Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today launches two music albums based on the eternal poems carved by freedom fighter Veer Savarkar on the walls of the prison while he was facing jail in (Saza-e-Kalapani) of Andaman Nicobar islands.
These two albums, ‘Swatantra-te-Bhagavati’ and ‘Savarkar ni Amar Rachana’ have been directed by a young music director Bharat Mohan Balvalli of Swarnand Foundation, Mumbai. Mr. Modi has appreciated his four years’ hardwork wholeheartedly and congratulated for the same.
Mr. Modi said, “The sacrifice of Veer Savarkar’s whole family for the independence of India is hugely valuable. The poems inscribed on the walls of the prison of Andaman Nicobar islands by Veer Savarkar while he was in a top-security prison, truly inspires the young generations of our country with full of patriotism.”
“There emerges undying love for India’s independence in the literature (poems) and mantra accomplished by Veer Savarkar. And a young music director Bharat Mohan Balvalli has truly represented devotion for the country by making these albums,” Mr.Modi said.