In anticipation of the grand inauguration of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya on January 22, the air is filled with festivity as Lord Rama returns to his abode. One remarkable celebration of this divine moment is the soul-stirring song “Bandiro,” echoing in various languages and featuring the voices of renowned singers.
What makes this musical tribute even more special is the poetic brilliance of young lyricist Pramod Maravanthe, known for his earlier contributions to Adipurush’s Kannada songs and the enchanting “Singara Siriye” from the movie Kantara.
Titled “Rama Sri Rama,” this anthem of Ayodhya celebration is spreading its magic across the nation in languages like Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi. Lasting 4 minutes and 56 seconds, this melodic masterpiece composed by Darbuka Shiva features an array of live instruments, adding to its enchanting allure.
Pramoda Maravante’s penmanship has brought together a stellar lineup of vocal talents, including Vijay Prakash, SP Charan, Sathyaprakash, Pavithra Chari, and others. Their collective effort beautifully captures the essence of this festive moment, resonating joyously as Lord Rama graces Ayodhya once again.
The accompanying video, spanning the duration of the song, offers a visual treat, featuring not only the singers but also instrumental artists. The inclusion of the character Bala Ram adds an extra layer of celebration, making “Rama Sri Rama” a truly immersive and festive experience for all.