A senior Punjab IAS officer debuted in the musical world. IAS officer Rakhee Gupta released a devotional music video on YouTube. She is a 1997 batch IAS officer, currently serving as the resident commissioner of Punjab. Between 2015 and 2016, she had also served as a joint secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs.
2 Lakh views on YouTube
The music video, “Main toh ratungi Radhe Naam” is a devotional song about Lord Krishna and Radha. It has already garnered over 2 lakh views so far. The track was shared on Youtube on October 18, composed by Gaurav Dev and Kartik Dev. The four and half minute music video was shot in picturesque pilgrimage sites of Mathura and Vrindavan and released by Times Music Spiritual.
Moreover, the song was widely shared on various social media platforms. It received instant appreciation from netizens. The comment section was flooded with appreciation from hundreds of individuals.
Part of my passion and hobby: IAS officer Rakhee Gupta
IAS officer Rakhee Gupta said, “This was just part of my passion and hobby. Also, it was my childhood hobby. All the time I performed in school choirs and family gatherings”. The music video was in the plan from last year. However, it was postponed due to the pandemic, she added.
In the description of the video, it is mentioned that Rakhee Gupta sings a beautiful Radha Krishna devotional song. Moreover, the song describes the devotion of a devotee towards Krishna and the Land of Braj. In the land of Braj, Radha’s name is synonym to her beloved Krishna. Further, Gupta dedicates this song to her mother Ms. Meena Gupta, and her family.
Moreover, the video shot in Vrindavan is the birthplace of Lord Krishna. Rakhee also revealed that while they planned the song last year but it was postponed due to the pandemic.
About IAS officer Rakhee Gupta
IAS officer Rakhee Gupta has done her graduation from Lady Shri Ram College and Delhi School of Economics. In 2017, she further went ahead to complete her master’s from National Defence College. She received the Stree Shakti Puraskar. The annual award given by the Ministry of women and child development aims to encourage women to work in the public sector.
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Premiered on YouTube, https://t.co/ZUYOSXgmRF , IAS Rakhee Gupta creates magic with her devotional song.
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