Hundreds of Israeli citizens sent messages of 'love and recover from pain' during a concert in solidarity with India as India recovers from its second wave of coronavirus. Musicians from India also took part virtually in the event.
Musicians from India also took part in the program virtually, also sang bhajans
The event was held on Tuesday night in Tel Aviv's Habima Square. The program also featured the pre-recorded devotional song 'Keshav Madhav Hari Hari Bol'. This song is sung by Ativ Bhansali and Ashish Rangwani. Raj Helving, one of the organizers, said, "The people of Israel miss India's culture very much because it was not possible to visit India last year due to Kovid-19.
The people-to-people relations here have always been good and strong and we hope to be able to visit India again soon. The concert is organized by the Unite in Babylon 'Singing Circle' in which all the participating musicians sing and play instruments in a circle. During this, dozens of people from Israel sang songs and played instruments in Hebrew, Hindi, and English.
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