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Press Release |  13 Aug 2015 20:40 |  By RnMTeam

Culture Machine reminisces the 15th of August 1947 through their latest video 'The Freedom Poem'

MUMBAI: "Freedom is clay that you mould, and it is up to you what you create with it". This line from Being Indian’s latest video will provoke us to think how much we've contributed in making our country what it is today after 69 years of being 'Independent'. Independence Day represents a time which we have been conditioned to commemorate everyone who has contributed in giving India the privilege of enjoying 'Freedom'. Reminiscing this feeling of love for our motherland, Culture Machine- The Digital Video Entertainment Company’s upcoming video titled ‘The Freedom Poem’ tells us the inspiring tale of the birth of our national flag. This video speaks about how we unconsciously celebrate our independence every single day. You celebrate it when you see a girl child dressing up to go to school, you see it in a woman who steps out of her house knowing she will return home safe. You see it in a man who dares to dream. That is what is the true essence of India and its Independence. This video is being released on their YouTube channel 'Being Indian'.

The video is a visual treat to the eyes. The beautiful dancers from Nalanda Dance Academy dressed in traditional attire dance in India's glory with classical dance forms of Bharatnatyam, Kathak and Mohiniyattam. The video appreciates and respects the pains borne by our ancestors who gifted us with the luxury of freedom. In contemporary times as such, this video is a reminder for us to keep our roots grounded, however tall we grow. Best known for their digital content, it features the popular spoken word performer Priyam Redican, who has passionately narrated her poem, giving the video a very powerful punch.

This video asks you a question that only you can answer. A question, that only you will understand. Culture Machine is set to roll out this mesmerizing patriotic video on the 12th of August 2015 on account of India's 69th Independence Day.

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