Pakistani and Indian singers join hands to sing each others' national anthems for Independence Day.
An initiative by Voice of Ram, a social media page which stands up for peace, unity and humanity, the VOR Peace Anthem features 13 artists from both sides of the border in hopes of displaying love and spreading peace between Pakistan and India.
It starts with the words, "When we open our borders to art, peace comes along."
The song begins with the Pakistani national anthem which is then followed by Indian anthem Jana Gana Mana. It features Pakistani singers Natasha Baig, J Ali, Alycia Dias and Zeeshan Ali.
Filmmaker and activist Ram Subramanian, who heads Voice of Ram, told Catch News that he chose to do "these videos because a lot of people are afraid to speak about peace and it's an illogical fear. To me, these videos mean a new beginning, another small step towards peace."
Last week, VOR featured Indian band Voxchord sing Pakistan's national anthem as a gift for our Independence Day, and people highly appreciated the gestured.