Unstoppable21 anthem celebrates India and the spirit of its youth

The new anthem titled ‘Hum Ho Rahe Kamyaab' is a music piece composed by the celebrated Shantanu Moitra

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The Times of a Better India, an initiative of Times of India launched an anthem for its initiative, #Unstoppable21.

The new anthem titled ‘Hum Ho Rahe Kamyaab’ is a music piece composed by Shantanu Moitra.

To celebrate India’s youth, the #Unstoppable21 campaign is felicitating 21 Indians under 21 in humanities, science, sports, fine arts, performing arts, social activism and entrepreneurship.

To celebrate the spirit of India’s youth, #Unstoppable21 is highlighting the limitless potential of our people. Inspiring stories of individuals, institutions and organisations that symbolise a coming together of various facets of India to contribute to their success.

The song marks a significant milestone in the journey of celebrating our collective success and resilience – from ‘hum honge’ to ‘hum ho rahe’, and finally ‘hum ho gaye’ kamyaab.

The song aptly supports #Unstoppable21 in celebrating the country’s human spirit and unstoppable achievements.

Catchy lyrics: The anthem's lyrics are crafted to reflect the authentic celebration of the youth and their achievement

Upbeat melody: Composed by Moitra, the melody is bound to get people moving and feeling the rhythm of today's India

Empowering message: The anthem carries a powerful message of our youth’s success, its empowerment, and the belief that India is winning the world

People  behind 'Hum Ho Gaye Kamyaab' anthem:

Esther Hnamte from Mizoram is a little singer.

Chotu Khan, a young musical spark from the Merasi community is a folk singer who got his first break in a music video called Hariyo Patang

Ayaan Deshpande is a 9-year-old piano prodigy from Mumbai

Sartaz Khan Barna is a folk singer from a small village Barna, in Jaisalmer

Rahul Vellal started his journey with Indian Classical music at the age of four 

Anirban Roy started learning flute at the age of four and a half and gave his first public performance at the age of five.

Steven Samuel Devassy is a child prodigy adept in playing drums, and singing.

Imnainla Jamir is a musician, and guitar artist from Nagaland

Aditya started learning classical vocal and violin from the age of 3.

A bunch of kids making music – Dharavi Rocks is a collective of slum kids jamming to a better life

Moitra said, “The concept of Unstoppable21 by The Times of India is simply mind-boggling. What truly astounds me is the unwavering confidence of these young talents. Their level of self-assuredness is profoundly inspiring and is quite a departure from my own experiences at their age. I've been learning so much from them. These prodigies are from our own nation, the future of our country, and they are nothing short of incredible. Talent is undoubtedly abundant, but the spotlight you've cast on these young achievers has bestowed upon them a sense of significance that is truly praiseworthy.”

#Unstoppable21 Anthem-

Times of India Shantanu Moitra ‘Hum Ho Rahe Kamyaab' #Unstoppable21 The Times of a Better India