The video has gone viral with love and support pouring in from citizens of both India and Pakistan.

Indian and Pakistani artists singing national anthems of both countries is winning hearts Screenshot
Social Independence Day Monday, August 14, 2017 - 14:26

In the seventy years since India and Pakistan got its Independence, the relations between the two countries continue to be strained, and the conflict seems to be only escalating.

In a message of peace and a gesture of warmth, a bunch of Indian and Pakistani singers have come together to sing the national anthems of both the countries as both celebrate their 70 Independence Day this month.

The move has touched a chord with many on the internet.

The initiative by the Facebook page Voice of Ram opens with a line, "When we open our borders to art, peace comes along."

VOR Peace Anthem

Soulful! Voice Of Ram is proud to present the VOR Peace Anthem. For the first time, since Independence, the national anthems of India and Pakistan is sung by artists of both nations. #HappyIndependenceDay #LetsEndThisHatred

Posted by Voice Of Ram on Sunday, 13 August 2017

The video has gone viral with love and support pouring in from citizens of both India and Pakistan.

Not just this, another Indian band decided to wish Pakistan a "Happy Birthday" in a unique way as it celebrates its Independence Day on Monday.

Voxchord has sung an A Capella version of Pakistan's national anthem, Pak Sarzamin.

"This Independence Day," the group wrote, "we'd like to dedicate a song to our neighbours. A song about faith, pride and grandeur of power, progress and perfection."

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