Antananarivo [Madagascar], April 23 (ANI): On the event of the 51st Earth Day celebrations, Earth Anthem, written by Indian poet-diplomat Abhay Kumar, was translated into many new languages together with Sanskrit, Gujarati, Magahi, Maithili, Marathi, Mising, Kokborok, Rajasthani, Armenian amongst others.
It was additionally produced in signal language making it obtainable extra extensively the world over.
On this event over 100 eminent poets, musicians, actors, singers, artists, professors and other people from numerous walks of life throughout the planet participated in studying and recording Earth Anthem in numerous languages to rejoice the sweetness and variety of life on Earth and to precise their concern towards local weather change, biodiversity loss and environmental air pollution.
The recordings of their readings can be found on Kavishala, a world poetry platform.
Individuals included Ramon Magsaysay award winner Rajendra Singh, who’s also referred to as the Waterman of India, Actress Manisha Koirala, British poet Ruth Padel recognized for her championing the reason for environmental safety, Vivek Menon, wildlife conservationist, Shaheen Nilofer, UNICEF nation consultant to Eritrea, Shumona Iqbal, Excessive Commissioner of Bangladesh to Brunei, Tanzanian poet Charlotte Hill O’ Neal, famend Brazilian artist Maria Helena Andres, group of girls from Ecofeminist motion in Cabo Verde led by Monica Rodrigues, Chinese language-American actor Robert Lin, Prof Prabhajot Parmar from Fraser Valley College, Canada, Japanese singer Miho Namatame amongst others.
Abhay Ok. first wrote Earth Anthem whereas posted in St. Petersburg, Russia in 2008, and since then it has now been translated into over 70 world languages and is learn and carried out throughout the globe to rejoice Earth Day and World Surroundings Day.
Earth Anthem requires unity of all of the species on Earth and amongst all of the individuals and all of the nations to struggle the triple disaster of local weather change, biodiversity loss and environmental air pollution. It calls to rise over our variations and unite to save lots of our planet for future generations. (ANI)