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 IIT Madras releases ‘Rivers of India’ music video to highlight preservation of water bodies

Sung by Bombay Jayasree, Kaushiki Chakraborty, Rishit Desikan and Amirtha Ramnath, the video is produced by the International Center for Clean Water (ICCW), IIT Madras.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: April 26, 2021 6:08:31 pm
IITmadras, Rivers of India, Rivers of India music video, IITmadras music video, Rivers of India song, Kanniks Kannikeswaran, Viral video, Water conservation, Trending news, Indain Express newsKannikeswaran’s project aims to appreciate water resources and raise awareness about the importance of preserving them.

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras recently released a music video ‘Rivers of India’, a one of its kind anthem on precious water bodies.

Created by Kanniks Kannikeswaran, a former student of IIT Madras, the song’s lyrics were inspired by the names of 51 rivers from all over India.

Sung by Bombay Jayasree, Kaushiki Chakraborty, Rishit Desikan and Amirtha Ramnath, the video is produced by the International Center for Clean Water (ICCW), IIT Madras.

The video was launched on World Earth Day, which is observed every year on 22nd April. The day also marked the second anniversary of ICCW, IIT Madras

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Kannikeswaran’s project aims to appreciate water resources and raise awareness about the importance of preserving them.

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The ICCW is a new initiative of IIT Madras and its mission is to deliver clean water for all, transform economies and help youth build their careers around water. It is located in the IIT Madras Research Park.

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