One of the twentieth century’s most prominent bosses of the sarod Ustad Amjad Ali Khan and his children Amaan and Ayaan have paid tribute to the country on its 68th Independence Day with their new feature track titled ‘Vande Mataram’.
Ustad Amjad Ali Khan said, “It is our greeting
to every one of the individuals who have given their life for the flexibility of our nation, through music, through our three sarod’s, we are playing Vande Mataram. We firmly feel that each Indian ought to understand that we are Indian first and afterward whatever religion he or she has a place as well.”
His eldest child Amaan Ali Khan talked about the track and said, “It’s a moment and a half track for a nation that has done as such much for this family, for my dad, for Ayaan & me. We are finished nationalists of this nation so we thought what better route on fifteenth August to do something. So it’s our unassuming offering to the nation.”
More youthful child Ayaan Ali Khan said he just trusts this melody unites with each Indian and each spirit in light of the fact that the message is to salute your territory, which is the thing that ” Vande Mataram ” implies.
The trio of traditional artists, who have constantly spread peace and adoration with their music, will be performing at the prestigious Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, Norway, on the eve of Independence Day