Friday, August 14, 2009

Happy Independence Day to you all

A beautiful and inspiring VDO

Written by Gulzar Saab
Music - Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy
Singer - Shankar Mahadevan.

The theme is - "Have a pride in your existence and your actions. Nothing is "big" enough for you."
This was an initiative by TIMES OF INDIA


"Hold the sky to stand, and walk with the wind in your hands, Be the front-runner;because when you walk, Hindustan (India) walks with you.Lend your hand to pull out the Sun in the morning, Fill your hands with sunlight, and throw it around, Keep you legs on the horizon, and walk with pride, Hold the sky to stand, and walk with the wind in your hands, Be the front-runner; because when you walk, Hindustan (India) walks with you."

(please note this translation is from net and as you all know, when something is translated from the original, it may not bring or reflect the same feel or essence)

Wishing you all again a Happy Independence Day
Jai Hind!

(vdo and info from net)*


Vancouver, Canada said...

Vandeeeeeeeee Mataram! A Very Happy Independance Day to You too Narayanan! We Salute the Brave SOULS of INDIA! Wish All Courage, Peace & Prosperity! JAI HIND

Vancouver, Canada said...

Beautiful Piece by Gulzar Saheb..You know Nar he is actually Sikh his real name is Sampooran Singh Kalra :)

dark wings said...

Happy Independence Day, my friend :)

Kelly said...

...I loved that. Wonderful music, great message. Happy Independence Day!

workhard said...

Wish you all a very Happy Independence Day!!!!

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claude said...

Happy Independance day ! Thanks for your sending by mail. Very nice video and I Love the song.

Travel & Dive Girl said...

Happy Belated Independence Day! Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Strawberry Girl said...

Happy Independence day Nara!!

Sorry for the late comment, you know I love your blog (I've just been terribly distracted and all). ;D

Indolence is a delightful but distressing state; we must be doing something to be happy. Action is no less necessary than thought to the instinctive tendencies of the human frame.