The anthem of the Tamil Conference was composed by double academy winner, A.R.Rahman and the lyrics were penned by Karunanidhi. The video speaks masses for itself as it proudly showcases the rich tradition and culture of the Tamil language and its pe
THE 9TH World Tamil Conference or Tamil Meet is held by eminent Tamil scholars, poets, celebrities etc from all across the globe. This year's Tamil Meet will be held in Coimbatore from 23rd June 2010 to 27th June 2010. The venue for the event will be “CODISIA” and will be chaired by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, M. Karunanidhi.
The anthem of the Tamil Conference was composed by double academy winner, A.R.Rahman and the lyrics were penned by Karunanidhi. The video speaks masses for itself as it proudly showcases the rich tradition and culture of the Tamil language and its people. The song/video features some of the most renowned faces from the Tamil entertainment industry.
The song show cases the transition of the Tamil culture and how the youth and people got adapted to it with ease. Parts of the song is crooned in various genres ranging from pop, rock and hip hop and sufi.
After the initial composition, another verse was added that highlighted the genius of Kambar and Avaiyar.
Here is the list of artists who have appeared in the video:
T. M. Soundararajan , A. R. Rahman , Harini, Chinmayi, Karthi,k Hariharan ,Yuvan Shankar Raja ,P. Susheela ,Vijay Yesudas, G. V. Prakash Kumar, T. L. Maharajan, Bombay Jayashri, Aruna Sairam , Nithyasree Mahadevan, S. Sowmya, Blaaze , Kash M. Y., Abdul Ghani Khajamoideen , S. Sabumoideen , T. M. Krishna , Naresh Iyer , Srinivas , Gunasekharan, Shruthi Haasan , Chinnapponnu , Susheela Raman
The backing vocals for the song have been provided by:
A. R. Reihana , Benny Dayal , Neha , Ujjayinee , Devan Ekambaram, Krissy, Yuvan Shankar Raja, Nithin Raj, Saketh, R. Vijay Narain, Dr. Narayan, Bhagyaraj, Subiksha, Anita, K. Renu, Maya Sricharan, Kalayani, Raqueeb Alam
The instrumentalists are:
A. Sivamani- Drums, percussion
Watch the Semmozhi song ( AR Rehaman):