The Longest Gita Jayanti Celebration announced as Gita Jayanti Parv

Anjar-based Give Vacha Foundation and Krup Music launched the world’s longest “Gita Jayanti Parv”. This festival will last for one month from 3rd November to 3rd December. During this month, these organizations will try to spread the message of the ‘Srimad Bhagavad Gita’ to every corner of the world through various social and cultural activities. It is worth mentioning here that Krup Music Institute has given all its YouTube channels, Facebook, Instagram, and other social media handles free of charge for “Gita Jayanti Parva” to carry the message of Gita around the world. Along with this, the week of 27 November to 3 December will be celebrated as “Krup Music Festival”. In which well-known singers, songwriters, musicians, poets, writers, dancers, and other artists will present Krishna’s devotion through their art. The concept of this whole program has been done by Dr. Krupesh Thacker.

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Dr. Krupesh evokes the feeling of nationalism with Parv and Vacha Thacker’s patriotic albums

The incredible sibling duo started singing from a very small age with the support of their father who himself is a well-known lyricist, composer & singer in the film industry. On the advent of this significant occasion, Vacha Thacker & Parv Thacker have again brought to light three songs they released, showcasing solidarity towards the armed forces. The songs are “Hai Naman”, “Ai Watan, Vande Mataram” and “Yeh Tirangaa Rahe” which personify the feeling of gratitude that every citizen of the nation beholds within reminiscing the sacrifice of our war heroes. The songs are written and composed by Dr. Krupesh. He also joined as a co-singer and directed the music videos. Earlier this father-children trio also known as “Parv Fusion Band”, released Jana Gana Mana National Anthem music videos which gained more than 50 million views till date. Their notation version of Jana Gana Mana is getting huge appreciation Worldwide.

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