Muslim man breaks the stereotypes by singing Mahabharat’s titled track

written by Kirti Pathak | September 23, 2021

The Muslim man's diction and delivery of the shlokas of Mahabharat's classic theme song surprised netizens. 'Unity through difference,' trends on social media post this video.

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, sitting in front of the television every Sunday to watch Ramayana and Mahabharat was a huge part of every desi person's life. A Muslim man's rendition of the Mahabharat title theme is now inspiring nostalgia and winning hearts online.

Muslim Man Mahabharta Image Source- Google

 

According to Dr. S Y Quraishi, India's former chief election commissioner, an elderly man is shown singing the song originally recorded by Mahendra Kapoor for BR Chopra's epic mythical production.

The man was spotted reciting the show's classic entrance, "Mahabharat Katha," eloquently singing the entire verse and even pausing for the interlude in between, in a nod to the blowing of the conch, to celebrate unity in variety across religious boundaries.

“Overcoming stereotypes!” Quraishi posted a video on YouTube that lasted over a minute and showed the audience being blown away by the man's performance.

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According to Dr. S Y Quraishi, India's former chief election commissioner, an elderly man is shown singing the song originally recorded by Mahendra Kapoor for BR Chopra's epic mythical production.

The man was spotted reciting the show's classic entrance, "Mahabharat Katha," eloquently singing the entire verse and even pausing for the interlude in between, in a nod to the blowing of the conch, to celebrate unity in variety across religious boundaries.

“Overcoming stereotypes!” Quraishi posted a video on YouTube that lasted over a minute and showed the audience being blown away by the man's performance.

Muslim Man Mahabharta Image Source- Google

 

 

The video has received a lot of appreciation where people commented-

“Irrespective of his religion or dress. His voice & pronunciation is just amazing..”

“Aisa Desh hai Mera”

“I salute him how nicely he pronounced each n every word from Mahabharata. Many Hindu people even cannot recite a single line correctly.

“To understand each other begins by learning from each other and respect for everything good and beautiful. This gentleman has shown that the world need not be divided and people can live in harmony - not out of fear but love! Loved it"

 

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