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Musical tribute to victims of mob violence

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GUWAHATI, July 14 - �Rain in Sahara�, a Guwahati-based activist musical band, recently released a song Haunts Me as a tribute to innocent victims of mob violence.

The video of the song, which is available on YouTube, describes the lynching incident that snuffed out the lives of Nilotpal Das and Abhijeet Nath in Dokmoka, Karbi Anglong district, last year.

The lyrics have been penned by Lain Heringman and sung by Rain Jong Fudong, Lain Heringman and Pawan Damai.

�Rain in Sahara is an international award-winning activist musical act based out of Guwahati, driven by a desire to spread positive conscious music with a message, along the principles of social justice, equality, our climate crisis, freedom and respect. They fuse a wide range of elements and instrumentation into their sound such as electronic, hard rock, hip hop, Latin and even Indian and Western classical music. They have performed at some of the biggest festivals in India and also internationally, performing alongside hip-hop legend and activist Mos Def, Switchfoot and Poets of the Fall, to name a few,� says the band on its website.

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Musical tribute to victims of mob violence

GUWAHATI, July 14 - �Rain in Sahara�, a Guwahati-based activist musical band, recently released a song Haunts Me as a tribute to innocent victims of mob violence.

The video of the song, which is available on YouTube, describes the lynching incident that snuffed out the lives of Nilotpal Das and Abhijeet Nath in Dokmoka, Karbi Anglong district, last year.

The lyrics have been penned by Lain Heringman and sung by Rain Jong Fudong, Lain Heringman and Pawan Damai.

�Rain in Sahara is an international award-winning activist musical act based out of Guwahati, driven by a desire to spread positive conscious music with a message, along the principles of social justice, equality, our climate crisis, freedom and respect. They fuse a wide range of elements and instrumentation into their sound such as electronic, hard rock, hip hop, Latin and even Indian and Western classical music. They have performed at some of the biggest festivals in India and also internationally, performing alongside hip-hop legend and activist Mos Def, Switchfoot and Poets of the Fall, to name a few,� says the band on its website.

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