.
NEW DELHI Apr 13 (The CONNECT) – Paying a musical tribute to the Yamuna Mission as part of the Nadi Samvad – conversation for rivers - an international collaboration “Magic of Strings” was held at Talkatora stadium, Delhi, on Tuesday.
Two Maestros, Siddha Veena sensation- Siddhartha Banarjee and Ole Frastad from Norway were the main musicians who let the people understand the importance of clean rivers through their music. While the Tabla was accompanied by young and dynamic Kumar Uttam.
The “Nadi Samvad”, organized by Rashtriya Swabhiman Yatra and Yamuna Mission led by Govindacharya, aims to save rivers and completed three Yatras for Ganga, Yamuna and Narmada during 2020-21.
The main objective of these trips or yatra was to study the present situation of these three important rivers of our country. And a consolidated report of these visits was published on Nadi Samvad-1, 2021 which was held in Delhi on 30 November 2021.
Siddhartha Banarjee said, “It is an honor to be able to perform for such a noble cause. The Yamuna Mission is a cause that is close to my heart and I am proud to be associated with this movement.”
He stressed that it is important for people to take action now and make smart choices for Mother Earth, and what better way to spread this message than through melodies and music.
Kumar Uttam, who is a musician on the rise said, “Performing with my fellow collaborators is a dream come true. Not only do I get the chance to work with some of the best names in the current music landscape, but I also get to promote a cause that is the need of the moment. I have been bestowed with the opportunity to spread the word of conservation through music, and with music and environment being my passion- no opportunity could be better than this.”
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