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NRIs SALUTE TRI-COLOR ON REPUBLIC DAY WITH BEAUTIFUL SONG 'PHIR BHI DIL HAI HINDUSTANI'

January 28, 2020 05:16 PM

Raj Sadosh

Abohar: To salute the Tri-color on Indian’s 71st Republic Day, US based Nidhi Kumar has come up with a B’ful original song “Lehra do Tiranga”. Her co-singer and music Director is Raj Yashraj and lyrics are penned by Abhishek Kumar. All artists are from Siwan Bihar but currently they live in different countries.

With heart and mind thrilling intro- “Lehra do Tiranga, shaan se pyare” the album on you tube has so far attracted about 60,000 viewers. Besides glimpses of Rajpath Republic Day parade, the video displays portraits of Indian Army’s might. To its patriotic best, pictures of Sardar Patel and Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh with Rang de Basanti chola, maaye rang de Basant chola—singing deeply touches the viewers and motivates them to salute the freedom movement heroes.

Even after staying in United States for so many years, her heart is still Hindustani and she has put her heart and soul in this song. She is blessed to have a good team to support her in recording and production. Her other albums “Jogiya” and “Chamacham nachan de” already made buzz at social media and she is thankful to all to give her love and support.

With heart and mind thrilling intro- “Lehra do Tiranga, shaan se pyare” the album on you tube has so far attracted about 60,000 viewers. Besides glimpses of Rajpath Republic Day parade, the video displays portraits of Indian Army’s might. To its patriotic best, pictures of Sardar Patel and Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh with Rang de Basanti chola, maaye rang de Basant chola—singing deeply touches the viewers and motivates them to salute the freedom movement heroes.

Nidhi is classically trained singer, has been learning classical music and started performing at the age of 7. Because of her willingness and dedication, she completed her Prabhakar in Sugam sangeet and Hindustani classical, Visharad in Hindustani classical.

She has founded Jersey Tarana - a musical institute to educate communities through formal vocal / instrumental lessons in Indian classical and traditional music. The institute is affiliated to one of the oldest and reputed music university – Prayaag Sangeet Samiti, Allahabad, UP, India. She has been teaching Hindustani classical music for last 15 years

She introduced “Indian Independence Day celebrations” under the brand “Mere Desh Ki Dhartii” where Indian communities come together for Indian Independence Day. She also introduced “East Side Diwali, an upscale celebration of lights”.

After spending 10 years in New Jersey/New York, she moved with her family all the way from east coast to west coast, a transition where most of people find it difficult to adjust. It’s been four years at Redmond and she has already established “Jersey Tarana” a leading musical institute for students with regular workshops.

Nidhi was born and raised at small town of Bihar where definition of normal life is way different and beyond imagination. A lot of us can’t imagine growing up in a place where people spend entire summer without electricity; extracurricular knowledge is a distant matter for girls as basic education is also not taken seriously by society. Being the youngest and only girl in the family, she was pampered by her parents and her brothers. It was because of her forward looking family and her own passion; she refused to surrender against all odds while growing up. EOM
Photo: Nidhi and Raj Yashraj sing “Lehra do Tiranga”.

 
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